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Discussion in 'Linux Editor' started by spacepluk, Dec 27, 2018.

  1. spacepluk

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    I'm checking out the Unity ECS examples and if I try to open the "Jobs" menu the editor crashes. Is anybody else experiencing this?
     
  2. Antypodish

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    I don't know if linux is supported, but just out of curiosity, have you installed Jobs, or Entities, from packet manager?
     
  3. spacepluk

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    Yeah, the examples work fine as long as you don't touch the "Jobs" menu.
     
  4. Antypodish

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    It may be a bug related to Unity - Linux, but question is, which version of Unity are you using?
    Did you try report bug, via Unity?

    However, I will ask again, did you install Jobs or Entities? If so which version.
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  5. spacepluk

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    Yes, I tried installing those but it didn't change anything. I'm using 2018.3.0f2.

    There's also a weird dark tint on the editor but only with this project :?

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  6. jooleanlogic

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    Yes, the jobs menu has always crashed for me no matter the version of Unity.
    I've posted a bug report on it here
    Are you on Mint?

    Funnily enough I just encountered the Editor darkening today when I opened my 2018.2 project in 2018.3.0f2. I've been trying to work it out for an hour but have got no idea. It's as if there's a 50% dark overlay over the entire application.
     
  7. spacepluk

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    Arch Linux.
     
  8. Antypodish

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    I think some people has mentioned this issue. Unity did some internal changes, if I recall correctly. It may not necessary Linux related.