Hi guys, especially those deeply into Rimworld, I am not... While I like the Steam workshop integration, I'd like to know if the auto updating of mods is a problem for savegames. about 350 KB/sec, and I have gta 5 installed on two computers, so I was wondering if I could somehow transfer the update once it's downloaded the the other computer.Yeah, I suppose I could back up the game and transfer it, but that would take longer than just downloading it twice.If you purchased the game on Steam, just sit back and relax. Incase an update is already out but Steam isn't showing it, restart Steam to force the update of its database.By default, Steam keeps all your games library up to date. If you purchased the game from that store, contact our support with the link below and we will provide you with a procedure to get the latest game version: https://support.NOTE: Please provide us the same email address used in the original order.The cancel button RESPONDS (i.e., gets "pressed" in looking), but never does anything. Before I run Steam, I just do a "sudo killall moblock", and it's fixed. By now blockcontrol (which you have installed, if you use mobloquer) supports allow lists.
I mean, it's gonna happen and people shouldn't be shocked when it does. If so it's the same setting, I just tested to make sure (changing one changes the other), though if there is a different setting let me know.
I would advise keeping a folder of these backups as it gives you a way to roll back unwanted updates at your leisure. This time the patch came out of nowhere, so I'm screwed until the next f4se comes out.