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Unity 5.x Cookbook by Chico Queiroz, Matt Smith

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Toggles and radio buttons via Toggle Groups

Users make choices, and often, these choices are either to have one of two available options (for example, sound on or off), or sometimes to choose one of several possibilities (for example, difficulty level easy/medium/hard). Unity UI Toggles allows users to turn options on and off; and when combined with Toggle Groups, they restrict choices to one of the group of items. In this recipe, we'll first explore the basic Toggle, and a script to respond to a change in values. Then in the There's More section, we'll extend the example to illustrate Toggle Groups, and styling these with round images to make them look more like traditional radio buttons.

The following screenshot shows how the button's status ...

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