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Great utility but the failure to send Began & Ended events is a bug that needs fixing
This is a very useful utility, but I don't buy the "lag causes us to sometimes drop Began and Ended touch events" excuse. There is no reason to drop these events; in fact, there is *every* reason NOT to. This bug needs to be fixed. If you can't fix it, please make the code open source so we can fix it for you. Thanks.
sorbett on Jun 29, 2012 for Unity Remote 3
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ROX
This is a developer-only application and It's great to be able to see what it looks like on-going!
art4med on Jun 16, 2012 for Unity Remote 3
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How?
How do I use this? Creating an app and I'm trying I test it out but I can't with this app
paul yoo on May 29, 2012 for Unity Remote 3
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Multi-Touch non-functional BEWARE
Given that it's intended as a time-saver and an input device you should overlook the warts - don't think your app is broken- this goodie is unusable if your app needs more than one finger at a time.
Bruce Merritt on Feb 9, 2012 for Unity Remote 3
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What is the IEP adress?
What is the IEP adress?
What is the IEP adress? on Feb 1, 2012 for Unity Remote 3
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Unacceptable performance
This is hands down the worst part of the Unity toolchain. Horrible IO lag even with the remote video disabled. I don't really care about the video quality - but it is not usable with the constant dropped inputs, such as lost touches, stuck taps etc. The version from Unity 1.7 on the iPhone 3G was better than this. On the iPad 2 there is no reason this should have such HORRIBLE performance. To be fair, the accelerometer handling seems to work fine :)
TXRandom on Jan 21, 2012 for Unity Remote 3
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