Your Data folder isn't a comprehensive list of the mods you have installed. That likely doesn't matter now though, don't worry about it.MewtwoFanz wrote:https://photos.app.goo.gl/D5tL5NWc9R49J1QY8
Here's a list of my currently installed mods. I hilighted the ones that are not DI or spore galactic adventures' regular files. Hope this helps
Yeah...I was kinda suspecting that that was the case.MewtwoFanz wrote:Hey, guess what I just found out! It has NOTHING to do with Dark Injections, it's the Modapi Launcher!
That would be Emd...though admittedly I've been largely responsible for maintaining the Spore ModAPI Launcher Kit for the past year or so.MewtwoFanz wrote:I don't remember who created the modapi launcher, though.
That would most likely explain the problem, yes. If not the problem, then it's definitely a problem, and one we should look into resolving...MewtwoFanz wrote:So, after doing some looking around on my laptop's files, I think I have more than one ModAPI Launchers installed.
1. Choose one of the Spore ModAPI Launcher Kits you wish to keep, and make sure it's up to date (v220.127.116.11 as of writing this). The version is listed in the bottom-left corner of the Spore ModAPI Easy Uninstaller.MewtwoFanz wrote:How do I fix this
2. Use the Spore ModAPI Easy Uninstaller from the Spore ModAPI Launcher Kit you did NOT choose to keep to uninstall all of the mods you installed using that Spore ModAPI Launcher Kit.
3. Reinstall all of the mods you just uninstalled, this time using the Spore ModAPI Easy Installer from the Spore ModAPI Launcher Kit you DID choose to keep.
4. Delete the Spore ModAPI Launcher Kit you chose NOT to keep.
No, that's completely unnecessary. Metaphorically speaking, that's like asking someone to custom-build you a new engine specifically for your car...because your car has a flat tire.MewtwoFanz wrote:and could somebody make a version of the ModAPI Launcher that can fix this problem and let spore run correctly?