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    New guy, not sure where to post this...

    Hey guys! I'm a fan of torchlight and was interested in playing a few. I downloaded the Power Mod, but i'm non steam and am not sure where to put the files... I basically don't have a 'mods' folder.. help?

    Thanks guys

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    Re: New guy, not sure where to post this...

    Howdy! Have you found the application data folder for Torchlight? It will exist somewhere, because there will be a folder labelled "saves" in it. If there is no mods folder alongside the saves folder you can just make one.... or if you are on a PC you can just installed mods using HotSpot.

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    Re: New guy, not sure where to post this...

    Thanks alot! Hotspot is definitely a great tool, but so many of the mods are [UNSUPPORTED]. Does that mean my computer isn''t up to snuff or am I missing a TL patch or something?

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    Re: New guy, not sure where to post this...

    Unsupported basically means one of a few things:
    1- The mod itself wasn't packaged properly for clean installation, so HotSpot has trouble loading it. These are important to report so we can track them down and attempt to fix them.
    2- You've installed a mod manually, possible for the reason listed above, and it just means it is unsupported because HotSpot didn't install it itself and thus hasn't integrated anything, like classes or pets into the menu for you.
    3- The mod is only accessible off site, possibly because it is too big to be uploaded here, and thus you had to install it manually.
    4- You're trying to install with HotSpot but getting that damnedly-hard-to-kill bug where you have installed too many mods in one sessions and have to restart the program to do more.

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