Unity3D Asset Store web access

If (like me) you’re working behind a proxy and thus cannot access the asset store from Unity3D’s editor (no way to configure any proxy), here is a way to partially deal with it: simply access the asset store from your browser (which must have the proxy configuration set of course) !

Try this: https://kharma.unity3d.com (you will need your unity3d.com credentials)

“Partially” because you will only be able to browse the packages but not to download it 🙁

HTTPS access has been removed and I’ve no other solution 🙁

And by the way, as mentioned in the last unity3D blog post, a bunch of new assets have been added to the Art packages category, check it out!


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5 Responses to Unity3D Asset Store web access
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  2. plaque attack Reply

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  3. bartje Reply

    Hey, if you want to browse the asset store with a webbrowser, change the User-Agent to identify as the Unity internal browser.
    User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) AppleWebKit/533+ (KHTML, like Gecko) Unity/3.5.1f2 (http://unity3d.com)

    For Chrome look here on how to change your User Agent: http://chromesavant.blogspot.com/2012/01/how-to-view-legacy-websites-with-chrome.html

    Then go to https://kharma.unity3d.com and browse away 🙂

  4. Ivan Reply

    Set your HTTP_PROXY and HTTPS_PROXY environment variables in your operating system. Unity will use these environment variables to determine your proxy settings.

    The asset store will work then.

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