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  12:28:18  9 April 2007
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Don Reba
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On forum: 12/04/2002
 

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Mod downloads posting rules

• one thread per mod
• only files, change logs, and descriptions should be posted
• only answer a thread to post an update to your mod
• discussions take place in the "Mod discussion" section

Authors, please create discussion threads for your mods and link to them in your download threads. Also, when posting a new mod, please say:

• which version of the game the mod is known to work with
• whether starting a new game is required

Users, feel free to create discussion threads for mods that do not have any and post the links in the download threads.
  13:58:56  9 April 2007
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Foobee
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On forum: 04/06/2007
 

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04/09/2007 14:08:31
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Mod downloads suggestions...

Hello,

Seeing the modding community that already gathers around this great game (it's great, could be nearly perfect... coop? ), and considering the astonishing number of mini-mods already released, not to mention some more involving quality mods in the works... it would be nice to try and keep a not-too-messy 'Mod downloads' section, hence these humble suggestions.

...try to have a meaningful and concise thread title, for example
'Realistic Weaponry Mod [RWMod] - a full weapons, ammo and armor revamp'

...when possible, indicate the currently available version near the top of first post...
>> Current version: RWMod 0.7b

...when possible, give a link to a related thread in 'Mod discussion' forum to avoid
thread pollution with questions, thanks, it-borked-my-computer and such...

...it would also be nice to use 'Modding discussion' for early testing, to avoid a 'Mod downloads' section full of way-too-bugged releases...

...and finally to the readers / downloaders, refrain from posting your questions, comments, gratefulness and other OMGw0WGr34t! here (its a rule that should be insisted on I guess...), use the related thread's link in 'Mod discussion' the original poster might have provided...

Thanks for reading

Greetings
  04:25:46  16 April 2007
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Don Reba
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I think it would be better to let comments stay for a day or so. I'll see how it works.
  00:37:07  19 April 2007
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Proton
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04/19/2007 0:39:01
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Is there any way to change the subject of a thread, like when a mod goes from 1.0 to 1.1?

For some reason I don't see the 'Edit' button on my mod's first post, so I can only edit the changelog by manually creating an edit url.
  00:52:25  19 April 2007
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Don Reba
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You can't. However, I could remove the version number from the title. It would be best to mark new versions by posting in your thread. As a side benefit, threads would then be sorted by last update.
  10:18:57  19 April 2007
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Don Reba
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I think it would be better to let comments stay for a day or so. I'll see how it works.
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It does not work. It only encourages people to make significant posts that should have been posted in the discussion section here.
  10:37:15  19 April 2007
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Ceano
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Is there any way to change the subject of a thread, like when a mod goes from 1.0 to 1.1?

For some reason I don't see the 'Edit' button on my mod's first post, so I can only edit the changelog by manually creating an edit url.
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Isn't it just to delete the old one and make a new release thread.
  13:43:27  20 April 2007
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Don Reba
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When you do this, you break links to your mod. It is just a bad idea to put version number in your thread title.
  15:00:23  13 May 2007
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BallaAce
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Shouldn't this be locked?
  15:14:14  13 May 2007
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Don Reba
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