89157Z Posted November 23, 2010 Report Share Posted November 23, 2010 It has been described that if we use the mod publishing process, the lengthy cross-check that it does ensures that mods do not need to be remade for future patches/DLCs/etc. Comparatively, the faster 'publish as official content' process does not guarantee future compatibility. Am I understanding this situation correctly? I wish to inquire as to how it is that mods are made future-compatible. Indeed, I wish to inquire how mod compatibility is handled in general. What happens, for example, if a mod flatly contradicts published content? I'm working tonight on a mod. It's not terribly ambitious. I'm only modifying the backgrounds available at character creation. However, in the process, I've removed some of them entirely. How will this conflict be handled? There are other questions that can be made as well, to be sure, though while I am in the midst of working on this mod no others yet occur to me. A general process overview would be appreciated and would help in forming further queries. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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