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Juggle your mods like a pro!
A cleaner, better Mod management screen.
And, if supported by the mod author;
Allows modders to create a Manifest.xml file, enabling a bunch of features that should have been in vanilla;
See the documentation for details on how to implement this. It's easy!
local mod copies
You can make a local copy of any steam mods (or all active steam mods at once) by clicking the corresponding button underneath the mod details (or active mods list). Doing this will make sure any updates to the steam version will not break your game in progress. Local mods are created in the RimWorld/Mods folder, and can be manually deleted, or deleted by clicking the corresponding button underneath the mod details.
Note: You may want to occasionally delete obsolete local copies, as having many mods in the mod folder will make RimWorld take longer to start, and the Mod Manager window take longer to open.
mod list backupsYou can create mod lists by clicking the mod list button underneath your active mods, and selecting 'save current list'. You will have to choose a unique name, and the mod list will be stored in a folder next to your save games.
To load a modlist, click the mod list button, then select the save game or mod list you want to load mods from. Any mods that couldn't be matched to your current list of mods will be greyed out.
To delete a mod list (only the list, not the actual mods), click the mod list button, select the list to be deleted, and then choose the delete option.
If a loaded modlist contains mods you do not have installed, but are available on the workshop, you can quickly install the mod by clicking the button in the mod details. You can also click the 'subscribe to all' button underneath the active mods list to subscribe to all missing mods.
mod and mod list colours
You can set colours for individual mods by clicking the palette icon underneath the mod details. To change the colour for all mods in a mod list, click the mod list icon underneat the active mod list, select the list, then 'change colour'.
keyboard navigationSometimes, it's easier to navigate large lists with the keyboard.
You can also manipulate the lists;
When a Steam Workshop mod is selected (or a local copy of a steam workshop mod), Mod Manager will automatically look for other mods by the same author, and show you a promotion for any mods you don't already have. These promotions let you easily discover other (new) mods by your favourite author(s), and even quickly subscribe to them!
This function can be turned off in Mod Managers' settings
Han Yaodong: Update Chinese translations
Proxyer: Japanese translation
Mohas: Stop errors in onlineManifest blocking version checks
Michaël Marinetti: Update French translations
Patrick Schmitt: Added German translation (#62)
Torq: Add russian translation. (#64)
enescaglayan: Turkish translation. (#48)
Zetrith: Fix blurry mod descriptions (#35)
奔跑的梅洛斯: Translate to Simplified Chinese (#29)
Brrainz: Add <tags></tags> to manifest (#1)
Lucas559-noob: Brazilian Portuguese translation
b606: French translation
Please read this guide before creating a bug report,
and then create a bug report here
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