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Everytime i do import custom unity package file, I alwasy get Messy Folder and files in root of Asset Folder.

Any Idea how to solve this ?

Many Thanks in advance...

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The way I do it is that I always create a new project first where I import the unity package file. I then change the structure of the project as I want it to look in my final project. Finally I select the files i want to export and then i right click on them and choose "Export as UnityPackage", Open your final project and import your newly created Unity package and voilà.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ how to you deal with updating the re-packaged packages ? (if you do update them that is). My guess would be that you would repeat the above procedures with any new version on one or more of the packages. \$\endgroup\$ – Newtopian May 10 at 14:26
  • \$\begingroup\$ Late reply: I am afraid I haven't come up with a much better way of doing it than what you describe. \$\endgroup\$ – Frank S Aug 6 at 8:01

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