[MOD] Gwinda's Sound Mod

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    Gwinda
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    FORUMS
    Train-Fever.Net
    Steam


    DOWNLOAD

    The mod can be downloaded from:
    Train-Fever.net
    DropBox


    REQUIREMENTS
    Train Fever 5798 or above.


    PLATFORMS

    Windows
    Mac
    Linux


    LANGUAGES

     By DofD
     By Gwinda
     By Vicrod
     By Anachron13
     By Wia
     By HawkEye
     By Gwinda


    DESCRIPTION
    Mute various sounds/groups in Train Fever.

    • “Oh Yea!”
    • Track construction
    • Road construction
    • Demolition
    • Income payment
    • Miscellaneous UI sounds

    Supports TFGM’s configuration UI.


    INSTALL
    The map mod is written for the new mod system and must not be copied into the res folder, as before.

    Manual install
    Unzip the archive in `Train Fever/mods/` folder.
    Start TF and activate the mod before playing.

    TFGM install
    Drag & drop the archive to TFGM.
    Go to the configuration tab to turn sounds on/off, hit save.
    Start TF and activate the mod before playing.

    UNINSTALL
    The good news with the new mod system is that no files are being modified. This makes it easy and safe to remove the mod at any time.

    Manual uninstall
    Simply delete the the `Train Fever/mods/gwinda_sound_effect_mod_x` folder where x is the mod’s major version number.

    TFGM uninstall
    Simply select the mod and press disable.

    The mod is kept in TFGM’s internal library and can be enabled again at any time. To completely remove it from library select the mod and press uninstall.

     

    CONFIGURATION
    The easiest way is to use TFGM’s built in Configuration UI. Install the mod and go to the configuration tab.

    To manually configure (without TFGM)

    The configuration file is located in the mod’s root folder `Config/config.lua`

    You can either manually open it in a text editor or just from TFGM, right click on the mod and select “Mod configuration…”

    The config file has instructions included at the top. Scroll down to:

    “– BEGIN — Do your configuration here”

    • This topic was modified 5 years, 3 months ago by Gwinda.
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