ModPack Tutorial

ModPack Tutorial

Modpacks are a quick and easy way to share multiple mods in one file. Other uses include creating backups, and creating sets that can be swapped.

In this tutorial we will be exploring how to make ModPacks and import ModPacks.

Making a ModPack

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Make ModPack

First we open the Modpack Creator window by clicking on Make ModPack in the Mods Menu

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ModPack Creator

This window will populate with a list of all the mods that are in the modlist.

Name – The items name.

Map – The Texture Map or Data type

Race – The Race associated with the mod, if any.

Num – The variant number of the mod, if any.

Part – The part or subcategory of the mod.

Active – True or False depending on whether the mod is active.

Saving the ModPack File

Select the mods you would like to share, you may want to rename the file, or you may leave it as the default name.
Then click the create button, and you are done.

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ModPack Directory

Your ModPack is now ready to be shared, simply share the ttmp file with anyone you'd like.

Importing a ModPack

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Import ModPack

First we open the File Select window by clicking on Import ModPack in the Mods Menu

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FIle Select Window

This window will automatically open to the ModPacks folder in your Documents/TexTools Directory.
You may want to place any downloaded ModPacks in this folder, but they can be opened from anywhere on your computer.

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ModPack Importer

Once you have selected the ModPack you would like to import, you are taken to the ModPack Importer window.
All files in the ModPack are automatically selected, but can be unselected.

Once you click on the Import button you are done.

Name – The items name.

Map – The Texture Map or Data type

Race – The Race associated with the mod, if any.

Part – The part or subcategory of the mod.

Num – The variant number of the mod, if any.

Existing – True or False depending on whether you already have that item modified.