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Docs.unity3d.com down

Discussion in 'Documentation' started by BennyTan, Nov 12, 2018.

  1. BennyTan

    BennyTan

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    Hi, I can't seem to access the documentation at the moment. It seems to be down according to a number site checkers as well. Any idea when it will be back up?

    Update:
    Nvm, just realised they shifted to unity.com instead. Time for everyone to change their bookmarks!
     
    Last edited: Nov 12, 2018
  2. ChanceEncounter

    ChanceEncounter

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    Don't delete this thread. I've been thinking it was down for hours, and never would have noticed if I hadn't seen your edit just now.
     
  3. orb

    orb

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    Yeah, leave it up. Sometime a few hours ago all subdomains under unity3d.com stopped working. Would have been nice to get a banner in advance on the forum, because every shortcut link I have goes to the old domains :)
     
  4. BennyTan

    BennyTan

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    yeah! Would be good for them to at least make this change known more prominent! From what i know, they always wanted unity.com but someone else was using it so they had to settle for unity3d.com. good to know that they finally managed to get it.