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#1 TechAngel85

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Posted 11 June 2017 - 08:40 PM

Notice:

As of STEP 2.2.8, we are only actively supporting Skyrim Legendayr Ed. (all DLCs) - We continue to 'passively' support other DLC/non-DLC configurations as an artifact of having done so previously. However, moving forward, all new content will assume Legendary Ed. We will gradually phase out information pertaining to limited DLC components.


Overview:
STEP 2.10.1 marks the start of our new versioning scheme and how releases are handled. All changes to the Guide between minor releases will now be released as a packaged "hotfix" release. 

Reviewed our version scheme for more information.

Since this is a community driven project and site, we would like to encourage users to tag mods they'd like to see in STEP. To do this, please add a 'testing' tag to the desired mods. This will allow us to filter the mods and review them. Mods that we think fit into the STEP project will be officially marked for testing and mods that do not will simply have the 'testing' tag removed.

Dev Guide v2.10.1
Changelog (subject to developmental updates)
Mods currently in Testing 
For replacers, the test case should be a high-quality screenshot compare. We don't need a lot, just two or three sets of compares on the thread marked [ TESTING ].

The idea is that testing --and logging of that activity on the threads-- will be touch & go for a lot of mods, and it should be pretty clear by anyone stumbling upon any mod thread what the end result is.

Let us know if you want to be a Mod Tester! We're always looking for official testers!
 

Changes for v2.10.1 (in no specific order)


 

2.10.1 Dev patches:



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Posted 11 June 2017 - 08:41 PM

Ah, so we are going with 2.10.1. I wasn't really sure.



#3 TechAngel85

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Posted 11 June 2017 - 09:07 PM

Yeah, the staff just has to remember that any changes at all to the guide (even updates to the mod pages) need to be held off as they will be leased as "hotfixes". This will mean more frequent updates, but the updates will also be smaller.




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