[add-on server] new category ideas

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[add-on server] new category ideas

Post by ForestDragon »

with the addition of the singleplayer/hybrid modifications, It would be reasonable if there were separate categories for them (so far in 1.13.10, MP modifications have their own category, while SP/hybrid mods don't)
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Re: [add-on server] new category ideas

Post by Paulomat4 »

I too think this is a good idea :)
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Re: [add-on server] new category ideas

Post by The_Gnat »

Yes it would be helpful. :) On the other hand the two categories could be combined into a single "Modifications" category. Either way the current category system clearly isn't sufficient with the new (and substantial) addition of SP modifications.
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Re: [interface] new category ideas

Post by Can-ned_Food »

Maybe I have not completely thought this one through, but shouldn't all Modifications be more or less similarly applicable to either CAMPAIGN or MULTIPLAYER modes? Certainly some would be of more use in certain situations than in others, but the only operational difference is the way they are activated …?

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