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public static method ProgressBar(position: Rect, value: float, text: string): void;
public static void ProgressBar(Rect position, float value, string text);

Parameters

totalPosition Rectangle on the screen to use in total for both the control.
value Value that is shown.

Description

Make a progress bar.

Value goes from 0 to 1, where 0 means 0% of the bar filled and 1 means the bar is at 100% fully filled


Progress bar in an Editor Window.

#pragma strict
// Draw the armor and damage with bars in an Editor Window
public class EditorGUIProgressBar extends EditorWindow {
	var armor: float = 20;
	var damage: float = 80;
	@MenuItem("Examples/Display Info")
	static function Init() {
		var window: EditorWindow = GetWindow(EditorGUIProgressBar, false, "DisplayInfo");
		window.Show();
	}
	function OnGUI() {
		armor = EditorGUI.IntSlider(new Rect(3, 3, position.width - 6, 15), "Armor", Mathf.RoundToInt(armor), 0, 100);
		damage = EditorGUI.IntSlider(new Rect(3, 25, position.width - 6, 15), "Damage", Mathf.RoundToInt(damage), 0, 100);
		EditorGUI.ProgressBar(new Rect(3, 45, position.width - 6, 20), armor / 100, "Armor");
		EditorGUI.ProgressBar(new Rect(3, 70, position.width - 6, 20), damage / 100, "Damage");
	}
}
using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;
using UnityEditor;

// Draw the armor and damage with bars in an Editor Window

public class EditorGUIProgressBar : EditorWindow { float armor = 20; float damage = 80;

[MenuItem("Examples/Display Info")]

static void Init() { EditorWindow window = GetWindow(typeof(EditorGUIProgressBar), false, "DisplayInfo"); window.Show(); }

void OnGUI() { armor = EditorGUI.IntSlider(new Rect(3, 3, position.width - 6, 15), "Armor", Mathf.RoundToInt(armor), 0, 100); damage = EditorGUI.IntSlider(new Rect(3, 25, position.width - 6, 15), "Damage", Mathf.RoundToInt(damage), 0, 100);

EditorGUI.ProgressBar(new Rect(3, 45, position.width - 6, 20), armor / 100, "Armor"); EditorGUI.ProgressBar(new Rect(3, 70, position.width - 6, 20), damage / 100, "Damage"); } }

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