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Fixed in 2018.3.X
Unity 2018.2 does not pick up that it needs to update the manifest from 2018.1 if project downloaded from Collab
1. Make a NEW project in Unity 2018.1
2. Enable Collaborate
3. Add a package (for example, Post Processing Stack)
4. Commit to Unity 2018.1
5. Delete the project locally
6. Open Unity 2018.2.0f2 and download the project from the cloud.
- no warnings that you're opening the project with a newer Unity version
- errors in regards to missing packages
- Package Manager window cannot be opened
- manifest.json only has that one Post Processing package in it (compared to the large number of required packages for Unity 2018.2)
Workaround: Download the project with Unity 2018.1 and save it locally and then proceed to upgrade it to Unity 2018.2
Second workaround: Use Help -> Reset Packages to Default
Regressed version: Unity 2018.2.0b8
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