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PxCloth::setExternalAcceleration() not allowed
When I hit play in Unity, Unity freezes and I get the following error (2x) in the console:
[Physics.PhysX] Call to PxCloth::setExternalAcceleration() not allowed while simulation is running.
I'm running this on an HTC Vive which runs games successfully. Odd behavior: it consistently happens on a cold start (~4x fails) - when I open SteamVR and then hit play it fails every time. However, when I already had SteamVR open and try, it worked (1x success).
Downgrading from version 5.6 to 5.5 of Unity seems to have done it.
Alec Justice14,089 Points
Running into the same issue even after Unity's recent patch that was supposed to fix it. Installing 5.5 this afternoon to try it out.