worried about a mistake i made!

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i'm using the nairo fall modpack workspace, where i can modify everything i want in the workspace. but unfortunately i deleted all the parasols peach had in smashexplorer, my worry is because nairo put like 3 extra skins in peach with their parasols (kassar) and i suppose it may crash my modpack if i build the mod to my sd card i dunno
if someone can tell me if i don't have to worry about and it's just fine or it can be solve or i fucked up everything please let me know thanks
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    9mo
    Yeah, it'll crash if you pick any of the peach skins now, but if you extract any of peach's normal parasols you can put them over the new slots and it'll still work.

    Or if you still have the original version downloaded you could replace them with what's there normally. Re-downloading is an option too, though.
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    sorry guys!
    i didn't know it was bad to use all caps
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