ADP Mod Manager -1 reply

  • 1
  • 2

Please wait...

NaotoKhan

MOHAA modder/skinner

50 XP

22nd November 2006

0 Uploads

177 Posts

0 Threads

#11 13 years ago
PKM_676;3852490okay . this program simply does what i do anyways, same amount of time.

For you, maybe, but for people who aren't as familiar with their MOHAA folders they get confused very easily (there are countless threads at any modding site asking "where do I put this thing I downloaded?" or similar questions). I imagine many people would be interested in a program that does the dirty work for them.

On that note, adelphospro, there are a few things about the program that I would like to comment on, having tested it yesterday.

1. The format is nice, but the blue letters on the black background are hard to see. Otherwise very nice design.

2. There are certainly some bugs still - for example when I opened up BT, it kept popping up over and over that it had found five mods or whatever, and I had to keep clicking OK, did that about 25 times and finally had to shut down the program via Task Manager.

3. 200MB seems awfully big for a program like this - I noticed most of that comes from the Star Wars game - for some reason there are two huge files in that folder. Maybe make a separate program for the SW game if it really needs such massive files with it? Also you could use .mid or .mp3 files rather than .wav files for the game themes, would save a lot of space as well.

4. I didn't notice any problem with the program locating MOHAA as you said, it seemed to find it OK.

Hope that's helpful feedback - overall it's got potential, and I'm sure some people will get some good use out of it, but I think it could be improved a lot as well in future versions.




adelphospro

I'm accepted, He was condemned

50 XP

25th February 2007

0 Uploads

1,458 Posts

0 Threads

#12 13 years ago

NaotoKhan;3855634For you, maybe, but for people who aren't as familiar with their MOHAA folders they get confused very easily (there are countless threads at any modding site asking "where do I put this thing I downloaded?" or similar questions). I imagine many people would be interested in a program that does the dirty work for them.

On that note, adelphospro, there are a few things about the program that I would like to comment on, having tested it yesterday.

1. The format is nice, but the blue letters on the black background are hard to see. Otherwise very nice design.

2. There are certainly some bugs still - for example when I opened up BT, it kept popping up over and over that it had found five mods or whatever, and I had to keep clicking OK, did that about 25 times and finally had to shut down the program via Task Manager.

3. 200MB seems awfully big for a program like this - I noticed most of that comes from the Star Wars game - for some reason there are two huge files in that folder. Maybe make a separate program for the SW game if it really needs such massive files with it? Also you could use .mid or .mp3 files rather than .wav files for the game themes, would save a lot of space as well.

4. I didn't notice any problem with the program locating MOHAA as you said, it seemed to find it OK.

Hope that's helpful feedback - overall it's got potential, and I'm sure some people will get some good use out of it, but I think it could be improved a lot as well in future versions.

Ok thanks! Ill look into it! (Im kinda buisy at the moment, but I plan on working on it some more in about a month :()




  • 1
  • 2