I'm too cool to Post
16th July 2003
Hi, i have a problem; when i dowload a mod and put it the the base of the folder of gamedate it doesn't appear in my mod list in Jedi Knight II config. Why???
The New Mutation
16th July 2003
The mod must be installed like this: -
(example) c:/program files/lucasarts/jedi outcast/gamedata/jedimod/
All the mod files must go in the 'jedimod' folder (the .pk3 zip file and any others)
To put it straighter, make a file in the 'gamedata' folder, the file must be the name of the mod. Then all the mod files including the .pk3 zip must go into that mod folder. Hope this helped...
13th April 2003
Well When you download something e.g MOD! If its a heavy mod like: Jedi Academy Mod 1.3 then you would have to make a new folder! So e.g if you wanted to have something like this jamod 1.3 then you would type this!
C:/Program Files/Lucasarts/Starwars/Jedi Outcast/Gamedata/academy!
Hope this helps! Lightseeker
22nd March 2003
I installed mine to: C:\Program Files\LucasArts\Star Wars JK II Jedi Outcast\GameData
Then not all mods will work i know that but most will i have come across a few which have been packeged wrong.
Jamod will work tho just install it to C:\Program Files\LucasArts\Star Wars JK II Jedi Outcast\GameData
Install pk3's to C:\Program Files\LucasArts\Star Wars JK II Jedi Outcast\GameData\base
bye-bye for a moment
30th June 2003
Personnaly, I put all my pk3 in C:\Program Files\LucasArts\Star Wars JK II Jedi Outcast\GameData\base... well, i have only tried sp mod so far... and when you do this, the pk3s datas are taken into account in alphabetical order (zz.pk3 will be "overwriting" aa.pk3)
But i cant promise it will work with big special pk3 in mp...