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Is .Mac a good idea for posting Unity tests to?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gsnyder, Dec 19, 2005.

  1. gsnyder

    gsnyder

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    Hi everyone,

    Since 1.2 is around the corner, I'm at the point where I want to start posting web players of my works-in-progress. I'm wondering: Is .Mac a good provider to use for a small-scale test? Or are there other recommendations out there?

    Thanks,
    Gary
     
  2. guategeek_legacy

    guategeek_legacy

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    Not sure .mac will work at all. You have to add a MIME type of .unityweb to your server to alow web applets to work corectly and I dought that you have that kind of control with .mac. Jeff
     
  3. socksy

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    You do? It worked on Zen with absolutely zilch modifications to anything on the server, with no changes to the server allowed.

    All I did was upload the plugin file, and the HTML file and the HTML file runs it, but not the .unityplugin

    I'm sure .mac will be fine.
     
  4. guategeek_legacy

    guategeek_legacy

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    Well then ;) guess the trick would be to try it out. Jeff