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Need 2017.4.34f1 back, please

Discussion in 'Linux Editor' started by johnz-at-sinewave, Jan 31, 2020.

  1. johnz-at-sinewave

    johnz-at-sinewave

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    Recently (via UnityHub) 2017 LTS version was upgraded to 36f1 - and it is completely broken on the project I'm working on, to the point of unusable editor. Hierarchy folding doesn't work (I can't unfold the Scene), Inspector layout rendering in the middle of the scene view, and Inspector itself being sized about 150x150 pixels.
    2018 LTS works like a charm, but I can't upgrade unfortunately.
    Interestingly enough, if I nuke the cache folder and reimport the project, everything works fine for that one session - but if I close and reopen, its broken.
    Project I work on is gigantic and reimports take well over 20 minutes, so I can't afford this workflow.

    Previous version (IIRC it was 2017.4.34f1 was working OK - glitchy UI, but still working). I was trying to find a download link, but found none :-\ If someone would provide it, I'd be immensely grateful!
     
  2. Mauri

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  3. johnz-at-sinewave

    johnz-at-sinewave

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    I'm sorry, mistake is totally on my side - I forgot to mention the important fact that I'm running Linux version.
     
  4. Mauri

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  5. johnz-at-sinewave

    johnz-at-sinewave

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    Thank you!
    Unfortunately, I installed it and reimported the project only to learn that it didn't fix the UI :-\
    This means that the error creeped its way into our project somehow, and now I wonder if I'll be able to figure this out, being a single linux dev on the team. Ugh.

    In any case, thanks for your effort, I really appreciate it.
     
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