Universal Windows Apps don’t accept command line arguments by default, so to pass them you have to call a special function from App.xaml.cs/cpp or App.cs/cpp. For ex., appCallbacks.AddCommandLineArg(“-nolog”); You have to call it before appCallbacks.Initialize() function.
-nolog - Don’t produce UnityPlayer.log.
-force-driver-type-warp - Force DirectX 11.0 WARP device (More info http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg615082.aspx)
-force-gfx-direct - Force single threaded rendering.
-force-d3d11-no-singlethreaded - Force DirectX 11.0 to be created without D3D11_CREATE_DEVICE_SINGLETHREADED flag.
-dontConnectAcceleratorEvent - Disable connecting to
AcceleratorKeyEvent. This may help if you have issues with input in XAML elements. The downside is that Unity cannot handle some keys (for example, the keyboard keys F10, Ctrl, Alt, Tab may have issues in Unity).
-forceTextBoxBasedKeyboard - Use TextBox-based implementation for
TouchScreenKeyboard. Only has an effect on UWP XAML applications. Allows switching to different implementations, in case there are issues with the default one.
For further information about DirectX feature levels, see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ff476876(v=vs.85).aspx)
-force-feature-level–9–1 - Force DirectX 11.0 feature level 9.1.
-force-feature-level–9–3 - Force DirectX 11.0 feature level 9.3.
-force-feature-level–10–0 - Force DirectX 11.0 feature level 10.0.
-force-feature-level–10–1 - Force DirectX 11.0 feature level 10.1.
-force-feature-level–11–0 - Force DirectX 11.0 feature level 11.0.
• 2017–05–16 Page amended with no editorial review