Hey everyone! I've created a program that helps people manage their installed mods for MOHAA (+ Breakthrough and spearhead) You can download it here: Adelphos Pro Backfire - Another mod manager, Call of Duty 2 Downloads, Call of Duty 2 Modding Also you can rate and discuss it here:Mod Management Software Tell me what you all think!
Looks nice. But why is it hosted on Call of Duty files and not MoHFiles?
If you sure it's working with Medal of Honor too then Submit it to MoHFiles.com
ok, will do! Im getting ready to give out v2.24 in about a week. Ill do it then (Ive also got to give it to JKJA files, CoD files, MoH files, Rainbow 6 files, etc etc *sigh*) lol
wouldn't hurt if you described in here how it helps you manage your mods . screen shots also .
Check the Call of Duty Files link PKM. Adelphos Pro Backfire - Another mod manager, Call of Duty 2 Downloads, Call of Duty 2 Modding
Former Network Admin and Former Forum Admin
25th July 2005
Well from what I can gather after a quick flick through of the forum posts this is basically what it does. 1 Scans you game for mods and copies them. 2 list your available mods and if selected it moves them back to the game folder.
I have a question, to run some mods in some games you need to set the fs_game. Does your utility do that and if so how? does it do it through altering the games exe?
Well right now it does not detect mods that have their own folders, it only manages .pk3 files (and .cfg files) in the "main" folder (and the SP and BT folders). I am working on a system to detect those. Also for some games, "Play game" does not work. When I run "Mohaa.exe" it complains that it is not being run from the right folder. Does anyone know how to fix this?
does this allow ''activation'' while browsing servers because it's a pain in the *** to browse, finally see someone running a custom map i have, having to shut mohaa down, cut and pasting the mod back into main and then restarting mohaa . if it does this and a good job of it, it's a great mod . otherwise if it doesn't while ''in game'' , i can do the same thing by simply copying and pasting the mods i want before mohaa starts .
You could copy-paste, but wouldn't it be easier to just start a program up, click a few buttons, and run MOHAA? Compared to browsing folders, finding the mods, copying them, and then running MOHAA?
okay . this program simply does what i do anyways, same amount of time .