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    Version 1.8.6

    41,317 downloads

    Experience famous restored content mod on your mobile device. Install instructions: Both iOS and Android place all files in a folder called ‘mods_english’ (or ‘mods_italian’, etc.) within a folder called ‘dlc’. So /dlc/mods_english/[all files]/. 1. Unrar TSLRCMMobile 2. dlc folder contains five subfolders, for each language version; feel free to delete ones you don't use. 3. Paste it in the install location: iOS: On iOS, they are placed in iTunes > Apps > Documents, in the same spot that the ‘saves’ folder goes. ANDROID: On Android the files should be placed in /Home/Android/data/com.aspyr.swkotor2/files/ As long as you’ve closed the game from the app switcher before launching with the mod, everything should work as normal." Known issues: new audio files are skipped sometimes. Of course, given "new audio files" mean "Kaevee's VO", one might consider it a feature, not a bug; however, we hope to resolve the problem soon.
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    It's free content, there isn't any reason to release all your stuff without open permissions. The traditions of modding communities in this regard are farcical
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    Hello @AmanoJyaku, There won't be a next time. All the original work that I have produced will never be released in any form. And, unlike what DarthParametric seemed to imply with his post above, there was a lot of original content there, including restoration of unseen material (for the latest WIP of one of the most important part interested people can take a look here) and a considerable number of various improvements, some of which I have even posted here through the years. Of course work was under way. I have been working on this for years. But it was not a rogue operation. My error, for which I apologize(d), was to make a temporary list public before I could gather the new permissions for new mods released by authors that in the past okayed the inclusion of some of their work. A wrong assumption, I realize, but on the other hand, why would someone say "All right" to one and "No" to another? I admit I have thought it was more of a formality than anything else but I have learned the hard way that I should have kept that list private and asked each contributor first. In the end, it would have been shut down anyway because DarthParametric clearly said he would have denied permission for many of the modifications I intended to include and the whole point of this project of mine was to provide the end user with a single modification that would take care of everything, making sure possible mod conflicts were properly removed, working with the original material for proper integration. I am left wondering what kind of harm could I ever have caused to anyone by making something available to the community which I believed had value, by properly crediting every and each author, by going as far as including the original modification Read Me when available. Perhaps someone can be so kind to explain it to me. Well, I am sorry about that but there was nothing I could have done to make it happen anyway. I have been asked for permission to use my material sometimes both in public and in private, I contributed (being also credited) to the K1 Community Project and I am still doing it. I have never denied permission nor did I ever ask for being credited (although it is nice when that happens) for anything I created. My main mistake has been to believe that fellow modders of this community who have known me for years shared the same philosophy and trusted me enough to not harm any of them by releasing something that I have since inception identified as a Community Project. Life goes on and I hope there won't be any bad blood left. Happy new year!
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    So apparently using a Plasma Torch on the thorium charges footlocker isn't a very good idea, nearly killed me with like 64 damage.
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    Hi Salk, Thanks for raising this mod again here. I notice you're currently planning to include four of my mods in your compilation, namely: - Korriban Academy Workbench 2.0 - Holocron Icon Replacement - Hi-Res Beam Effects 2.0 - [KotOR] Mandalorian Battle Blades 2.0 Thanks to the recent reappearance of the Lucasforums archive, I've been able to check through my old LF inbox. So I can now happily confirm that I gave you permission to use the Korriban Academy Workbench mod. However, you appear to have only ever asked for permission for this one mod, and not for any of my other mods. The other three mods of mine you mention there also make an explicit requirement for permission to be asked before you can upload them or publish a mod deriving from them. For the Holocron Icon Replacement and Hi-Res Beam Effects, this part of the disclaimer section of the readme reads: Use it how you like, but if you're going to post it up somewhere, or make a derivate mod, or use it in another mod, you must ask me first. For the Mandalorian Battles Blades, it reads: This mod, or any derivate or part thereof, may not be uploaded to any website, ftp, server, or as part of a torrent, except with the expressed permission of the author. I'm rather disappointed that you appear to have taken advantage of my good will like this. I think, at the least, you should remove my mods from the collection in this mod, and any other you've assumed you had permission for under a similar premise.
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    Like the other person I have to say, thank you. Something I always wanted but never though would happen to this game. Means a lot
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    I had my doubts about this mod, since the mod page doesn't display the changes made, and since I didn't want to download the whole thing to read the readme file, for whatever reason. Also because due to the great scope of this project, if I didn't agree with some of the changes, I'd either be stuck with them or not install the mod at all. Luckily, the authors recently provided a link to the mod's GitHub page, where all the changes are listed. And there's a ton of them. A ton. Not only that, but a multitude of fixes are actually numbered, and there's usually a link to the affected files when the issue is closed, where the changes.ini is provided. This means that at least some of the changes can be reverted, if so desired, by locating them in Override and removing them. Now, with all that said, the great majority of these fixes are 24 karat goodness. Facing issues, pathing issues, bugged quests... you name it. The companions' facing issues alone would already merit their own mod, and DarthParametric's magic hand performs UV mapping and clipping improvements to heads that needed them badly. Most of what is being offered here goes beyond appearance and UTC improvements, and are worth it. And while half of these fixes are unique to this mod, the other half is a compilation of mods made by a variety of authors, presented in a neat package. The K1CP basically fixes all the stuff that would make you go "oh well, it's a video game, after all". It really is impressive.
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    Yeah, @InSidious could have just said "no, piss off" and risked looking like a selfish jerk. But they chose to explain why they were telling @Salk to stop. Next time, Salk will be more careful to respect the traditions of the mod community since they have a clear explanation of what they did wrong. I looked at the ModDB page, Salk was beyond talking and work was under way. Worse, they gave the impression they were working with all mod authors. A lot of people who were looking forward to this release are going to be let down.
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    Agreed. You DO NOT post a public list of mods you say you have permission to use when you never asked. That's an outright falsehood, whatever terms you want to wrap it in. I'm not sure what your plan was, "working hard for years" on a project bundling other people's mods without asking first. Maybe you thought it more likely to succeed if you asked for forgiveness rather than permission. Maybe you thought permission for one mod applied in perpetuity to everything else a modder created. But pretty much all of my mods in that list I would never have given permission for in the first place, if you had actually bothered to ask. And the ones I did give permission for was nearly three years ago for a project I thought was long dead. Maybe that part was crossed wires. But so that it is clear to you, I will be unequivocal now. Any former permissions from me, real or imagined, are hereby withdrawn. You do not have permission to use any of my mods in this or any other project. Remove my mods and my name from any public list/material immediately. This is non-negotiable, so don't bother PMing me about it. I would suggest that you take the entire list down and contact all the other authors involved for their permission before proceeding any further. Maybe some of them will let you off the hook.