At Moviestorm, we have always looked to making software tools more intuitive to use for the non-technical however the Unity Editor is a very technical tool, but also a fundamental gateway to giving the FirstStage user the flexibility to control what assets they are able to use within the FirstStage tool.
So, for those that are not accustomed to Unity, here is a basic guide to their user interface (UI) as a foundation for our guides.
NB - If the Unity Editor is installed, go to your Start Menu and you should find it under Unity/Unity (version number)/Unity
We recommend that you take advantage of Unity help when stuck, or as a good foundation to developing with FirstStage.
The Unity Editor layout as it may first open
Follow the links to the relevant Unity Manual pages for more information.
If you manage to close a window, you can open them via the file menu toolbar under Window
If you want to dock (embed the window into the UI rather than just floating), hold the floating window by the tab, and drag it onto the tab area of any of the window areas listed.
NB - When you first use the FirstStage window, we would recommend that you dock it for future ease of use.