What is it? I can’t get any information about it in a profiler
It just takes almost cpu usage and my mental health too.
It makes fps fall under about 40fps in a VERY SIMPLE GAME EXAMPLE, not to mention about my game project.
What is it? And how to get rid it?
because of not coroutine, simple game example just has player reacted by direction button.
I ran into this problem in one of my projects recently and thought I’d share my solution since there doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of information online about this.
I’m not sure if this problem is specifically related to referencing the Input class or Image class, but here was my solution. In my input manager’s Update method I was calling
Input.GetMouseButtonUp(0) and then executing a block of code. After optimizing that block of code (specifically, I removed a line which was updating an Image color via
Image.color = someColor which seemed to be causing the majority of the performance hit) the UpdateScreenManagerAndInput spikes I was experiencing in the profiler went away and my game’s FPS returned to normal.
I hope that helps you and/or anyone else who is experiencing this tricky problem!
From a “UpdateScreenManagerAndInput & Unaccounted Time” forum thread:
I just so happened to have plugged a
PS3 controller into my MacBook before
this happened. So I unplugged it.
Everything returned to normal.
Try unplugging some USB devices!