@attaboy26_ Don't worry, it's supposed to be like that. The replacement files are in dlc.rpf
@dimedius are you seeing the default map or something else?
@just_jxnas thats weird, what game version are you running?
@just_jxnas did you use the OIV?
@just_jxnas Generally, it's not a good idea to recieve game files from random people in the comments as you never know what you're gonna get. I am not saying you had any malicious intents, but it's usually a good idea to have a backup instead like the mods folder that OpenIV creates
@Cyreex You can try uninstalling using the uninstaller bundeled with the automated installer that i created, though i can't guarantee that it will work. If you ever want to reinstall the mod and try again on the latest known working version (1.0.2545.0), you could always use the automated OIV.
@trivo Thanks. I am not trying to install it, I am just doing some testing to see if I can get this to work on the newest version. BTW, you don't need to do it manually. I have created an automated OIV, if you or anyone else ever need it, you can get it from here:
@Cyreex did you use the latest OIV or did you manually install the mod?
@trivo what version are you running now if you don't mind me asking? Are you expiriencing any problems with the mod? I currently don't have enough time to do proper testing so any feedback is highly appreciated
@ILOVEMODZ And as a response to your last sentence. I agree 100%. Before modding your files, make sure you create a mods folder (OpenIV will help you do this when you set it up, idk about other tools). Doing so will make sure that if you mess up the files in the mods folder on accident, you can just delete the files that were modified. After doing that, just copy the files from the original files to the mods folder again. This helps a lot if your internet connection isn't very fast and you don't want to reinstall everytime you mess something up. Also if you have other mods, they shouldn't be affected so you don't have to install all your mods again.