Version: 2020.1
public static int depth ;

説明

現在実行中の GUI 動作のデプス

Set this to determine ordering when you have different scripts running simultaneously. GUI elements drawn with lower depth values will appear on top of elements with higher values (ie, you can think of the depth as "distance" from the camera).

Note:To see this example working, you will need to create 2 scripts. Remember to name the scripts with the same name as the class names, else it will not work.


One Button behind the other.

using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;

// Makes this button go back in depth

public class Example1 : MonoBehaviour { public int guiDepth = 0; public Example2 example2;

private float buttonX, buttonY;

void Start() { buttonX = (Screen.width / 2) - 100; buttonY = (Screen.height / 2) - 100; }

void OnGUI() { GUI.depth = guiDepth; GUI.color = Color.yellow;

GUIStyle size = new GUIStyle("button"); size.fontSize = 16;

if (GUI.RepeatButton(new Rect(buttonX, buttonY, 200, 100), "Go Backwards", size)) { guiDepth = 1; example2.guiDepth = 0; } } }

そして別のスクリプトにこの例のコードをコピーします

using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;

// Makes this button go back in depth

public class Example2 : MonoBehaviour { public int guiDepth = 1; public Example1 example1;

private float buttonX, buttonY;

void Start() { buttonX = (Screen.width / 2) - 50; buttonY = (Screen.height / 2) - 50; }

void OnGUI() { GUI.depth = guiDepth; GUI.color = Color.green;

GUIStyle size = new GUIStyle("button"); size.fontSize = 16;

if (GUI.RepeatButton(new Rect(buttonX, buttonY, 200, 100), "Go Backwards", size)) { guiDepth = 1; example1.guiDepth = 0; } } }