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I added to the override folder the four subfolders I downloaded from the Nexus mods site, namely the folders for the extended Community Patch as well as the icons, keywords & typos. Each of these folders have several subfolders as well. Do I need to remove the files from their folders, and place them all in the override folder?

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No, but you can take all the folders that now lie in the override folder and put them into one subfolder, for example ..\override\community_patch\

Don't think that's the trick but it won't hurt to try it I guess. :)

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Deadfire Community Patch: Nexus Mods

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15 hours ago, Boeroer said:

No, but you can take all the folders that now lie in the override folder and put them into one subfolder, for example ..\override\community_patch\

Don't think that's the trick but it won't hurt to try it I guess. :)

Boeroer, that worked! I created a community_patch subfolder in the override folder and Community Patch now shows up in my game's mod manager. Thank you so much for this suggestion!

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