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Software upgrades are turning points in projects that more than often result in massive loss of time.
The only and best way I know to avoid the disasters is to plan ahead.
I anticipate potential problems with the new Web player.
Due to the proprietary nature of the project I am developing, I am not at liberty to give details.
What I need to know is how can I upgrade to the latest Web player without affecting the current setup?
...provide a way to install side by side (See player 1 and 2 differences below)
...provide a link to the previous Web player
...give clean steps to do/redo/undo the web player installation
If I backup my current Web player files info.plist, npUnity3D32.dll, UnityWebPluginAX.ocx in C:\Users\UnityDev\AppData\LocalLow\Unity\WebPlayer\loader, will I be able to copy them back to reinstate the previous Web player level? Are there any registry keys to manipulate as well? anything else?
Details I can publish - Note: I did not flag the obvious differences.
- Internet Explorer 8.0.7600.16385
- WIN 7 Pro
- Unity Editor 2.6.1f3 31223
Shows from bluegillsstudios in IE add-ons
Again, thank you.
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