LadyDuck wrote:With XP works fine!
Thanks for your feedback. Good to know.
StrykerMikado wrote:This is really amazing. Every mod I had installed wasn't able to be used but I just redownloaded them using your program and it works fine. A+
It is a technical issue because the modmakers do not provide basic infos like author and version within their mods. TorchLeech take the "mod.dat"-deal which is descripted in the TorchED-Post at RGFs Wiki
. Without this file, TorchLeech can not get enougth infos about the installed mods. The best way is to uninstall the "not supported version" and then reinstall the mod with TorchLeech. As you mentioned, it is not a real problem, just two clicks.
StrykerMikado wrote:Will you have a place on the site to submit mods in the future?
Instead of creating just another community, TorchLeech interacts with the three big sites - Runic Forum, RGF and Torchlight Insider - as a webbrowser. We like the idea to focus comments on a few locations to help modmakers check feedback. At this point, we just crawl through all three websites for new "good" mods like you do, test, repack and add them to TorchLeechs database. I guess we can add a "submit request" at the top menu of TorchLeech in the next version, where you can enter a weblink (for mod infos) which should be checked by the team. If it is no doublet, not buggy, not just the 6546544th simple recoloring or really annoying (ex. a mod which grants 10 mio. gold each item sell value, extremly overpowered gear or just kick the gameplay to the ground) then i don't know why not add to the database.
Publish you mods to the three communities, thats the way we like it. But you can post a small hint on your new mods here in this thread until TorchLeech have a "submit request"-feature like descripted above.
@All: Download host just cache some old file - please download it again and replace the exe-file.