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tomster2300

Question on STEP core vs extended patch

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This is my first time doing a STEP install, so I just want to make sure I'm understanding the wording here - https://wiki.step-project.com/STEP_Patches#Recommendations

 

It says if you did not install ALL of the STEP extended mods then to install the STEP core patch.  I installed about 1/2 - 2/3 of the extended mods ... does that still means that I should install the core patch?   I know I did not install at least one mod because it said it was included in the extended patch, but I don't remember which mod that was now. 

 

Any and all help is appreciated!

 

Thanks. 

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The STEP Extended Patch is designed for people using all of STEP Core and Extended. If you aren't using all of STEP Extended but are using all of STEP Core then use the STEP Core Patch. It will still cover a lot of the mods you are using. 

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Could I extend the OP's question a bit?

 

Some mods in the STEP:Core line-up are no longer available or somehow have vanished. In this case, I assume using the STEP:Core Patch is still the right choice?

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Could I extend the OP's question a bit?

 

Some mods in the STEP:Core line-up are no longer available or somehow have vanished. In this case, I assume using the STEP:Core Patch is still the right choice?

None of those mods affect the patches. They were mods that didn't even have a plugin.

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