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Mod: Lt. Chambers Mod Manager 1.3
A very basic mod manager which will detect the mod packs you have in your ETW\data directory and allow you to enable/disable and order them as you please. When you launch the game from the mod manager, your user.empire_script.txt will be updated according
  File Name: ModManager_1-5.zip     Author: herodotus
herodotus
  File Size: 34 KB   Files Added: 111
  Downloads: 16,659 (39 last week)   Author Downloads: 412,783 (702 last week)
  Posted: 19.11.2009   Supporters: 82 (+1 Add)
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Comments

By singer311 (SI Newbie) on Nov 20, 2009
singer311
Ever since I found I needed this for some of the mods, I have been trying to get one that WORKS! All I ever get is the "[appname].exe has encountered an error and needs to shut down" message. It won't even load. ummmmmm....help?
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Nov 20, 2009
herodotus
Ensure you have the Mod Manager with all of it's contents as a RAR file on your desktop.
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Nov 20, 2009
herodotus
And this is actually Version 1.5
By singer311 (SI Newbie) on Nov 21, 2009
singer311
Ok. I tried running it from the desktop. same result. The files were in the RAR. I extracted just the modmanager and tried that. that didn't work. In fact, I have tried just about every possible cofiguration of this and it simply won't work. I've run it from the desktop, from the ETW directory, from it's own directory, etc etc etc... To say that I am getting a little frustrated is understating it a wee tad.
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Nov 23, 2009
herodotus
Don't extract anything. Leave it as a RAR file on your desktop (complete). You only need to run the Mod Manager once from within the RAR file, and after that the game can be launched normally and the mods will run.
By singer311 (SI Newbie) on Nov 24, 2009
singer311
ok I tried that and no joy. I thought maybe it was being caught by my anti-virus or something, so I shut down EVERYTHING that was running in the background and tried it again. Still no joy. It's not the file it self, I'vr re-downloaded it a few times to be sure. Also it's not the version, I've tried a few previous versions with the same result. Does it need a clean un-modded ETW to work?
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Nov 25, 2009
herodotus
Depends on the mods you are running. BSM, the Sound Mod I have uploaded and the Flags Mod are really the only compatible mods.
By luckynumber1 (I just got here) on Nov 26, 2009
luckynumber1
hey fellas i'm kind of new here on the web soo help me out everytime i run the mod manager it gives me "applicaton error" the application failed to initialize properly (0*c0000135).click on ok to terminate the application.
By singer311 (SI Newbie) on Nov 26, 2009
singer311
Ok well I've almost givin' up. I totally un-installed ETW and re-installed it. No mods, all AV and anti-spyware turned off did everything according to your instructions, and still nothing. this is getting frustrating since I really want to try some of these mods that require the manager to use.
By luckynumber1 (I just got here) on Nov 26, 2009
luckynumber1
hey fellas i'm kind of new here on the web soo help me out everytime i run the mod manager it gives me "applicaton error" the application failed to initialize properly (0*c0000135).click on ok to terminate the application. appreciate any help
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Nov 26, 2009
herodotus
Place the Mod files you want in the Data directory of ETW. Download the Modmanager into "My Documents" as a complete RAR file (must be a RAR file). Cut & Paste the full RAR file onto your dektop. Double-click on the RAR file and a new window should open. Double click on the *.exe file and the ModManager will open. De-select both check boxes under "Launch ETW" and the Mods you have installed should show up on the left. Check those Mods and then click on "Lauch ETW". Running this once, and keeping the RAR file on your desktop should allow you to run ETW normally with the Mods enacted. Remember to just install the Mods that are compatible with Patch 1.5...Like BSM 4.1.
I honestly don't know why you guys are having these problems. Sorry I can't be of more help.
By luckynumber1 (I just got here) on Nov 26, 2009
luckynumber1
thanks man appreciate it
By singer311 (SI Newbie) on Nov 27, 2009
singer311
It only downloads as a .ZIP not a .RAR does that make a differance?
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Nov 30, 2009
herodotus
Yes, you do need WinRAR (which is free anyway).
By singer311 (SI Newbie) on Dec 01, 2009
singer311
I have winRAR, that's not what I mean. When I download it, it saves as ModManager_1-5.zip (note the extension is a "zip" NOT an "rar"). Does that make any differance or should it work as either a "zip" or an "rar". I know some people use the extensions interchangeably and really there not.
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Dec 02, 2009
herodotus
Honestly, I'd get rid of WinZIP...your download will default to it. It has to be a RAR file.