Quote Originally Posted by Fasti View Post
Our QA team is checking this out. It looks like there is a workaround for the time being: if you unpack the .tmod files and put each mod in the correct override folder it should recognize it again.
OK, I am extremely tired of waiting for .tmods functionality to be fixed.

Are there any instructions any place on how to do this work around?
I probably just have my idiot hat on, or Google is not my friend today, but I can't find anything that works.

Yes, I installed trovetools.
I extracted the tmod files.
I removed the tmod files from the .\live\mods folder.
It didn't solve the problem.

And I'm probably so frustrated by the .tmod functionality STILL being broken that I can't see the obvious due to my head being shoved firmly up my sitting unit....

Any help will be very appreciated.


EDIT:

It helps to spell correctly when you use the Windows search function.....
I found an override folder in the languages folder today. After removing it the tmod files worked again.
When I had searched previously (several times I might add) for any overrides in the Trove folder I didn't find any because I misspelled OVERRIDE.....
Amazing how well searches work when words are spelled correctly.