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Sep 8, 2018hollow0n3 posted a message on Is there any way to alert a person thats supposed to process a modpack update without opening a ticket?Posted in: General DiscussionSeems you didn't read the whole thread. Or noticed the other threads talking about things beeing in the review limbo for weeks.
Sep 4, 2018hollow0n3 posted a message on Is there any way to alert a person thats supposed to process a modpack update without opening a ticket?Posted in: General Discussion
In total, it took 12 hours for the 3.2. update to be okay'd.
I tried editing the description to possibly alert the one that seemed to have overlooked it. Did not seem to work.
Since during those 12 hours two crucial mods of the pack got updated.. I ended up pulling a near all nighter and made the 3.2.5. update to the pack and uploaded that.
Yes, it went through before 3.2.
Ergo: Try and try again, just not the same file. Too bad that it's so hard to get answers or help. At least my streamer buddy got the update ready to play and stream now.
Sep 3, 2018hollow0n3 posted a message on Is there any way to alert a person thats supposed to process a modpack update without opening a ticket?Posted in: General Discussion
I put two updates to two seperate modpacks together 8+ hours ago.
One got aprooved. One did not.
The one that did not get aprooved is stuck in review hell.
Therefore the question that is the title of this topic..
Is there any way to alert a person thats supposed to process a modpack update without opening a ticket?
During this wait two crucial mods of the pack got surprise updates and I can not start putting an emergency update out without the one stuck in limbo getting through first.
10 hours now. Edited the description of the update in hope it would ping the person that seems to have forgot they got the pack update assigned to check over. Nothing in response so far. I would *really* like to be able to see who gets assigned to check packs.. but thats unrealistic.. I'd like to be able to see if the person thats assigned to check it over is online tho. Prolly won't ever happen.
Jul 30, 2018hollow0n3 posted a message on The file I upload gets rejected and I don't know how to solve the issuePosted in: Non-CurseForge Modpacks
Sorry, I can't help, but I had a similar but strangely worse rejection.
I opened a thread about that in general since its 100% a problem on their end..
... the rejection for my pack update involved a list of mods that are not even in the pack.
Jul 30, 2018hollow0n3 posted a message on So, what does one do when an update to a modpack for a streamer gets rejected with reassons that make no sense?Posted in: General Discussion
Before anyone asks, yes, the topic title is serious.
I did put an update to a pack I made for a streamer together, tested it, used the twitch app to pack it together, uploaded it...
noticed it was stuck in processing strangely long....
then checked again after a while and it was rejected.
Telling me that some zips of mods should not be in there and that I should use the twitch app to package the pack.
Literally NONE of the listed things are in the pack and like I said before..... I *did* use the app to compile the file I uploaded.
Is this a new bug with either the app or the processing?
I tried to send a pm to the one that seemed to have rejected the update.
Asking for clarification since I mostly never even downloaded the files that are supposedly in the pack as zips... which they are not.
That was 20 minutes ago. So far, no answer and since its past midnight here now and the update was to get possible crashes out of the way for the streamer that may end up streaming the pack again tommorow I am kind of in a pickle here.
Not going to call that person out either if that is what you think, I seriously just want to know what I am supposed to do with a rejection that is from what I can tell pure nonsense.
Since I got no response on any front I re-uploaded the exact same file again after triple checking it. Added a note to it too. It did not get rejected, I assume the morale of this is to re-upload updates that get rejected with non-sensical reassons. Time to try to get some sleep, over an hour late.
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