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Add disable/enable for version patches #1082

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ThePixelNerd opened this Issue Jun 17, 2015 · 4 comments

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ThePixelNerd commented Jun 17, 2015

I would like to recommend/request the ability to turn off items like forge or liteloader in the same way you can mods. Right now if I want to disable liteloader or forge I either delete them or go into the instance folder and add .disabled at the end of the filename and it would be nice to have a checkbox to toggle just like the mods.

@peterix peterix changed the title from Feature Request to Add disable/enable for version patches Jun 22, 2015

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peterix commented Jun 22, 2015

Will do, in the wonko branch

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peterix commented Jan 29, 2016

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peterix commented Nov 27, 2017

This is going to be in next stable.

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GH-1082 allow disabling components
Currently only ones that are removable and aren't dep-only
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peterix commented Dec 3, 2017

Added in develop.

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