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modmerge: merge your Steam/GOG zip based DLC into something Weidu/NearInfinity/DLTCEP can use.



  • ThelsThels Member Posts: 1,163
    @megamike15 Alternatively, you could leave the Steam installation untouched, and have Steam update it automatically. Simply make a copy of the installation to another place on your harddrive, and mod the copy (starting with modmerge on the copy).

  • jasteyjastey Member Posts: 668
    One question: how do I tell an updated (Steam)-SoD game that modmerge should run anew? Modmerge tells the player that it can't run again but the game is not modmerged, or at least the mods he tries to install do not see it.

  • argent77argent77 Member Posts: 2,567
    You could check the following:
    - Does the file "sod-dlc.disabled" or "dlc/sod-dlc.disabled" exists? -> Delete the file
    - Do the files "sod-dlc.key" and/or "chitin.key.bak" exist? -> Delete the files
    - Does "sod-dlc" subfolder exists? -> Delete the folder

    Afterwards it's best to reinstall or restore the game to restore the remaining files affected by modmerge.

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