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Yes, as long as you're using the relative TextMeshPro's component. Text Animator works with both UGUI and world TextMeshPro components.
Short answer: yes, but it doesn't depend from Text Animator at all.
If you have a text that contains a rich text tag, it must have the same layout in the translated Language (example “hello <shake> how are you?”, should be translated to “ciao <shake> come stai?”).
Then, you can simply call "textAnimatorComponent.ShowText(translatedText);".
(This localization process also applies to any other game/project [...])
Yes! Behind the scenes TextAnimator only moves the mesh, but it's TextMeshPro that generates it. TMPro supports RTL text (you can enable it from the component's inspector), and consequently so does TextAnimator.
You can discover which third party plugin is already integrated with Text Animator by reading here.
You can discover which Unity versions are supported by reading here.
Yes! Disappearance effects are available from version 1.3.0 and up.
An effect is applied from the moment you open its tag.
"<shake>hello" will already have the word "hello" shaking from the moment you type the '>' character.
No, TextAnimator only shows effect at Runtime.
Sure, you can delete the plugin's example folder if you don't need it.
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