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Author Topic: What does the "no" option do when uploading a module?  (Read 2625 times)

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haji_da_musician

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What does the "no" option do when uploading a module?
« on: July 04, 2023, 21:10:19 »

I've seen mods uploaded with no account attached, and I'm trying to make sure the "no" option when uploading uploads the module without an account (if I'm uploading an old mod that isn't on the Mod Archive yet.) I have attached a jpeg that shows what button I'm talking about. (sorry about the test upload, i was trying to see if it uploaded the module without an attached account. silly me.) I read the help page, but I was kind-of confused.
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Re: What does the "no" option do when uploading a module?
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2023, 13:51:38 »

  • If you're uploading a module / modules made by you, select YES.
  • If you're uploading a module / modules not made by you with granted rights from the author, select NO

The "no" option makes the module or modules you upload not to be affiliated with you but only that you uploaded it, which only us screeners can see, but it wont be added to your account when it gets added to the archive.
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Re: What does the "no" option do when uploading a module?
« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2023, 19:07:32 »

thanks for the clarification!
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