Sprays should now be able to be installed for games that have it in their configs.
Thanks to Devieus for showing me the correct pathing for Sprays.
it turns out, Sprays was the only type of non development submission
(of the ones that make sense to install) that I had not added support
for in Modboy itself. An oversight on my part, and one that this update
fixes. If you have a previous version of Modboy downloaded, please
download v3.6b to be up to date and have access to Spray installation.
On the history page, each mod action record provides a link to the mod on Gamebanana.
On the history page, you can now filter by task type (Install, Uninstal, or Verify)
Made list vs grid view persist between launches.
(Server Side) Packed effects for TF2 are also supported, forgot to mention before.
While originally planned for this release, filtering of mods on the overview page by submission type (skin, map, etc.) has been pushed out to the next release, pending a bit of design rework to make it fit better on that screen. Functionality-wise, it shouldn't take me long, but I want to make it look decent at the same time.
Investigate verify window not disappearing.Filtering mods by type (skins, maps, etc)Temporarily disabling mods
Request: Pending downloads/updates/uninstalls should display in separate group above others
I'm requesting support for my mods within this tool for ease of use. Considering that my mods are very simple - they're sorted within folders from a .zip file and contains only .vpk files (and soon, within my next pack, "[CS:GO Mod] Prisma Case Mod", .png image files), I was wondering if I can discuss methods to allow compatibility with my mods and using this installer with my mods, with a bit of tweaking to the tool to allow for direct access to subdirectories of the .zip files so that users can "select" their weapon options within this tool using a custom GUI only compatible with my mods. Further discussion on this is probably needed, as I'm looking for this tool to be my main installer for my mods.
Edit: I was thinking of something like how Nexus Mod Manager utilized a GUI interface with mods that have options, such as ELFX for Skyrim, how it had the user select options for various settings of the mod.
Thank you for your time, and I hope to see a developer contact me soon about this.
I'm using The v3.6b and at first, it worked fine but now it just won't download a single mod that I try to download with it. If you could fix it or give an explanation to This problem I would be more than happy, thanks in advance.