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  1. Signed up. I might be there. Can't say 100%.
  2. Sunday Night Convoy Time: 16:00 UTC/17:00BST Start: Bergen [NO] End: Lublin [PL] Route is as follows: We will meet at the service station in Bergin. There is parking inside, and also just outside of it as well if we need that much space. As usual, if you don't have a route exactly from Bergin to Lublin, get a job to Lublin and then teleport to Bergin.
  3. Late notice. I will not be there. Can't get the mods installed in time and odds are I won't even be at home during the event anyway.
  4. Good news though. Valve announced that they will be removing the payment feature for mods! (for now) http://steamcommunity.com/games/SteamWorkshop/announcements/detail/208632365253244218
  5. True, you can keep going to the nexus sites to get your mods. I've never been a big fan of the workshop when there's already long time established sites like the Nexus that have more modding possibilities than the workshop. The system could work if it was implemented right. The problem that lies here is that Valve is trying to fix something that isn't broken. Modders for a long time in the TES community have had donation options and people use them. Valve is taking 75% of a donation for something they had no hand in. Players that buy a mod get a one day grace period to get their money back no questions asked. After that, you're out of luck. Valve says "please ask nicely for the mod to be fixed" to those who find themselves outside the grace period. To me, that's unfair. Also, if you have ever downloaded a mod from the Nexus, you'd know that some mods are based on others. If someone is making money off of a mod that requires the use of another's mod, shouldn't the other guy get included too? There's also been quite a few people that have had their mods stolen from the Nexus, uploaded to the Workshop, and then had a price tag put on them. Anyway, it's a very complex issue. If you want a rundown of it, watch TB's video. He does a good job (as always) of explaining the situation. Also check reddit. Seems like they have a second by second update to what's going on as some things have changed since Valve announced the system.
  6. I had to read the title several times to make sure I had it down right.
  7. Welcome to the forums!
  8. Read the post here. I think this is awesome! I personally like that I can have certain wheels without the stupid writing on them!
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