Hi all, I am a Unity pro subscriber, I also have iOS and Android pro.
Whenever I start Unity (fresh install) on my brand new iMac (OSX 10.9.3) to work on an existing project, Unity hangs on “Compiling Scripts…” and has to be force quit.
Then when launching Unity with the alt key held I can start a new project. But whenever I create a script, c# or .js, the import spinner in the bottom right spins forever and I am unable to press play and test it. Then if I save and close Unity, then reopen, I am back to it hanging on “Compiling Scripts…” and it has to be force quit again.
I have uninstalled and reinstalled Unity several times, I have wiped every mention of Unity I can see off this Mac, cleared the PRAM and reinstalled and I still cannot get around this issue.
I was running Unity fine on my older Mac Mini before, I cannot understand what is causing this issue!
Here is a screenshot of the logs output:
Also - When I return my Unity licence and quit, if I reopen Unity my Pro licence is still intact as if I had never returned it.
I don’t know if this is relevant, but if I open manage licences and click “Activate new licence” I get a “Moving file failed” error (see below). If I navigate to “/Library/Application Support/” on my Mac there is no “/Unity/” folder let alone a “Unity_v4.x.ulf” file - should there be??
Any help would be really greatly appreciated!
Thanks in advance.
EDIT - I have submitted a bug report. I wonder if this a new bug with v4.5?
EDIT 2 - Still getting this issue, Unity completely unusable on my Mac. Should I do a factory reset of my entire Mac??
EDIT 3 - Can anyone shed any light on this? I’ve exhausted all other methods and I can’t see a support phone number for Unity anywhere - I am a paying customer!!