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What is the solution to resolve the error message 'Unable to parse Build' in a WebGL build?

asked 2022-08-10 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2022-02-16 23:00:00 +0000

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There are several potential solutions to resolve the error message "Unable to parse Build" in a WebGL build:

  1. Check for Syntax Errors: The error message can be caused by syntax errors in the code. Check the console log for any syntax errors and resolve them.

  2. Clear Cache and Cookies: Clear your cache and cookies before testing the WebGL build again. This can help to resolve issues caused by outdated or corrupt data stored in the browser.

  3. Update Software: Make sure that all software used to build the WebGL project is up to date. This includes the Unity engine, graphics drivers, and web browser.

  4. Check File Structure: Review the file structure of the WebGL build and ensure all necessary files are included and in the correct place.

  5. Increase Memory Allocation: The error message could be caused by insufficient memory allocation for the WebGL build. Try increasing the memory allocation by updating the settings in the Unity editor.

  6. Use a Different Browser: Some web browsers may not support WebGL or may have limitations that cause issues with WebGL builds. Try using a different browser to see if the issue is resolved.

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