Once the user has logged into Taken Charge
for the first time using the Safari browser and watched the introductory videos, a screen
like this might appear. The Unity Web Player must be installed in order for the Taken Charge
came to run. Click on the “Unity Web Player Install Now” button in the middle of the
screen. You will see that Safari has downloaded the Unity Web Player installation file to
the “Downloads” folder of the Mac. Easiest way to access this installation file is by
clicking on the “down arrow in a circle” button in the upper right corner of the screen.
Click on the arrow button, showing the “webplayer” installation file. Double click on this file,
and after a loading screen, a Unity folder will appear with the “Unity Web Player”
installation file. Double click on the box icon and a message box will appear notifying
that the Unity Web Player will be installed. Click the “Continue” button, read the
Software License Agreement, and when done, click the “Continue” button. A new message
box will appear asking if you agree with the License Agreement, click the “Agree” button.
The next screen asks if you are ready to install the file, click the “Install” button.
When the installation is complete, you will see a green checkmark on the screen. Click
the “Close” button and close out the “Unity Web Player Installer” window by pressing
the red circle in the upper left part of the message box. You should notice that the loading
bar has replaced the white box from before, indicating that the Unity Web Player has been
successfully installed. Once the Taken Charge loading bar has completed, a “Play Now”
button appears. Click the “Play Now” button, and then click once more on the gaming screen,
so you will be able to control Siri and move her around with the arrow keys. You have successfully
installed the Unity Web Player in the Safari browser! That concludes this Unity Web Player Install
Guide. If you have any further questions, please visit playtakencharge.com/support