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#1 Posted at 2012-05-31 07:54        
     
i've read the faq about how to install a mod but i have a doubt, can i run more than 1 addon in the game? maybe i didnt understand very well, but it seems that i cant run more than 1 addon at once.
This is the point that make me think:

Now what we have to do it's edit the ArmA shortcut so the game launches using that addon. To do this, we do rightclick on the ArmA shortcut in the desktop or where we have it and select properties.
In the target box we add -mod=@FDF_Sounds

i know how to edit a shortcut, but if i want to run more than one mod?i think that i can add just one parameter to the shortuct and not two or three.


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#2 Posted at 2012-05-31 08:01        
     
You can put more that one parametr to the shortcut. Just do it like this:

-mod=@FDF_Sounds;@modname;@modname;
put ; between your mods name in the shortcut and you should be able to run many modn at once.
for example here is my Arma shortcut:
\arma2OA.exe" -mod=@CBA;@addons;@duala;@lingor;@fallujah1_2;@mcc_sandbox;@caa1;

Hope it helps :)


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#3 Posted at 2012-05-31 08:59        
     
si,thank you, i will try! :)


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#4 Posted at 2012-05-31 14:12        
     
Also be aware that some mods require other mods to work properly and in some cases the order in which you load the mods (in the shortcut line) actually matters. I would highly recommend using a program called Six-Updater to manage all this stuff - it takes away most headaches associated with mod management [:-}

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