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MO2 can still run Bodyslide despite the path is wrong?

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I jsut realized that the the path for Bodyslide.exe is wrong (after I updated Bodyslide, a version number is included in the folder name), but somehow Mo2 still manages to run the executable and create a few armor without problem.

 

Just want to confirm Mo2 is designed to have this feature or should I worry it is not running correctly?

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