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03 Jul, 2010 02:48 AM
Hi there, good tool. I like the interface better than the other
DAO mod manager. ;-) Also I like the process of installing
non-DAZIP mods better too.
But the one feature that is really missing from both is a way to
categorize mods. If I have more than say 20-30 mods installed it
gets hard to find the one I want to disable/delete. The filter
works better than nothing at all, but categories / folders / tags
would work even better. Oblivion Mod Manager (OBMM) lets you tag
mods and then sort/filter by tag, it's an excellent tool and I can
easily manage a library of 200+ mods with that.
Anyways, thanks for your hard work and I hope it gets even
better in the future!
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