How do you incorporate Tag strings into a scripts editor found in the inspector?
What it is I'm babbling about: When you create a
public GameObject fooObject in a script, it shows up as a box that can have Game Objects dragged onto in its editor. It also has a small clickable dot that shows every Game Object that could be selected.
Now, say I have a
public string fooString that would specifically be used for referencing the Tag strings of Game Objects (such as
if (fooObject.tag == fooTag) or another use). Is there a way to define that string so that in the script's editor it strictly allows tag names to be used with it? I'm assuming with a similar clickable dot or a drop down menu of every selectable tag.
Although I could just manually type my string, a solution like the one above would have big object-orientated advantages. For example, if I was to change the name of this tag, it would change the string variable accordingly, as if the variable was a reference to such tag.
[Note to the moderators: I looked for an answer to this question for nearly 2 hours now to no avail. I understand that I may be missing some specific wrong word choice, in which case this question easily could have already been answered here. If this is closed as a duplicate, then, a quick comment explaining my mistake would be greatly appreciated.]