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  1. I just started fiddling around with this last night and I'm not sure if I'm doing it right. I get the "--addModPath" thing. When I open the Mods folder from the Mods Manager screen, it takes me to the "universal" mod folder. But the mods in the "addModPath" are there. Upon reflection, I guess that's a good way to think about it. The mods in the "universal" mods folder apply to all instances of Vintage Story, whereas the ones in "addModPath" only apply to that particular instance. But I digress. I am trying to run 2 separate versions of Vintage Story - 1.13.4 and 1.14.0. I have set e
  2. With the release of 1.14.0, I'm finally picking this up again. I have installed both 1.13.4 and 1.14.0. Each has a different --datapath set. I click Mod Manager in each and they each report the exact same folder. And there is no difference in the mods listed. I then set --addModPath to be the same as I had set for -datapath. Although Mod Manager still shows the exact same path, 1.14.0 has no additional mods (which is correct) and 1.13.4 does have mods listed (which is also correct). So. Changing --datapath did not seem to have any effect. Changing --addModPath had an effect (in that
  3. First, as an FYI to the Vintage Story team/devs, I found Vintage Story through PaulSoaresJr. I figure it's handy to know where user come from, as far as finding a game/app. Second, <sarcasm>thanks, thanks a lot </sarcasm>, cause I was just really hunting for a game where I have already died And rage quit many many times before even reaching the copper age. I've never stayed with a game this long after dying so much before really progressing. Finally, truly thanks (no sarcasm), I've attempted many times to play TerraFirmaCraft but gave up (also before the copper age usual
  4. I generally like playing multiple saves of sandbox games like Vintage Story, switching back and forth between 2 to 3, sort of round robin style. But I want different things in each save/world. Hence, mod management. With java Minecraft, I use MultiMC. With RimWorld, I use a mod to allow such switching. Does Vintage Story have that ability? Perhaps with a mod? If not, is such a mod possible? Or perhaps Vintage Story devs have it planned for the future? Take care, Melody
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