Unity not saving to Json file anymore?

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Hey Community,

I have a question about C# and Unity.

For my options menu I wrote a script with C#, that worked fine for a while.

My problem is to let unity write a .Json file into the LocalLow folder. At first everything went fine and there occurred no errors, but now the file is only generated completely empty. I didn't change anything in the script and Visual Studio doesn't show any errors to me, so I have no clue what is wrong.

As I'm only a beginner, I hope anyone of you guys can find what I messed up and give me some advices.

Code for the GameSettings

using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using UnityEngine;

public class GameSettings
{
//all variables assigned to their class.
public bool fullscreen;
public float musicvolume;
public float audiovolume;
public int difficulty;
public bool subtitles;
public int Language;
public int vsync;
public int texturequality;
public int resolution;
public float gamma;
public int antialiasing;
public bool autosave;
}

Code for the SettingManager

using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using UnityEngine;
using UnityEngine.UI;
using System.IO;

public class SettingManager : MonoBehaviour
{
//all variables assigned to their class.
public Slider musicvolumeslider;
public Toggle fullscreenToggle;
public Slider audiovolumeSlider;
public Dropdown difficultyDropdown;
public Toggle subtitlesToggle;
public Dropdown languageDropdown;
public Dropdown vsyncDropdown;
public Dropdown texturequalityDropdown;
public Slider gammaSlider;
public Dropdown antialiasingDropdown;
public Toggle autosaveToggle;
public Dropdown resolutionDropdown;
public Button closeButton;

public AudioSource musicSource;
public Resolution[] resolutions;
public GameSettings gameSettings;

void OnEnable()
{

musicSource = GameObject.FindGameObjectWithTag("music").GetComponent<AudioSource>();
gameSettings = new GameSettings();
resolutions = Screen.resolutions;
foreach (Resolution resolution in resolutions)
{
}
}

public void OnMusicVolumeChange()
{
musicSource.volume = gameSettings.musicvolume = musicvolumeslider.value;
}
public void OnResolutionChange()
{
Screen.SetResolution(resolutions[resolutionDropdown.value].width, resolutions[resolutionDropdown.value].height, Screen.fullScreen);
gameSettings.resolution = resolutionDropdown.value;
}
public void OnFullscreenToggle()
{
gameSettings.fullscreen = Screen.fullScreen = fullscreenToggle.isOn;
}
public void OnAudioVolumeChange()
{
AudioListener.volume = gameSettings.audiovolume = audiovolumeSlider.value;
}
public void OnDifficultyChange()
{
//Not Implemented Yet
}
public void OnSubtitlesChange()
{
//Not Implemented Yet
}
public void OnLanguageChange()
{
if (languageDropdown.value == 0)
LocalizationService.Instance.Localization = "English";
if (languageDropdown.value == 1)
LocalizationService.Instance.Localization = "German";
if (languageDropdown.value == 2)
LocalizationService.Instance.Localization = "French";
if (languageDropdown.value == 3)
LocalizationService.Instance.Localization = "Russian";
if (languageDropdown.value == 4)
LocalizationService.Instance.Localization = "Italian";
if (languageDropdown.value == 5)
LocalizationService.Instance.Localization = "Chinese";
}
public void OnVSyncChange()
{
QualitySettings.vSyncCount = gameSettings.vsync = vsyncDropdown.value;
}
public void OnTextureQualityChange()
{
QualitySettings.masterTextureLimit = gameSettings.texturequality = texturequalityDropdown.value;
}
public void OnGammaChange()
{
//Not Implemented Yet
}
public void OnAAChange()
{
QualitySettings.antiAliasing = (int)Mathf.Pow(2, antialiasingDropdown.value);
gameSettings.antialiasing = antialiasingDropdown.value;
}
public void OnAutosaveToggle()
{
//Not Implemented Yet
}
public void OnCloseButtonClick()
{
SaveSettings();
}
public void SaveSettings()
{
string jsonData = JsonUtility.ToJson(gameSettings, true);
File.WriteAllText(Application.persistentDataPath + "/gamesettings.json", jsonData);
}
{
audiovolumeSlider.value = gameSettings.audiovolume;
antialiasingDropdown.value = gameSettings.antialiasing;
gammaSlider.value = gameSettings.gamma;
texturequalityDropdown.value = gameSettings.texturequality;
vsyncDropdown.value = gameSettings.vsync;
languageDropdown.value = gameSettings.Language;
subtitlesToggle.isOn = gameSettings.subtitles;
Screen.fullScreen = gameSettings.fullscreen;
difficultyDropdown.value = gameSettings.difficulty;
resolutionDropdown.value = gameSettings.resolution;
autosaveToggle.isOn = gameSettings.autosave;
musicvolumeslider.value = gameSettings.musicvolume;

resolutionDropdown.RefreshShownValue();

}
}

Hoping for fast help,

SanguineTunic

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Generally, it's best to only post the code that you think is relevant. In this case, that's probably only these lines:

        string jsonData = JsonUtility.ToJson(gameSettings, true);
File.WriteAllText(Application.persistentDataPath + "/gamesettings.json", jsonData);


First, you should use the Visual Studio debugger, or maybe a Debug.Log call, to see if anything is going into that jsonData string. If not, it implies that your GameSettings class isn't serialisable. The docs forToJson say that it "it must be a MonoBehaviour, ScriptableObject, or plain class/struct with the Serializable attribute applied. " I don't see that as being true in your case. You probably need to add that Serializable attribute.

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Hmm, I tested the save section with a debug.Log and it clearly is called when clicking on the apply button.

I don't get what is wrong. It worked like a charm at first! So, thanks for your fast reply. I hope there is a solution to my problem anywhere, as what you mentioned about the missing Serializable attribute didn't help.

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The point of my logging suggest line isn't to see whether it's being called - the point is to log the content of jsonData and see what is being stored in there.

And if you've added the Serializable property, show us what you have now, so that someone might be able to test it themselves.

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Oh, Sorry. Misunderstood that. This is what comes out when I log the content:

<string jsonData = JsonUtility.ToJson(gameSettings, true)>
UnityEngine.Debug:Log(Object)
UnityEngine.EventSystems.EventSystem:Update()

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I now found one possible cause, after starting the game in built mode with development mode active.

When saving it says:

Quote

IsolatedStorageException: Could not find part of the path "C:\users\Sanguine\AppData\LocalLow\SanguineTunic\ProjectName\gamesettings.json"

I don't get why... The path is exactly the same as it should be.

Maybe one of you can find the mistake I made.

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I don't know what you've done with that log line, but you should be able to print the actual content of the string (whereas what you've got there is the line of code, strangely) and see if there's actually any JSON in it. Better still, put a breakpoint in the debugger on that line, and use the debugger to see what is in there.

No idea about the IsolatedStorageException - that might be something worth asking on the Unity forums about.

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Okay, thanks for your help, I'm going to ask someone in the Unity forum.

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