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ModuleConfig Creator

A portable program written in JAVA that simplifies the task of creating a ModuleConfig.XML file for Nexus Mod Manager mods.

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Cool stuff, will try. Thanks.

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looks interesting.. maybe i wont have to ask for help making installers anymore :)
will definitely put it to the test asap and report back. thanks

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Yes!! Thank you so much!

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Can you made an Load Option , so that i can load an Installer ?

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In response to post #8988338.

It will take a little while, but I will try.

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Kudos to the author for even attempting this! We need more such tools to get modders more organized.

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In response to post #8988338. #8988403 is also a reply to the same post.

Done

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Nice utility that will surely help out a lot of people with NMM creation.

Also a good update with the Load function, haven't spotted any bugs in this yet as I've just started exploring this utility.

Though previous version had a problem with adding multiple ends for the visibility variable, and it seems this version suffers from that as well.
</visible>
<flagDependency flag="Main" value=""/>
</visible>

Edited by --JawZ--, 08 September 2013 - 12:23 PM.


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In response to post #9060982.

Oops I know right where to find that...fixing




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