View Full Version : LwAmi Mod 2.03 JSGME installer version
11-07-2005, 04:55 AM
Here it is, same 2.03 version but using JoneSoft Generic Mod Enabler for install/uninstall. Try if it works for you, maybe we should use it for next relases ?
Extract to DW directory and run JSMGE tool to install/deinstall (you can place a shortcut to JSMGE.exe on desktop or in menu).
P.S. As you'll probably notice, with mods installed it makes even bigger mess in database/doctrine folders than those bat scripts :) but maybe it's more reliable ? Fortunately it cleans the mess during uninstall :).
11-07-2005, 09:24 AM
:D Probably a dumb question - but hey who cares ?
LW emailed me the pre-release 2.03 for testing with him. The 2.02 swapping icons are still present in my DW folder
but as per instructions I have not used these.
Question:- Can I use the above DL to reinstall the mod in order to be able to use the 'new' switching facility ?
11-07-2005, 04:12 PM
Sure, I included original JSGME readme with descriptions how to use it. Just uninstall the mod, and then... not sure what you want to do :)
If you want to install your version (that you have now) with JSGME, in MODS directory make another one and call it... somewhat different ;), throw your mod files inside, rename them to just "Doctrine' and "Database", delete bats and that's all... When you run JSGME you'll see two mods ready to install - 2.03 and the one you just created.
so... :hmm: :hmm: :shifty: maybe again:
1. Uninstall the current mod and return to plain 1.01
2. install the new mod (so extract LWAMI_v203_Realism_Mod_JSGME.zip
to your DW directory.
3. in the MODS directory, where LWAMI_v203_Realism_Mod folder is, make another folder and call it for example LWAMI_v203_beta
4. Copy/extract what you have from Luftwolf to this folder
5. rename the contents from "doctrine.lwamiblahblah" to just "doctrine" and "database", delete unneeded bat files
6. Run JSGME util and you should see two mods possible to install. of course install only one of them at a time...
8. optional - read the readme file for JSGME :P
11-09-2005, 10:02 AM
Thanks. :up: :cool: :rock:
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