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FusionFall Name : Oli Zombieweasel Level : 36 Posts : 13309 Join date : 2011-11-19 Age : 24 FF Location : Elysium
Subject: Re: OpenFusion (FusionFall Server Demo) Mon Aug 24, 2020 10:30 am
There's a video somewhere on how to do it. Look it up, it'll be somewhere. But how I did it was clicking on the installUnity.bat file first. Might need to also click on the UnityWebPlayer application too. But after that, you should be golden!
There's also been updates almost every day since OpenFusion came out, gradually patching the original's broken code. Since then, we've had NPCs, working Nanos, items (which you'll need a command for, but alas, I do not know how to do item commands), and missions. Although the missions don't work. Accepting one freezes the game, and there's no enemies anyway. Don't think you can enter Infected Zones via warp pads yet either still...
I'll make an update post when the game's a week old so
Today is a good day for science! Success! OpenFusion is working for me now.
In case anyone else has the same problem, I fixed it by doing this:
There is a folder called WebPlayer (it's in OpenFusion 1.1 > FreeClient > WebPlayer) just copy the file contents that's inside the WebPlayer folder and paste it into C:\Users\(your username)\AppData\LocalLow\Unity\WebPlayer
If that doesn't work, try uninstalling unity web player before pasting.
For some reason the files installUnity.bat and UnityWebPlayer.exe were not doing the job (of pasting the WebPlayer files exactly). Maybe it's a folder or system permissions problem. At least OpenFusion works now.
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