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Gets custom bounds for the target of this editor.

Use this method to retrieve the Bounds for a custom window derived from the Editor class. This method is always used in conjunction with Editor.HasFrameBounds which either returns true or false, depending on the implementation.

using UnityEngine;
using UnityEditor;

// This example traverses all bones in the hierarchy and calculates bounds for the entire object public class GameObjectEditorWindow: Editor { private bool HasFrameBounds() { // the result of this function depends on implementation // it will most likely be used to evaluate whether bounds // can exist for the targets of this Editor Window return Selection.objects.Length > 0; }

public Bounds OnGetFrameBounds() { Transform bone = Selection.activeTransform; Bounds bounds = new Bounds(bone.position, new Vector3(0, 0, 0)); foreach (Transform child in bone) bounds.Encapsulate(child.position);

if (bone.parent) bounds.Encapsulate(bone.parent.position);

return bounds; } }