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Install 2018 without Visual Studio For Mac.

Discussion in 'Unity Hub' started by fuzzygoat, Feb 27, 2018.

  1. fuzzygoat

    fuzzygoat

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    Hi, in previous versions of the Unity Hub I could tick off Dev Tools, Visual Studio For Mac when installing a new beta build, is this still possible? I am using VSCode (which is already installed and setup), so I don't want to start adding extra things that I don't need.
     
  2. joeksy

    joeksy

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    Hi @fuzzygoat,
    In Unity Hub 0.13.0, we automatically detect if Visual Studio is installed. If it is disabled and checked, it means we detected as installed.
    It will also mark as "installed" under download size.
    Hope this help
     
  3. rahuxx

    rahuxx

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    Sorry, Did not want to make another post so writing here.
    With 2017.1 B9 Unity Hub forcing VS installation. I am not able to deselect it.
    I am on Windows 10 though.
     
  4. afshinity

    afshinity

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    I guess you mean 2018.1 B9 right?
     
  5. Stardog

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    Can't deselect VS with 2018.1b9... It reads 'installed', when I actually use 2010 Express.

    Space available count is also wrong.
     
  6. joeksy

    joeksy

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    Hi,
    With the Visual Studio disable and checked, it means that we detected you already have Visual Studio installed, thus the "installed" label under the download size.
    The Visual Studio will not download and install if we detected it.

    Sorry for any confusion this may cause
     
  7. Rennan24

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    Yeah I was also confused about this :confused: It might be better if it's unchecked instead of checked when it is already installed so that it doesn't seem like it's going to upgrade / reinstall visual studio.
     
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