Unity usually always brings it to the table with their updates but sometimes they miss a few things. The MonoDevelop 4 is shiny but has one serious problem with the basics, at least on OSX. This is code folding! At first, code folding looks great. I do like the ability to fold “if” statements, but after I update something, all hell breaks loose and I can’t fold anything anymore. My workflow relies on folding to help me navigate code (as I think it is so with a lot of other devs). So here are some steps to get back to the old version of Mono. I am on OSX Mavericks, on a mac book pro BTW. I am not sure if yall PC people have the same issue, but then you are probably using VS.
Dual Install Unity
Most people don’t know, but you can have multiple versions of unity on your machine. First, uninstall all your Unity instances. Next, do an install of Unity 4.2.2 (anything that is before 4.3). Once you have done this, rename your unity folder. I just rename it to “Unity 4.2.2”. Now install teh latest version of unity. So now, you have both versions of unity installed on your machine. The folders are “Unity” for the current and “Unity 4.2.2” for 4.2. Make sure update your shortcuts in your dock.
Link To The Old Mono
In the current install of Unity, open the Unity preferences and go to External Tools (Unity->Preferences->External Tools ). There, select “External Script Editor” and “Browse…” to open…