My Tiger Woods game was not responding to mouse clicks (oddly just for taking a shot - otherwise it was fine, but taking a shot is kind of key!), so I decided to re-install UnityWebPlayer. THe d/l seemed ok, and I clicked Run. Not much happens - a messsage would be good there, but I digress.
I restarted the game, and in the new window, where Unity was normally loading, I got "Unity Web Player" Install now!" Selecting that started the installation, but I get Unity Web Player - Installation Failed" message.
I've tried re-booting, clearing cache, re-downloading but same result. The UNity webpage reports "Unity Plugin version: undefined and Unity Engine version: undefined".
Any ideas? "
Answer by dzone_adm
May 18, 2011 at 08:36 AM
Randomly my game came up with "Unity web player install now!" so i clickexd on it and everytime it said instilation failed. Any Ideas what to do now?
Answer by Richard 6
Nov 09, 2010 at 02:37 PM
Ok - it seems sorted. I guess Unity Web Player doen't re-install over itself very well!! (If it's a known problem, why doesn't the Install process simply do an uninstall first??)
Via Windows, I completely uninstalled the player, then tried the install. This time successfully.
And this sorted my mouse-click problem too.
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