With this mod loader you will be able to have more than 500 missions. You are able to load only a part of your mod collection which needs less than 500 missions. So the mission limit is still active, but you can easily switch between your mods.

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Already Working Features:


  • enabling/disabling mods
  • function to remember the last chosen mods
  • steam support
  • no steam support
  • easy installation
  • launch parameters
  • support of mod information system
  • mod size display
  • sort mod overview by various properties


0.9.6.0





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How to install!

Installers Tutorial 7 comments

Requirements:


  • .Net Framework 4.5
  • 3 MB of free disk space
  • 900 MB of free disk space (in case you have to install the .Net Framework)
  • OS:
    • Windows Vista SP2 (x86 and x64)
    • Windows 7 SP1 (x86 and x64)
    • Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 (x64)
    • Windows Server 2008 SP2 (x86 and x64)
    • or newer
  • System Requirements
    • Prozessor with 1 GHz or faster
    • 512 MB RAM
    • Hard drive 2 GB

Installation:


1. Download the executable

Battlefront II Mod Loader 0.9.6.1


2. Put the application into your gamedata folder

3. Launch the mod loader.

4. (Optional) Rename your mods.

5. (Optional) Add launch paramters under settings. If you use the steam version set them with steam.

Tutorial by EpicPrime (German): Youtube.com


How to install mods:


  • If you have an archive, extract it to a location of your choice.
  • Look into the archive.
  • Take the subfolder with a three letter name (e.g. "BFX") and move it into the addon folder (a subfolder of your gamedata folder). This folder should contain a file with the name addme.script .



If you need help, please read the troubleshooting article:

Moddb.com

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

QA/Testing Tutorial 22 comments

In that article I mention some problems and hopefully how to solve them.

Roadmap

Roadmap

Feature 2 comments

This is a list of the features I will add in the future.

Changelog

Changelog

Feature

In this article you find all changes since version 0.7.0.

EASY Edition -OUTDATED-

EASY Edition -OUTDATED-

News 1 comment

This article gives information about the new EASY Edition.

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Battlefront II Mod Loader 0.9.6.1

Battlefront II Mod Loader 0.9.6.1

Demo 5 comments

Version 0.9.6.1 of Battlefront II Mod Loader: new GUI framework, GUI enhancing, mod searching, parameter shortcuts, bug fixes

Battlefront II EASY Mod Loader 0.9.5.0 -OUTDATED-

Battlefront II EASY Mod Loader 0.9.5.0 -OUTDATED-

Demo 8 comments

Version 0.9.5.0 of Battlefront II Mod Loader: GUI rework, GUI bug fixing, no steam launch fixed

Battlefront II EASY Mod Loader 0.9.4.0 -OUTDATED-

Battlefront II EASY Mod Loader 0.9.4.0 -OUTDATED-

Demo

Version 0.9.40 of Battlefront II Mod Loader: Clean main window, steam launch integration, startup parameters interface

Battlefront II EASY Mod Loader 0.9.3.1 -OUTDATED-

Battlefront II EASY Mod Loader 0.9.3.1 -OUTDATED-

Demo

The EASY Edition of the mod loader. I recommend to choose this one. For further information please regard the "EASY Edition" article. 0.9.31: Bug fixes

Battlefront II EASY Mod Loader 0.9.3 -OUTDATED-

Battlefront II EASY Mod Loader 0.9.3 -OUTDATED-

Demo 4 comments

The EASY Edition of the mod loader. I recommend to choose this one. For further information please regard the "EASY Edition" article. 0.9.3: Log writing...

Userdata file (additional content) -OUTDATED-

Userdata file (additional content) -OUTDATED-

Patch

This userdata file contains some mod information, so you will not have to tag every mod manually. Put the .bin file into your gamedata folder. If you...

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wwwkris39PL
wwwkris39PL

That's cool but will you add sorting option? I have a folder called mods where I have "packs" of mods. Each folder is named after the mods it contains and there is an addon folder inside that I just cut and then paste into gamedata folder of the game and when I want to switch mods I just put addon folder back into the corresponding subfolder in the mods folder and choose another pack of mods. It would be great if your mod allowed to make it easier. For example instead of choosing all the mods from the main addon folder I could just select one of my packs and the mod would load them for me so I wouldn't have to keep copying and deleting it manually.
PS. I know it's a little bit chaotic but I hope you will understand what I mean.

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NMir Creator
NMir

This may help you: Moddb.com
However I would recommend to backup your mods first.

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wwwkris39PL
wwwkris39PL

Thank you! It does indeed work. The only problem I've encountered though is that the window is not resizable and it doesn't display full names of my modpacks. Is there any workaround for that?

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NMir Creator
NMir

I'm afraid there is no solution ATM.

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Guest
Guest

Does this mod detect the conversionpack2.2?

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NMir Creator
NMir

Yes

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CapoFantasma97
CapoFantasma97

Hello,
does this work with GOG version?

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NMir Creator
NMir

Sure, why not?

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Guest
Guest

a very handy mod , although you could add to read the real names of the mods , since with the 3 letter folders you will have to remember the names , and to be able to work with version 1.0 , since some mods just crash with version 1.1

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NMir Creator
NMir

What's the problem with 1.0?

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USAfan20
USAfan20

i got a question, this says it holds over 500 missons, do missions include maps AND mods? and how much mods can it hold?

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NMir Creator
NMir

It can hold as much mods as your can save on your hard drive. The mission counter is a combination of maps and sides.

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