Rack 2 Version 0. Turns out the latest Unity update changed the way that shaders get packaged up, and some vital shaders weren't being included. This system has to do with the way bondage devices are raised or lowered to accomodate differently-sized characters. Before, each interaction had a hardcoded value, and these hard-coded values tended to fail at extreme size differences. The new system is interaction-agnostic: it reads the performing character's current position to determine whether the apparatus should be raised or lowered, based on how they're squatting, tiptoeing, scrunching or stretching their neck or arms, and a few other similar factors. Changelog: - This build is mostly focused on polishing the interaction reticles for all of the game's body-on-body interactions: making sure they're positioned properly over the interaction point, that they adjust as expected based on the subject's position and the camera angle, and that the player's movements line up with their input pattern.