By lmstearnWhat does it do?
Requirements: Windows- (mostly)
What to do?
Extract exe and run. Creates an ini file if one does not exist, else most extant ini files from 1.X are compatible.
Choose an empty slot to drag in or select desired program, and/or refer Help=->Getting Started.
What's Old and New in Version Releases? (current: 2.2 Beta)
Notes for Bethesda Game Modders:
Most players of Bethesda games would be happy with the popular mod launchers for executables- PrgLnch offers more flexibility for the more advanced modder:
Dedicated LnchPad Slots for each game Batch Presets for specific tasks Power Plans in Batch Runs Multi Monitor Support Much more This is an early Beta, so please post anything that doesn't seem right to you!
The mods have to be already installed on the rig before PrgLnch can use them. Extra LnchPad Slots can be setup to run for executable mods with command line options e.g. XEdit or Wrye Bash. As opposed to running game mods, it's not recommended to launch the games themselves or via script extender launchers in a Batch Preset along with other Prgs. A Batch Preset with just the game by itself, or its extender launcher is preferred, with astute regard to the launch settings in the PrgLnch Options. The 12 mods for each game were chosen mainly on popularity and usability. As the choice was subjective, suggestions to the inclusion of alternative LnchPad Slots are very welcome. The decision to choose either Vortex or MO2: Chose MO2 because it was subjectively assumed it was more likely to benefit from PrgLnch than Vortex. The original intention was to avoid inclusion of them altogether (something like: A launcher doth not pant for the binary form of another )
Nothing to do with Skyrim, or modding at all (unless you know what a .GOG file does), this is an archive of an old Web Comic called "Diary of a Crazed Mimbanite" uploaded because my old HDD corrupted one archive and, to my knowledge, there is no over archive of all 120-odd extant issues.
The Diary of a Crazed Mimbanite lampoons Star Wars, old and (then) new via the adventures of the strong-jawed but none too bright Cliff Nerfherder and his allies in the Rebel Alliance.
The original artist was Al MacDonald, all credit to him, and the comics go up to just before the release of Episode III.
I hope you find them as amusing as I have.