How can I uninstall unity3d on Mac?
Answer by Mike 3
Jan 06, 2011 at 11:40 AM
Drag the Unity folder from Applications to the trash, along with the shortcut in the dock if you have one. Then empty the trash.
Answer by hexagonius
Mar 31, 2015 at 03:05 PM
Angry Bots Demo:
Launching the app is going to cause a preferences file to be written:
HD/Library/Application Support/PACE Anti-Piracy/License Files/
Recently I removed and install again Unity 5.3.6 on El Capitan and as an adition to Mike 3 and Hexagonius comments I also removed these files:
Also search for Unity and Monodevelop files in finder and remove them as well!
If you have removed all Unity files and installed Unity from scratch and Unity is still crashing opening the your project its possible there is something wrong with the project itself. Try these steps.
first try opening Unity and creating new project (if you are able to create and open new project your Unity is most possibly ok)
zip your project and have back up (make sure you are opening the project in the same Unity version)
open folder with your project and remove everything except "Assets" and "Project Settings" (this will force Unity to reimport all assets)
If it still crashing go to folder "ProjectSettings" and remove "ProjectSettings.asset" (this option helped us but it will remove all information from the edit/project setings/player...all platforms)
if it doesnt work for you try removing files in "ProjectsSettings" one by one and see which one migh be corrupted
Root of this cause in our case was that we are using BitBucket and SourceTree to version control our project between 2 computers. We only track changes in 2 folders "Assets" and "ProjectSettings" by sourcetree with "VisibleMetaFiles". There is always only one user making changes to the project and pushing changes to origin. The other users ressets to this commit and makes changes or adds content. This however maybe a confusion to either computer because there are 2 computers adding changes to the project yet never both at the same time.
THERE ARE NEVER 2 USERS WORKING ON THE PROJECT SIMULTANIOUSLY!
We don't need to work all on the project at the same time and we mainly use version control to keep track on changes, having project in the cloud and always having the option to have latest version of the project.
If you need to work on the project simultaniously in a team READ THIS POST
Hope this helps.
Answer by sophie2two
Apr 04, 2012 at 11:52 PM
Just use a good one-click uninstaller like mackeeper or appzapper! Youc an find an evaluation of those apps in my website; how to uninstall on mac
DO NOT USE MACKEEPER ITS BAD FOR MAC
Answer by MarcinK
May 06, 2014 at 05:24 PM
I don't think this is enough. Unity uses installer package which does more than just place a "Unity" folder in /Applications
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