Paths

In Easy Save, a path points to a particular piece of data. For example, we might use a path to tell Easy Save where to save something, or where to load something from.

We can also add Parameters to the end of paths to specifying settings.

A key identifies a single piece of data, and is used in the same way as keys in PlayerPrefs.

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This specifies a file, which you can save a single piece of data to, or multiple pieces of data using Tags.

If you just specify a filename, it will save that file relative to Easy Save’s default save location.

You may also specify an absolute path, which must begin with either a Windows drive letter (C:/) or a slash (/ or \).

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This specifies a folder, in which you can save data. You can have relative or absolute folders, in the same way you can relative and absolute files.

A folder path must end with a slash (/ or \).

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A URL is used when saving and loading from web using ES2Web.

A URL path must begin with http:// or https://.

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