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RF2 keeps re-subsribing to unsubscribed steam workshop mods

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Not sure If I have something messed up,
I don't launch RF2 too often these days, but when I do ( maybe once a month) I seem to be getting lot of "updating packages"
but what's weird, the content I see there are things I did unsubscribe from , I don't want these
why does it keep installing them?

is there another way to manage installed packages and subscription ?

I use the new UI, using the public_beta, in case that has anything to do with it
 
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Not sure If I have something messed up,
I don't launch RF2 too often these days, but when I do ( maybe once a month) I seem to be getting lot of "updating packages"
but what's weird, the content I see there are things I did unsubscribe from , I don't want these
why does it keep installing them?

is there another way to manage installed packages and subscription ?

I use the new UI, using the public_beta, in case that has anything to do with it
While at it, how do you manage to unsubscribe (other than from by unsubscribing individually in steam).... like is there a local folder it reads from?
 
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While at it, how do you manage to unsubscribe (other than from by unsubscribing individually in steam).... like is there a local folder it reads from?
withing the game - with new UI - there is a page to manage content and you can delete stuff from there,
but for subscribe/unsubscribe taht only steam thing, althoug again , in game you can see steam subscribed contentandcan unsubscribe from there

I was about to complaing about unfinished Porsche ! and then I remember it's mine :D
 
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Gevatter

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It's only being generated after you first started rF2 after a new installation, so if you don't have it backed up somewhere, you'll have to start rF2 with your internet disconnected once, that should generate it without subscribing you to everything.
 
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Durge Driven

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So answer is too disable all workshop items :O_o:

Start Steam , click on rF2 in list, click workshop , slick BROWSE click SUBSCRIBED ITEMS

That will bring up EVERYTHING you have subscribed

Now you see a tab for each content says "subscribed " click all done and faster then unsubscribing from workshop list which makes you click forward and back for each content



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So answer is too disable all workshop items :O_o:

Start Steam , click on rF2 in list, click workshop , slick BROWSE click SUBSCRIBED ITEMS

That will bring up EVERYTHING you have subscribed

Now you can can see a tab for each content says "subscribed " click all done and faster then unsubscribing from workshop list which makes you click forward and back
yeah but you don't necessarily know which contect is which exactly , in case you have similar cars. Like Porsche911 gt3 :) there's quite a few versions of this butyeah
i think i'mall set
 

Durge Driven

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I don't get what you mean ? Like you can't find the car in list ?


All you need do is have mod manager open beside steam
click on item you want to remove

At bottom of mod manager is the name of car ...right ?
Highlight the car name then right click Copy then paste into search bar in rF2 workshop

For a Porsche just search PORSCHE in list and they will all come up together :x3:

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What I meant , based on naming, it might not be always obvious which mod I'm removing, compared to doing this through steam, where I see it visually , that is all I meant

you might quite easily delete wrong one

(when you do it from within RF2 in content > workshop)
 
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