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Jonathan GrieveTreehouse Moderator 91,028 Points
My Scene is missing several elements
I've been struggling with importing my assets for the game during this video. The scene does not look the same as the video after 3 attempts at importing the assets.
Is this as compatability issue? Any ideas how to fix it as I feel like I can't continue from here. Thanks :)
Nick PettitTreehouse Teacher
I just tried opening the assets with Unity 5.4.0b22 on Windows 10 with a GTX 970 GPU, and I wasn't able to reproduce the error.
Does it look fine on your desktop? My guess is that your laptop might not meet the minimum requirements for either Unity or for one of the shaders used in Unity's Standard Assets (specifically, the shader used to render the water). Here are Unity's system requirements, but like I said, there may be additional requirements for some of the standard Unity assets that are being used in this project.
There is a slim possibility that there just happens to be a bug in Unity 5.4.0b21 that is now fixed in Unity 5.4.0b22. As a general note, we don't officially support using beta versions of Unity's software for our courses, because they change very frequently and bugs can be disappear and reappear seemingly randomly. We always recommend you use the latest stable version of Unity while learning. If you use a beta version, you're much more likely to encounter bugs like this that could be you, could be us, or could be Unity - hard to say. :)
Matthew Farrell7,215 Points
It says you are in 2D development mode. Sometimes that messes with how files are imported, stored, used and so on. If that is not it, then check and see what version of Unity you are using. Unity is a very fickle beast. You have to make sure you are using the same version that the teacher is using...