OK - I did read the README.rtf file, and while its (still) says "You’ll also need the smaller file Unify Basics.guru, which you’ll find in the same zip archive as this READ ME file," the installer never asked me to locate that file. Based on your response then, given that the installer only asked me to locate the one .guru file (Unify Standard Library.guru), is it safe to assume that I have the newer install and that everything installed correctly? I see now when I look in my account that the single library called "Unify Factory Content.guru" is in there, whereas just a couple of days ago when I downloaded it (version 1.07, I believe), there were the two separate .guru libraries - Standard Library.guru and Unify Basics.guru.getdunne wrote: ↑Tue Feb 25, 2020 2:18 pmWe're in the midst of releasing an update, so I'm not sure which version you have. We are moving to a newer setup procedure where the two older .guru files are now "unified" into a single one called Unify Factory Content.
PLEASE read the README.rtf file that came with your installer. It explains that Unify will ask you to locate .guru files one at a time (only one in the latest version, two in earlier versions). DO NOT put them in the Libraries folder. They are basically renamed ZIP files, and Unify will unzip their contents into the correct folders automatically when you select them during the setup procedure.
Sounds like it may be better to just uninstall and reinstall the entire program .