Please watch this 30 seconds video and don't confuse Unity3d (the world-leading creation engine) with Unity (the default desktop environment of Ubuntu 16).
I put the shortcut of VSC, but I have to put an argument (e.g. : "$(File)"). I copy-pasted the location of the VSC, but when I try to open a script (e.g.
TriggerChecker.cs), VSC opens but the script doesn't appear.
The only way to edit the script is to open VSC and add the project folder, the I have to search the script in the whole project folder. Watch this video to see how I need to search the script. I want to make Unity3d to show directly the script, because when my project will become bigger, it would be easier for me to edit scripts without searching them. As far as now, I only have one argument for VSC ("$(File)") that is ("$(/usr/share/code/code --unity-launch )"). This is the path to VSC's shortcut.
Could you help me solve this issue?