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I have MO 1.3.11 installed. Older version listed the installed Mod's currently installed Rev Number and Latest Mod Rev number in columns to the right of the Mod name. This version doesn't do that. I've looked around and can't find a place where it lists the currently installed revision of the mod. Am I missing something?

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Do you mean that version number of MO isn't showing or the version number of mods? If it's the mods then right click on the top bar of the right pane were it says mod pane and tick the boxes you want.

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