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When electric goes out and shuts my project down.

Discussion in 'Editor & General Support' started by Shadowing, Apr 4, 2022.

  1. Shadowing

    Shadowing

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    So last night the electric went off and now Its making me do a full import. Which is going to take 6 hour cause my project is huge.

    Whats the reasoning for that? I do have a compile error too cause i was in the middle of working before I fell asleep.

    Is there something I can turn off to stop these automatic reimports from tripping?
    Talk about slowing my work day today.
     
  2. Kurt-Dekker

    Kurt-Dekker

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    When Unity starts it looks over all available files to decide if it needs to import.

    If something is critically out of place because your computer got shut down, it probably figures that the only safe way to recover is a reimport all. Alternately there could be corruption that it doesn't detect, so I'm sure they just took the most confident way out and reimported all.
     
  3. Shadowing

    Shadowing

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    I think i read some where a few years back there was a way to disable it.
     
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