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First off, you will probably want to use a separate mod organizer program of some kind. FO4 has some build-in mod support OOTB, but there are a lot of tools out there on the internets that make modding much easier, especially if you want to run a heavily modded game. Depending on which one you use, there will be prompts or features that help you work with ...


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It can be: Your Minecraft Forge isn't compatible with Java. Try re-downloading Forge 1.7.10 (recommended or newest version) and install Java 8. But I don't think this is your problem. In all videos I watched (tutorials for installing Minecraft Forge) it said that you need to play Minecraft 1.7.10 without forge, then restart Minecraft with Forge. Try ...


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I found a pretty straightforward solution. When you fire up the game menu there's a little, inconspicuous text in the bottom left saying "Mods". Like this: Clicking it gives you a list of active mods. Now the only thing you have to do is making a screenshot like I did above (or probably at least two).


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I'm not familiar with the Civ 5 SDK, I couldn't find an option that would help in your particular case. I did however find something that you might not know, you can highlight a large selection of options and tick a single box to tick all of the highlighted options. Simply select an item, hold shift and click further up or down the list, then tick one box to ...


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It's not possible. There is no legal way to mod your Xbox 360. There used to be a way, but it was illegal. The only add-ons you can get on the Xbox 360 and other consoles are: Skin Packs [Used to change the look of your character.] Texture Packs [Worlds will have different looks due to textures.] Mash Up Packs [Themed world with a different texture.] ...



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