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May 26, 2015, 01:00:22 AM
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Is there a possible way to mod furniture?
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May 26, 2015, 11:23:42 AM
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Thumb up!

I suggest that you put dependencies and less server load(does a softwareremover need 340 server load?).
If you want to, you can put more features in.
But for your first mod I really say: I like it!

Ps.: If you want you can also name the folder like "CarsensModv0.01" and change the number of the version for each update.

May 26, 2015, 03:01:11 PM
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Thumb up!

I suggest that you put dependencies and less server load(does a softwareremover need 340 server load?).
If you want to, you can put more features in.
But for your first mod I really say: I like it!

Ps.: If you want you can also name the folder like "CarsensModv0.01" and change the number of the version for each update.


😕I was hoping that dependencies weren't needed, because that is one of the only things that I don't know how to do, could you email me a tutorial or something about dependencies? And a question about the server load, I did contract work and got to 100 percent goal and clicked develop, and another task came up, it was 100 percent too, but I couldn't click it or anything... But anyway, thanks!
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May 26, 2015, 05:14:25 PM
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If you don't received my PM:

You don't need dependencies for your mods, but they make the mod a bit more interesting.

A Dependency is always the name of the Softare and than the Feature in it that your new Software needs.
So example:
<Dependency Software="Browser">Basics</Dependency>

In the first <> you write 'Dependency Software="TheNameOfTheNeededSoftware"
Than you write the feature that you want that the new software has to have
and than </Dependency> to end the dependency

examples:
<Dependency Software="Operating System">GUI</Dependency>

<Dependency Software="Visual Tool">Image editing</Dependency>

Ps: See that you write large and lower case in the right way, if not, it doesn't work.
And the name of the software is always the name that you gave it in the .xml file! Not the file name itself.