Tired of quitting and restarting the launcher to start a new game then check this out
This file contains a video tutorial on how to make your own personalized mods menu for yourself and you can switch freely between mods without quitting,loading the launcher up and launching a new game if you choose to enjoy and I hope that I didn't go to fast for some of you
if you want to go a step further you can declare what you want to load by editing the ini files to include the folder directories where your wads are located and then in the menudef just declare it by name instead of folder path:
editing the ini either be gzdoom or zandronum and look for the following below as an example since i own an android itll be storage not C
#these are the directories to search for wads added with the -file command line parameter, #if they cannot be found with the path as is. layout is the same for iwadsearch.directories [filesearch.directories] path=~/.config/zandronum path=/usr/local/share/ path=$doomwaddir path=/storage/emulated/0/opentouch/delta/mods path=/storage/emulated/0/opentouch/delta/mods/invasion/ path=/storage/emulated/0/opentouch/delta/mods/randomally/
so then after doing that and u want to edit the menudef to be a somewhat smaller size depending on how much u want to add to your own menu u can simply do the following after doing the step above
title"my mods menu"
command "unloved","restart -iwad doom2,wad -file unloved.pk3 modmenu"
that simple....in a way...so when you load your mod menu up and click unloved it will search the directories you specified in the filesearch.directories and if it finds a match it will load the specified file declared in your menudef