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  1. Okay, so what you're saying is it did work with TSLRCM and M4-78 9 (separate installations) from the Steam workshop, with the Coruscant temple mod from Deadly Stream? Quick question about the install instructions for the compatibility patch. * If you want to install the expansion, drop the changes.ini from inside here into tslpatcherdata of that mod before installing. This prevents the planet to be called "Finding The HK Factory" Do you know if when he says "expansion" and "that mod" is he referring to the Coruscant Temple mod, specifically? I ask because, I'm a little confused that in this thread there is mention of the base jedi temple mod and something about an expansion, not sure what that is.
  2. Wait a minute, let me get this straight. Are you saying that the compatibility fix does work with Steam version TSLRCM+M4-78EP from the workshop?
  3. Yes, it does work all versions of the game. Again, as long as it's installed to the registry.
  4. Not K1R compatible. Sorry, not what I'm looking for. But thanks anyway. With adding a change to the registry, I think I figured it out though.
  5. Well, if that is true then the other alternative is to use M4-78 from Deadly Stream/Nexus instead, except...........wait for it, M4-78 from those sites installs using the TSL Patcher which doesn't work with the Steam version of the Kotor games, because the Steam versions don't install the appropriate registry entries that the patcher requires!
  6. Do you know where I can find the Kotor 1 Community Patch?
  7. That's possibly because it went in the wrong folder. According to another user, who uses the Steam version, either the temple mod or the compatibility fix (not quite sure which or both?) has to go in the RCM folder. Problem is, I don't know which subfolder that folder is in.
  8. I also have the Steam version of Kotor 2. I installed TSLRCM and M4-78 through the workshop. Can you explain what you mean by everything went in the RCM folder?
  9. Can someone please clarify what these install instructions mean? https://deadlystream.com/files/file/394-coruscant-jedi-temple-compatibility/ I'm running the steam version of the game. I already have installed TSLRCM and M4-78. There is no M4-78EP folder as far as I can tell.
  10. Here are some interesting observations, according to the readme it says, "Alternatively, a secondary installer has been made for convenience. It will not patch the files like the TSL Patcher will, but it should be less of a headache for most users." Hmmm, I'm curious, where exactly is this mysterious secondary installer? It sounds like a way to manually install the mod? I personally checked all the mod files and it seems to be m.i.a. The TSL Patcher has already been a headache, a headache that I would like to be gone!
  11. Well, I tried it. Still doesn't work, same error message. You'd think that mods would come with tech support nowadays?
  12. "Lookup game path" isn't actually there in changes.ini. There are however some options that sound similar to what you are describing. Here is what is actually there: [Settings] FileExists=1 WindowCaption=KotOR 1 Restoration 1.2 ConfirmMessage=You're sure you want to install this? And you DO have a fresh install of KotOR 1, right? LogLevel=1 InstallerMode=1 BackupFiles=1 PlaintextLog=0 LookupGameFolder=0 LookupGameNumber=1 SaveProcessedScripts=0
  13. See that is the thing I've been wondering. In the readme for the K1R Restoration Mod it says, "if you're running the english version, drop this dialog.tlk file (the one that comes with the mod) into the game directory." What the readme failed to explain, is that there already is a dialog.tlk file in the game directory. Should you replace the dialog.tlk file that is already there? Or keep both files in the game directory? And is it the dialog.tlk file that comes with the mod, that the patcher is looking for? Furthermore, I can confirm the Installer.exe file is pointed at the game directory and not the Override folder. swkotor.exe is in that same folder but for some reason, you can't see it. Unless you peruse through that folder outside of the window that is popped up by the Installer. The game directory as seen from the installer only shows a list of folders. Funny story, I was getting frustrated that the Installer wouldn't recognize my game directory, so for the heck of it, I decided to see if it would recognize my Override folder, which it did. But it dumped everything in the Override, which isn't where it's all supposed to go anyway. But at least that worked!
  14. I run a Windows 7 64 bit system, with the GOG version of Knights of the Old Republic. And I can't for the life of me get K1R Restoration mod or any other mod that uses the TSL Patcher to install. I'm directing the Installer.exe file to the game directory, I'm getting the same damn error message every single time, "An error occurred! Error! No valid game folder selected! Installation aborted. (GEN-6)." Before you say it, yes I unpacked the K1R folder from WinRar/WinZip and ran the installer from my desktop, no difference. Same message and yes I also ran the Installer as admin, no difference same error message! What am I doing wrong? Do these mods have to use the TSL Patcher to install? Someone get me a list of what file goes in what folder! Please! This is so infuriating!