[Mods] Aris and Other Popular Mods Combined into Easy to Download Packs

Fredrocker

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One more question, - you say above "the thing to remember is you have mod tags [muddy], [snow], [whitewash], [autumn], and [spring] which is not used yet, these mod tags kick in on certain situations..." - where are these mod tags located - when I go into the editor and click on mod tags, all I see are import, export or clear options - so I'd assume then the tags located in the mod graphics themselves, correct, or am I supposed to put something into the mod tag section of the editor in the scenarios manually
There is a few threads over at BFC.... here is one http://community.battlefront.com/topic/97104-how-to-install-mods/?page=1

http://community.battlefront.com/topic/113401-mod-tags-how-to-for-you/#comment-1506034
 
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Those mod tags @Fredrocker listed are built in - that's is now the different ground conditions result in a different look for the vehicles. I believe you can use them directly but the game will also be adding the automatic ones based on the weather so I do not know how that will interact with you putting them into a scenario by hand. The scenario editor mod tags are mean to be used for your custom mods so you can ship a scenario or series of scenarios that will use specific set of custom mods and and their presence will not mess with the look of units etc in other scenarios.
 

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Those mod tags @Fredrocker listed are built in - that's is now the different ground conditions result in a different look for the vehicles. I believe you can use them directly but the game will also be adding the automatic ones based on the weather so I do not know how that will interact with you putting them into a scenario by hand. The scenario editor mod tags are mean to be used for your custom mods so you can ship a scenario or series of scenarios that will use specific set of custom mods and and their presence will not mess with the look of units etc in other scenarios.
Yea... what the 'Cat' said... :)