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Hi there. Do you often play by night with a dim light in your room ? Can you hear voices in your head from your eyes bleeding, telling you to stop this visual ordeal you're inflicting them ? We've got you covered ! A. Smoke FX replacement As it states, it aims to replace the super bright smoke textures that may be overwhelming the field of view, without completely masking them. Originals: - Burn + Blazing Aura + Irradiated ground. Oooooouh, this 10G candela source, neon-like feeling. Like the ground is going to melt 😛 - Fire Control > Fire Cages Remember not to let Fire-powered young heroes to play near dry bushes. You never know what can happen. - With mod applied, same set of powers Now you can play by night without wearing sunglasses, isn't that great ? 😛 No turning off your screen when playing was not a good idea. Available on CoH Modder as Dimmer smoke particles FX. As stated in the mod description, smoke particles use a generic texture that is used in many, many places. The more you know... This is intended to let the visual FX somehow visible but in a less annoying way. If you're looking for a complete removal of smoke and many other texture improvements, have a look at @therealtitanman Texture, Animation Sprite, UI, Texture Mod pack. B. Generic ring - slighly improved This one intends to add some sophistication from a, well, generic, simple ring. What do you see in this thing ? Magic, arcane stuff ? Pseudo-3D liquid bubbles ? Some fantasy sharp blades, maybe ? It's up to you ! As per the other one before it's a widely used texture... many things, sometimes unexpected, will be changed. Originals: Telekinetic Blast: Radiation Siphon: Summoning the Thunder !! I mean... an Ice Storm. With mod applied: Available on CoH Modder as Slighly improved generic ring. Enjoy 🙂
Talking about modding City or the new Homecoming Installer, I keep referring to the City Install Root, often shortened to '<root>'. It's where all the files of your City install are located. For the new HC Installer, it's everything, as all programs, library, settings, etc live in the files under that location. So, how to find it if you can't remember where it is. For the new HC Installer, just click on the gear icon in the upper right of its main window to get its Settings window. Install Location is stated front and centre (here to the default path). Note you can install the HC Launcher many times in different locations, as all are independent and use different links to start their respective Launchers. But only one install is needed to access everything including the Beta Shards and Multiboxing. For the Tequila installer, find the shortcut you use to launch Tequila, right-click on it, and select Properties. The Install Location is the "Start in" folder. If you happened to use Island Rum, it's found via its shortcut, similar to Tequila. In my install, it always had its own folder under the City Install Root. Here <root> is "C:\Prog\PL". I never got Island Rum and Tequila to co-exist, so I had to use a separate install location.