Can create Packs but not Import them

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  • #23010

    adesant
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    I have all the versions up to date. I create a pack, save and exit. Go to import packs, what directory am I looking for? I found a packs folder in C:\Program Files (x86)\Arkenforge Launcher\PackCreator\Packs with only an old pack in that i created ages ago on an earlier version. Where is my recently created pack? I know it’s saved because when i re-open the pack creator i can edit it… but it no where to be found on my system..

  • #23012

    Talarius
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    My packs are being created and put here …

    C:\Arkenforge\ArkenforgeLauncher\PackCreator\Packs

    Running Toolkit 0.3.0.22 and Pack creator 1.1.0.0

  • #23014

    adesant
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    Exactly the same version. Just checked and they appear to be there.. that’s really odd, I’m sure they weren’t before.. Probably my mess up. Close the thread.

  • #24114

    PatouLeFou
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    Exactly the same version. Just checked and they appear to be there.. that’s really odd, I’m sure they weren’t before.. Probably my mess up. Close the thread.

    I’ll have to go check that out because i’m having the same problem. However if I look at the file path that would mean it wouldn’t be saving in my data drive folder that i set up during install…. hmmmm? All my created packs would be going into my c: drive instead of my D: data drive Arkenforgedata folder.

  • #24172

    Siltoneous
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    First, thanks for the heads up. Solved my issue.

    Secondly, don’t stress the drive letter; just sub your particular install location. I’m not seeing my custom packs either, but after finding this thread, I simply subbed my own install path and found them. I.e. “T:\Tabletop\Arkenforge\Arkenforge\ArkenforgeLauncher\PackCreator\Packs” in my case. And no, the duplicate is not a typo; the installer took it upon itself to add the duplicate on it’s own. grrr…. <nitpick> At least Tell me it’s going to do that with a simple full path reminder on install. </nitpick> =)

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