[MAC-Steam] [0.80.00][Physics] Watch/status out of POV when inspecting

When pressing to view the watch its out of sight. tried different settings and reinstalling.
Other users on reddit have reported the same problem on macbook.


yes, I have been trying for two days now. The watch doesn´t work.

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Also dealing with the same issue. Here is a video representation from reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/strandeddeep/comments/nssahr/i_cant_see_my_watch_it_just_goes_past_my_face/

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This appears to be an issue with Unity on M1 Macs. I don’t have an M1 Mac available, so can’t repro this issue.

I’ve updated some libraries and updated to the latest LTS Unity version to see if they’ve addressed the issue.

I’ve uploaded a new build to the ‘staging’ branch. Please try it and let me know.

Thanks for the video. I’m just waiting for some M1 instances to free up and I will investigate as soon as I can.

Any updates on this issue?

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Same issue here. Any news? Anything that helps tracking it down?

Hi there! I just purchased the game and am having this issue on my M1 MacBook Air on MacOS 11.5.2 (Big Sur).

I really want to play the game - I’m excited by the concept and the graphics look amazing but it doesn’t seem achievable without being able to view the watch.

Is there an update for this issue?

@Sam I saw on the Steam Community thread (link below) that you (a) were interested in knowing if any mods were in use and (b) suggested there may be an issue with which version of the Unity libraries are in use.

For item “a”, I am running the game with no mods and downloaded from Steam for the first time last night (2021-08-27). For item “b”, how do I find out which Unity libraries the game is using so I can provide those details to you?

Please let me know if there’s any other information I can provide to aid in debugging this issue.

Link to the Steam Community thread I mentioned:


P.S. - I switched to the staging branch so I am available to test any new builds. I’ve confirmed that the watch issue is still currently present.