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[HUB] Unable to open existing projects when manually loading license and Unity editor exits without the bug reporter.
Unable to open existing projects when manually load license and Unity editor exits without the bug reporter after opening manage license.
Steps to reproduce:
1) Sign out from Hub > Create a new project.
2) Go to Help > Manage License > Manual Activation > Save License Request.
3) Click on Activation URL given in the Hub Manual Activation.
4) Sign in and upload .alf file (which you get from 2nd step) > Next.
5) Unity Plus or Pro > Enter Serial number > Next
6) Download License File and save it.
7) Open Hub > Load License.
8) Upload .ulf file (which you get from 6th step)
9) Close all unity editor.
10) Open Hub and open any existing project.
11) Create new project > Help > Manage License
1) Unable to open existing projects when manually load license.
2) Unity editor exits without the bug reporter
3) Unity editor skin appears personal when the entered key is for pro.
1) The existing project should open.
2) Unity editor should not exit without the bug reporter
3) Editor skin should appear as for pro.
2019.1.0a11, 2019.1.0a10, 2019.1.0a1
Working Fine on:
Environment: Windows, Mac
Note: Unity HUB is mandatory in 2019.1.0a10
Stack Trace: COMMAND LINE ARGUMENTS:
C:\Program Files\Unity 2019.1.0a11\Editor\Unity.exe
Exiting without the bug reporter. Application will terminate with return code 0
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