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#1 Posted at 2016-07-16 12:49        
     

How do I combine the two games with Steam?

I have already downloaded both games. Redownloading them would take too long with my slow (1MB/sec) internet. Is there a way to combine both into Combined Operations and install mods afterwards without downloading? I'm sorry, but all the other threads either have redownloading invovled, are too confusing for me or they only have answers to one of my questions and don't answer another (I am not new to computing and Steam, but the answers I find seem unique to how to my knowledge of installing mods into games). I also own the BAF, PMC, and the AOTCR DLCs, so, if it is possible to combine those too, help is appreciated.

How do I install the mods and use them after I finsihed combining the two games?

The original games are fun and all, but I intend to play mods to enhance my experience (and play different gameplay). Once I have combined the two games, how do I install the mods? It would be preferable if I could switch from the mods to the original.

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#2 Posted at 2016-07-16 14:16        
     
This should help you out with combining the Arma 2's.

As for adding mods, you can basically just put them in your directory and set the launch parameters run it. something like
-mod=@Mymod;@Mymod2;


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#3 Posted at 2016-07-16 17:41        
     
# BroBeans : This should help you out with combining the Arma 2's.

As for adding mods, you can basically just put them in your directory and set the launch parameters run it. something like
-mod=@Mymod;@Mymod2;
Thanks! If only Steam would simplify the process. Umm, how do you remove the mod? Vanilla ArmA II is still fun on it's own.


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#4 Posted at 2016-07-16 19:30        
     
just remove -mod=@blah; from your launch options in properties or go into the expansions mennu in game and disable it there