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Old 12-24-2013, 05:02 PM   #128
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Originally Posted by JayPee View Post
JSGME should offer the ability to place your mod folder outside your DCS root folder. E.g. at C:/downloads/DCS mods/. Saves you the trouble of constantly keeping a local mod respository and a seperate mod folder inside the root as well. If you change or update mods you just update the repository. Also nice when reinstalling DCS after a DCS root folder wipe.
You can do this using symbolic links in Vista and later. I keep DCS on a SDD for speed, but keep my mods on a conventional HDD and use symbolic links to put them in my GME Mods folder on the SDD. I recommend not using hard links or junctions, though; unlike symbolic links, deleting junctions or hard links will also remove the original data as well.
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