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    Originally posted by stallionsden View Post
    Oh the quest is a great idea you should look into it. You get a quest do it and your reward would be a friendly animal even tho maybe a 1 off use type few where it will attack other enemies but after that I would say it prolly just stand there til the next enemy came along lol
    It might be doable. Might look more into it during the Thanksgiving break ^n.n^

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      Anyone know of a good open file hosting service that doesn't require an account and isn't laden with spying and stupidity like Google captchas and such? Mega is fairly open but you need an account to upload.

      I ask because I'd like a download link here that doesn't require a forum account to download the mod.

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        Originally posted by Swiftpaw View Post
        Anyone know of a good open file hosting service that doesn't require an account and isn't laden with spying and stupidity like Google captchas and such? Mega is fairly open but you need an account to upload.

        I ask because I'd like a download link here that doesn't require a forum account to download the mod.
        Most use github which the user downloading doesnt need to sign in. but there is a new one in the discussion tab in mods thread that might suit your requirements. 7 days to die mods or something.

        https://7daystodie.com/forums/showthread.php?137966-7-Days-to-Die-Mods-Website

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          Originally posted by stallionsden View Post
          Most use github which the user downloading doesnt need to sign in. but there is a new one in the discussion tab in mods thread that might suit your requirements. 7 days to die mods or something.

          https://7daystodie.com/forums/showth...e-Mods-Website
          Pretty sure that site only lists mods, it doesn't host them. EDIT: I'm completely wrong, either I didn't notice or it's a new feature of that site.

          Personally I'd go with either Github or Gitlab. You need to sign up, but both are good, you can use them for version control, and the mod launcher can integrate with them pretty easily.

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            Originally posted by stallionsden View Post
            Most use github which the user downloading doesnt need to sign in. but there is a new one in the discussion tab in mods thread that might suit your requirements. 7 days to die mods or something.

            https://7daystodie.com/forums/showth...e-Mods-Website
            Interesting, thanks! I wonder how you update a mod once you publish it? I don't see any login section anywhere. I don't want to have to fill out that whole big mod upload section every time I release a version. ^^

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              Originally posted by khzmusik View Post
              Pretty sure that site only lists mods, it doesn't host them. EDIT: I'm completely wrong, either I didn't notice or it's a new feature of that site.

              Personally I'd go with either Github or Gitlab. You need to sign up, but both are good, you can use them for version control, and the mod launcher can integrate with them pretty easily.
              Both use Google captchas, allowing Google to spy on websites you visit and every time you log into them, and Github is now owned by Microsoft, so those are both big nopes, but thanks for the suggestions!

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                Wow, https://7daystodiemods.com/ is actually just storing files on Github, and requires you to allow connections to Google to download mods. Because Google must always know everything you're doing! I'll keep looking.

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                  Originally posted by Swiftpaw View Post
                  Wow, https://7daystodiemods.com/ is actually just storing files on Github, and requires you to allow connections to Google to download mods. Because Google must always know everything you're doing! I'll keep looking.
                  If you're looking for something free, then you're going to be looking for a very, very long time. The few sites that don't use Google's reCAPTCHA use something equivalent, probably run by companies who are even less scrupulous about your data than Google.

                  It would be easier to see if you can use something like Buster, or to clear cookies and close your browser after signing up for one of the Git services - AFAIK neither requires reCAPTCHA once you've created an account (GitHub doesn't at least).

                  Otherwise, you'll probably have to pay for your own website.

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                    Originally posted by khzmusik View Post
                    If you're looking for something free, then you're going to be looking for a very, very long time. The few sites that don't use Google's reCAPTCHA use something equivalent, probably run by companies who are even less scrupulous about your data than Google.

                    It would be easier to see if you can use something like Buster, or to clear cookies and close your browser after signing up for one of the Git services - AFAIK neither requires reCAPTCHA once you've created an account (GitHub doesn't at least).

                    Otherwise, you'll probably have to pay for your own website.
                    Google makes money in every way they possibly can from your data, like Microsoft and all the others, so I doubt anyone could do worse!

                    I'm going with Mega, which has no captchas, Google spying, or Microsoft spying.

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                      Use gitlab.

                      It lets users download your project folders individually too. Downside is it can be a bit slow, but hey.

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                        Can you make a version so they aren't invincible because certain quests wants you to kill animals .

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                          Originally posted by KhaineGB View Post
                          Use gitlab.

                          It lets users download your project folders individually too. Downside is it can be a bit slow, but hey.
                          It's just a single zip file, so not a big deal, Mega works fine for now.

                          Originally posted by FartyParty View Post
                          Can you make a version so they aren't invincible because certain quests wants you to kill animals .
                          You can reject quests.
                          Last edited by Roland; 12-23-2019, 03:51 AM.

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                            Friendly Animals 3.2 released!

                            Change Log:
                            3.2:
                            * Removed anti-friendly animal quests, so you won't get any useless quests anymore.

                            Upcoming features:
                            Fresh meat rebalancing.
                            Zombie tracking skill?
                            Friendly Animal compass feature returning?

                            We shall see!

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                              A couple of points for people coming to comment in this thread.

                              Swiftpaw is in charge of Swiftpaw's own mod. You don't get to bully them into doing something they don't want to do, or out of doing something they do want to do. Secondly, as far as I'm aware, there is no established policy that one modder gets to approve which other mods are compatible with theirs.

                              Swiftpaw: This is your mod thread, so you get some latitude on how cut & dry versus open to wider commentary it is. You can just respond to suggestions by saying you weren't interested in implementing their suggestion. But if you go on to comment on what you consider moral or immoral, you effectively open the floor to debate on that point. Once you go there, you can't expect to be protected from a rebuttal just because it's your thread.

                              Finally, please everyone observe forum policy on meta-forum commentary (rule 21). Do not derail threads by getting into who broke what rule here. So just report posts or don't, without announcing or discussing the reporting. Other users will see if and when action is taken against them.
                              Last edited by Roland; 12-23-2019, 03:57 AM.

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                                You should add a book to your mod that reads: A deer walks out of a bar. “Man, I can’t believe I just blew fifty bucks in there.”

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