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How to install a specific but not latest version of Unity and having available modules recognized ?

Discussion in 'Unity Hub' started by lugduweb, Sep 11, 2019.

  1. lugduweb

    lugduweb

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    Hello, I need to install a specific Unity version : 2019.1.8f1 because it is the latest supported by the SDK of a 3rd party VR headset. Unfortunately it is not possible by default as a 2019.1.14f1 exists.

    If I want to install it with Unity Hub, I can't do it by default and I have to install it by download archive / Unity hub link.
    But installation fails (packages are downloaded but install does not work. Maybe because Unity Hub and editors are located on a second partition of my macbook with a link or maybe not - no idea - tried twice).
    Anyway, if I install those packages manually, the installation works and I can launch the editor, but when I'm in Unity Hub, I don't see the icons of the modules I've installed (Android, IOS, Mac, Windows). I have no option to add those modules or to locate them.
    Can I fix it by modifying a script somewhere to make it recognized by Unity Hub ?

    Best reagards.
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