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I'm more than happy enough for you to go ahead with this. I reckon it would be a very useful addition to the forums. and if you get most/all of them up, I'll even sticky it for you
This is a very good idea. I was kinda lost when I first browsed the plugins, especially with the versions being out of date, I was unsure of what would work with the latest build of TDSM.With a nice listing of confirmed working plugins, people new to TDSM will be able to "shop" for plugins much easier.I'd also suggest adding a note somewhere in the list about the whole "right click/allow" nonsense for the DLL files, and if they still won't load, running Windows Update might fix things. I know this information is posted in numerous locations, but people still seem to miss this critical information somehow.
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Quote from: Stickiler on September 29, 2011, 06:39:32 AMI'm more than happy enough for you to go ahead with this. I reckon it would be a very useful addition to the forums. and if you get most/all of them up, I'll even sticky it for you Thanks! Where do you think it should be posted? What area of the forum? Is this topic title ok?
Hehe. It's all good. Yeah I thought that would be the best place for it, and DeathCradle stickied it for me already. Thanks.
Looks good, hopefully you will update them as new releases come out.
What does everyone think should happen to the current list upon a new TDSM build release? I've been thinking if I change all plugins on there as "Not Working", then people like myself who plan to keep b35 for a bit until the plugins they use are updated, won't have this current list telling them what works with b35...I'm not sure how I should handle that. Should I just update the list and just don't worry about having a list for people with b35 to refer to? Of course I wouldn't keep a list for every build since new members will only be able to obtain the newest build and won't care about plugins working with previous builds.Idk, maybe this doesn't matter to anyone. Please let me know what you all think. Maybe there is a better system for keeping track of build compatibility.