El_Condoro wrote:Just a warning for modders using this utility. Hopefully no-one else will be as stupid as I have been but an anecdotal warning:
The application copies the files from the folder structure into the game folder structure when a mod is enabled. If you are working on scenarios or, like me, a campaign with multiple scenarios and briefings and pzloc files edit the files in the folder where they are copied from and not in the game folders. I made a heap of changes to briefing and other files for my campaign in the normal data\briefing folder. Then I disabled the campaign mod and re-enabled it - all the old, unedited files overwrote the new, edited files. I was not a happy chappy.
jaggy wrote:Hi, All
I'm would like to install "Mannocks Campaign Map Pack" using JSGME. After unzipping Mannocks Map Pack, two folders are created "Briefings" and "Data". Do I now create a new sub-folder "Mannocks Campaign Map" (as an example) in JSGME's "MODS" folder? If yes, should I drag-and-drop Mannocks "Data" folder into "MODS/Mannocks Campaign Map"? And should I then drag-and-drop Mannocks "Briefings" into "MODS/Mannocks Campaign Map/Data"?
Do I need to copy all other campaign missions "pzbrf", "pzscn", "campaign.pzdat" & "equipment.pzeqp" from the Panzer Corp folder into the "MODS/Mannocks" folder? Thanks in advance. I'm new to modding and I don't want to mess up the mod installation. Thanks again.
dshaw62197 wrote:The GME program is a wonderful tool. I've been using it to play three separate mods without fear of accidentally losing or overwriting any important files. Thanks for spreading the news about it here on the forums.
I, too, have several mods going on and the GME handles them all very well. Only problem I had was with saves. Had to make sure I used the description portion of the Save File so I could tell the campaigns apart and not have the wrong mod loaded. Not the GME's fault, just mine for having so many concurrent campaigns going on.
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