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    posted a message on My *approved modpack* does not show on the curseforge app?

    I found your Modpack by searching it.
    Sometimes u need to wait for Approval of the Modpack Project itself and then u need to wait for Approval of the Files of the Modpack too.
    After that the Pack is listed in the CurseForge App.

    Posted in: Support
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    posted a message on Good PC, unplayable lag

    In reply to bluzay:

     The Problem i know is that many Mods Animations are tagged with Terrain Animation so i need optifine to disable Terrain Animation only and my FPS go from 1-20 to 60-120+

    I think Optifine is the best choice u will get atm.
    Minecraft modding is still injecting thirdparty files in the game and it will never run perfect in this situation.
    Minecraft Java has still no official Modding Support.

    Posted in: Modpacks
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    posted a message on Modpack Installation Without the CurseForge Launcher

    In reply to memebrane9073:

     If u have the small zip file with the Modlist.html u cant setup the pack without CurseForge Launcher.
    Is CurseForge not supported on macOS ?

    Posted in: Modpacks
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    posted a message on Question concerning Traveler's Backpack mod

    In reply to evy273:

    I think this Forum is not the right section for your Problem.
    Post your Problem on the Github Page of the Mod - https://github.com/Tiviacz1337/Travelers-Backpack/issues
    I think here u get more help for the Mod

    Posted in: Modpacks
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    posted a message on Creating and Uploading Custom Modpack on CurseForge

    In reply to AdvancedWumbology:

     If u drag and drop mods from outside in the Modpack CurseForge will not find them in the App again.
    U need to download and install the mods by the CurseForge App to your Custom Profile.
    U need also to check for the right Forge Version because some mods need version 36.xx and some 35.xx but some mods disabled forge versioncheck so u get the problem it will not work.
    So create your custom profile and pick the Forge Version u want to use and CurseForge will download and install the mods u pick in the right version for your forge version too.
    U need also to check all Mod Pages on your own for Mod Conflicts and also the Github discussions of the mod authors too.

    Creating Modpacks is a big Project everytime.
    Some Mods linked not compatible Mods in there Description or on the Github page u find posts about problems.
    U need to fix the Conflicts on your own.
    Some Mods need a config change too to work with a other mod well.

    PS: Sorry for my bad english xD

    Posted in: Modpacks
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