Workshop Discussion..continue here...

Discussion in 'Modding' started by Woodee, Nov 26, 2015.

  1. monoplazas_RR

    monoplazas_RR Registered

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    You don't like our content? Oh!, this is very hard, I think I can not take it.
     
  2. lagg

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    I'm sure that nobody is going to understand something if doesn't want to understand it.
    If some people doesn't understand the difference between share content from a web (or Dropbox, Mega, etc), and share it in an official channel (isiforums, rF2 remote content and Steam Workshop), we are not going to convince them.
    At least, all of us agree on one thing. Nobody can upload content of other modders if they say that don't want.
    Then, we say to all of you.
    We don't want anybody to upload the racerfactor content to any official chanel.
    • Isiforums
    • rF2 remote content
    • Steam Workshop

    We'll do it, if (or when) we consider.
    Thank you, and enjoy it (if you can find it, of course). :p
     
  3. Bjørn

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    Maybe you should recieve a few lessons..?

    I like the charity-Woodee...

    I don't like the unenlightened Woodee... Who in one topic defends modders and insinuatingly shuns modder B who takes something and improves it, fixes bugs when modder A has dissapeared from the face of the earth.
    Then the next week promotes track(s) with doubtful origin, not knowing anything about the origin of said track(s).

    The drivingitalia vs. Steam issue should be obvious. If you had any idea where some tracks (or cars for that matter) originates from.
    The "Steam is an official platform" point is quite valid, since Valve doesn't want doubtful content on their servers... Same with this forum. The RacerFactor tracks are not on this forum, they shouldn't be on Steam for the same reason.

    When a modder asks for stuff to be taken out of the Steam Workshop, there is reason for it. In this case, you could put two and two together and figure it out before telling anyone to "chill" or "grow up".
     
  4. Woodee

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    I get that if they asked then it should be taken down, that is a given.

    Oh I'm learning all the time, still much to learn when time and energy permits.

    Don't think I've defended tracks of dubious origin, sometimes it's hard to tell where things come from. Many people don't put any author down when packing the mod which is frustrating.

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  5. Woodee

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    The modder a and b issue was quite clear, the user was told by isi not to update it (unencrypt and repack) when it was obvious the author didn't want his intellectual property messed with.

    Was that not clear?

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  6. Juergen-BY

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    No, it wasn`t. ISI doesn`t told modder b anything, just deleted the thread (on request of a forums user). Wonder who this was...
     
  7. Bjørn

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    There you go...



    Woodee, I am naturally talking about the 75 Silverstone...

    And if you want to know more, you can always PM me xD Nah just kidding...

    But for starters... The Donington and Oultron Park are of dubious origin for example... In the NGTC-thing you're hosting soon... And the links are there on this holy forum :) I know one of those tracks are on Steam Workshop... but that's up to the user to decide... Run the risk or not.
     
  8. lagg

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    The problem is not only the origin. The noise is very important.

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  9. Juergen-BY

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    By the way, Yas Marina is great, thx!
     
  10. Woodee

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    I would imagine 32_pixels asked that his mod not be interfered with.

    I wouldn't know even where to start tracing origins of things now... just not worth the extra effort. Still a nice job that they are around. I will always applaud classic content... i'm not experienced to spot what game it would come from, as I don't own them :)

    and our NGTC "thing", my charity race for a friend that died last month went well thanks.
     
  11. Bjørn

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    That's good to hear. Like I said, I like the charity-Woodie!
     
  12. Woodee

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    I will give what I can :)
     
  13. Juergen-BY

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    false; otherwise, show me a proof, thanks.
     
  14. Woodee

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    Well who else could it be?? Use your noggin! ☺

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  15. Juergen-BY

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    Well...i contacted him (several times) on:

    - this forum
    - on facebook
    - on the hosters forum, where he hosted his files

    and on some other forums as well

    and got never an answer or a simple peep. Then he jumps in here and contact the administrator to remove my thread?

    Use your noggin, too...
     
  16. Prodigy

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    That was weird one, I agree..
    Even thou he hasn't login since January this year and your update was much later.
    Also, the Lester update wasn't taken down, but Celica was.
     
  17. Juergen-BY

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    ...but please, lets went back to the topic. And sorry for OT.
     
  18. Spinelli

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    I don't know if it's a mod problem, RF2 problem, or Steam Workshop problem but when Apex Modding's GT3 mod's update (v0.928 to v0.930) auto- downloaded/installed from Steam Workshop, it didn't actually update, what it did was simply install a completely seperate copy of the mod. I therefore now have two cars for every car # - a v0.928 version and a v0.930 version...
     
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  19. alpha-bravo

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    to avoid confusion APEX GT3 mod update was from 0.928 to 0.930
     
  20. Juergen-BY

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    Afaik Yoss deleted the old version instead of update them...You should uninstall the old version with the ModManager.
     

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