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Unity 1.0.3 released

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by Joachim_Ante, Jul 12, 2005.

  1. Joachim_Ante


    Unity Technologies

    Mar 16, 2005
    Unity 1.0.3 is out.
    Please give it a spin before we send out announcements to the news sites.

    Scripting improvements:
    ï It is no longer necessary to specify the type of parameters in event
    handlers inside javascript. Eg. you can now write:
    OnCollisionEnter (collision) instead of OnCollisionEnter (collision :

    Bug fixes:
    ï Worked around a driver bug on GeForce 5200 graphics cards that resulted
    in flickering lights and made text disappear.
    ï Collision events are now sent to scripts attached to colliders with no
    rigid body.
    ï Opening a file in an external editor now works properly when the editor
    application is not running.
    ï Published Dashboard Widgets now get a proper bundle identifier, allowing
    more than one Unity Dashboard widget to be installed at the same time.
    ï Adding scripts using the component menu now works properly.
    ï The installer now asks you to restart the web browser after installation.
    ï The web plug-in is now drawn correctly inside Firefox.
    ï Reported mouse position is sometimes wrong in the web player.
    ï Fixed a crash bug when importing fbx files created with Sketch-up

  2. Ajaxamander


    Jul 5, 2005
    Would it be possible to get bittorrent files for these downloads? It's reasonably big, and since I'm sure we're all clamboring for it at once, it would probably take a serious load off your http servers as well. Plus it's one of those "ligitimate uses" or BitTorrent that people on slashdot are always ranting about. :D

    Just an idea.
  3. David-Helgason


    Unity Technologies

    Mar 29, 2005
    Interesting point, but I'm downloading it with 1.5 MB/sec from our server (which is offsite), so I don't think it's a problem at all for the time being.

    Plus, I love watching the downloads in our access logs.

    If you or anyone else has problems with it, please tell me.
  4. Ajaxamander


    Jul 5, 2005
    Fair enough :). I was getting pretty average-to-slow speeds at first, but now it's up to 73.4k... (stupid Cable sharing bandwidth with neighbors.)