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#1 nerdenstein

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Posted 07 February 2016 - 02:15 AM

So I've just completed my playthrough of KOTOR 2 with the TSLRCM mod via the fantastic new Steam Update!

 

During my time playing, I have managed to accumulate a rather large mod list.

 

My question I propose to your fine selves: do I install M4-78 via Steam workshop and if so, do I point all my other mods to the TSLRCM or M4-78 folders? I'm told it is a little ill advised to install lots of mods through Workshop at the minute.

 

Or, should I stick to installing M4-78 using the .exe file?

Will this cause issues with mods like Handmaidens 4 Females etc.

 

If you want to see my modlist, I've written a doc of the mods in the order *I have so far* had success with. But then, what do I know?


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#2 Sith Holocron

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Posted 07 February 2016 - 02:36 AM

Listing your mods would indeed be helpful. Please include links with each mod.

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Here are my mods. Please rate and leave some feedback if you've liked any of them in your game!

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#3 nerdenstein

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Posted 07 February 2016 - 03:06 AM

I'll do that, but I'll have to go back and grab the links!

So far, I've installed M4-78, Extended Enclave, Azgath N'Dul's Tomb, Handmaiden 4 Females and Jedi Temple - Coursant.

These have all gone into the TSLRCM workshop folder.

 

I had one issue with Azgath N'Dul's Tomb not finding the lips/localisation.mod (which I solved by copying the localisation.mod file from the base games folder into the /lips/ folder. Please tell me if that's incorrect procedure, I'm unsure if, when launching KOTOR 2 via Steam that the workshop will pick that file up).

 

And now I've had an issue installing Jedi Temple so I've gone no further. https://www.dropbox.... Error.PNG?dl=0


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#4 Kexikus

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Posted 07 February 2016 - 10:05 AM

What you did with Azgath N'Dul's Tomb should work.

 

The errors thrown by the Jedi Temple installations are caused by conflicts with M4-78 EP. What you need is this compability patch. The order of installation is M4-78, then Jedi Temple (ignoring the errors) and then the compability patch. But read the patch Read-Me to make sure you do everything right :)



#5 nerdenstein

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Posted 07 February 2016 - 12:32 PM

Oh silly me!
I have got the compatibility patch but because the errors put me off, I wanted to make sure!

Thank you!
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