Managing Light Sources in the Inspector
The Light Properties tab of the Inspector controls light sources.
The list of light sources in the Inspector contains light sources actually present in the project. Artificial light sources are grouped by floors.
1 – The light source that emulates the sun- or moonlight. It is always present in the list. To turn the light off or on, tap on the sun or moon icon.
2 – A selected lamp. To turn the light off or on, tap on the icon. You can select several lamps to switch them on or off together. A crossed out icon indicates that the light is off.
3 – Settings of a lamp. A lamp can have one or several light sources which can be adjusted independently. It is possible to change the luminosity and color of a light source. Tap on the bulb icon to switch the light on or off.
4 – Show the Environment settings.
1 – The daytime buttons let you set up lighting in the morning, midday, evening or at midnight. The rightmost button lets you set up the time. The daytime option affects the sunlight and sky. See The Daylight Settings for details.
2 – The daytime of your project. You can set here any time you need as an alternative to the predefined time above.
4 – The Cloudiness slider only affects how the sky looks without changing the amount of the sun or moon light.
5 and 6 – The Latitude and Longitude parameters let you set up the geographic location. This information is used to simulate the daylight. See The Daylight Settings for details.
7 – Choosing a timezone from the list by a nearest city is an alternative for inputting the exact Latitude and Longitude.
8 – The North direction parameter lets you set up the direction to north in your project. You can also rotate the compass directly in the 2D view.