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Peek doesn't show me missing scripts in prefabs

Mark McCorkle 3 weeks ago updated by Hasan Al Salman (Community Manager) 2 weeks ago 5
Hey team -- first off -- I just dropped a review on the asset store with a bundle of feature requests and little keyboard UX things I'd love for you to consider -- but this is a bug report.  Still love the tool and just want you guys to get better and better!

Unity 2018.4.13f1
Windows 10

## Bug Synopsis
I opened a project with prefab which points to a missing script. When I go into that prefab to try and assign the script, peek doesn't show the missing one in any way.

A quick video showing me reproducing the bug:

The bug  presents in this project, but I bet would happen in any project where the script is missing:


## What happened
I was stuck in a loop of "you can't edit this prefab because of missing script" but I couldn't see the missing script.  

## What I expect to happen
Peek to show me the missing script in some way 
-- or -- 
give me the easy option to remove / replace the script upon its discovery
Unity Version:
Peek Version:

I discovered that the Ludiq menu does have a "fix missing scripts" option -- but since nothing prompt me to do this, this bug still stands :-)  

Under review

Dear Mark, 

Thank you for your bug report. May I move this to our public forum with your permission?

Kind regards,

Hasan from Ludiq

Sure.  Anything to help make peek more awesome :-) 

+1

Hey Mark,

I have tried reproducing the bug with the zip file you sent me. Here is what I did:

1- Downloaded the zip
2- Imported the latest version of Peek 
3- Placed a checkpoint in the scene.
4- Deleted the checkpoint script from the project (in order to have a missing script)

Once I reproduced this, I checked the Object toolbar and found that it showed that I was missing a script. You can see this in the screenshot below: 



Please let me know if I am missing something and make sure to update to the latest version of Peek. If you have new repo steps for me it would be easier to present them in a numbered list. 

Kind regards,
Hasan from Ludiq