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Discussion in 'EditorXR' started by Virtualsweden, Dec 15, 2016.
Cannot login to Asset store, works fine in regular Unity version
same thing for me
Thank you for trying EditorVR, and bringing this issue to our attention.
We've confirmed this issue on our end as well. We'll look into a fix.
+1. Not working for me either.
Agh, what a bummer. Been waiting ages to try out EditorVR and I can't download the asset. Hope you can get this sorted out ASAP. Can't help but notice that every other person who has had this issue in the last few years has been ignored entirely on the forums. That's a bit disheartening.
The links below will allow you to download both the experimental build of the editor(required by EditorVR), and the EditorVR package itself.
EditorVR Experimental Build of Unity
EditorVR Unity Package
This post at the top of the thread linked below has additional links relating to install & setup of EditorVR
Thanks for the tip, dylanu! Was able to get it into the project and things are looking good. I appreciate the links!
This is the issue I ran into. No Asset Store means no SteamVR plugin. Quick workaround is to use another version of Unity to download it into a project and then either open that in the experimental version or just copy the directory from your Assets directory.
FYI, Unity saves all of your AssetStore downloads in your user's AppData. So if you've already downloaded SteamVR, it'll be in
%APPDATA%\Roaming\Unity\Asset Store-5.x\Valve Corporation\Scripting
Any further word about progress in resolving access to the Asset Store, it is a real showstopper in terms of basic functionality?
Same for me.
I was able to import steam vr form the dir mtschoen pointed out.
Connected to Asset store in EditorVR version. Downloaded SteamVR plugin and imported
The Windows 10 Firewall needs to be set private public for the file with details C:\program files\unityvr\editor\unity.exe
Hopefully see attached Windows Firewall entry, if not create one