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  1. KoBRaAndrey
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    Added experimental feature - mods enabler. It will check for mods in game directory and enable it all at each start.
    Mods will be added to Fallout76Custom.ini in correct category (sResourceArchive2List/sResourceStartUpArchiveList).
    As well it checks for mod conflicts and will show message if it exists.
    At first start you will choose to enable / disable this feature. If you want change this settings later - simply remove mods.txt near exe.
    You can use this feature without steam. Just simple launch game from this executable.
    Please report bugs directly to github (https://github.com/SomeOneUnknown/Fallout76Proxy/issues)
  2. SentinelofSteel
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    Doesn't seem to work any longer for me, I boot it up and the Overlay shows up for the Bethesda Launcher but not the actual game, do you know why it has done this? Problem has only now shown up today but not any of the other number of times I play.
  3. mrkox12321
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    Application changes in Fallout76Custom.ini this line "sResourceArchive2List=SeventySix - 00UpdateMain.ba2, SeventySix - 00UpdateStream.ba2, SeventySix - 00UpdateTextures.ba2" into this line "sResourceArchive2List = SeventySix - ATX_Main.ba2, SeventySix - ATX_Textures.ba2" so that make textures broke (minigun is ping now, and break atomic shop). You have to change it :)
    My english is broken, i know that xd
  4. Vex1s
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    hey, I like the new feature! Just a suggestion: can you make it so we can override a warning? some mods still work even if they conflict and I would like to be able to keep the feature on instead of turning it off.
  5. Khajiirah
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    I did add my Fallout76.exe as non steam game, done!

    So i wonder why someone should download your Mod here? Strange.
    1. KoBRaAndrey
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      You need manually enter login every time, when update comes - manually update game.
      This mod solve problems above.
      You can compile mod using sources on github (https://github.com/SomeOneUnknown/Fallout76Proxy) or decompile executable using dotPeek or another software. So it's completely secure for using
    2. mokazel
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      I use GloSC to run the launcher (rather than this mod) and map my wireless ps4 controller using full steam controller configuration via direct play. I don't actually want the steam overlay, so I'm not sure what is gained by using it. Since I run the launcher, I also don't have to be concerned with manual login.

      And, by the way, the GloSC solution applies to many other games than Fallout 76. I also use it for Blizzard Launcher and Destiny 2.
  6. chrisfand
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    You can just add this to your .ini to avoid having to type your login instead of using a custom executable.

    [Login]
    s76UserName=USERNAME_HERE
    s76Password=PASSWORD_HERE
    1. hex77x
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      this, plus adding non-steam game is all that is needed, the executable never even calls for the launcher...

      just a clarification, you add it to Fallout76Custom.ini not the main or prefs inis.
    2. KoBRaAndrey
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      I like this method but it creates security issue. Any app can steal your login & password since it not encrypted. And remove character for example
    3. digibluez
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      what do you mean by app, i rather use that, than some exe file.
    4. Terrain22
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      True, but what app would check your ENTIRE hard drive(s) just for login credentials to ONE GAME? Pretty unusual isn't it? If you're THAT scared someone will steal your credentials to a game just use BitLocker or some other encryption program. (BitLocker comes with windows but any encryption program should work)

      and if you're so sensitive that you wouldn't trust an encrypted drive, or even the one file, use a usb stick or some s*** and unplug it when ur not starting fo76, like just plug it in for a couple secs each time u play fo76
  7. fuegopescado
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    I'm not sure why but my game is crashing while using this. I love it and I want it to work as I prefer to use SC in game.
    Here's an error log:
    Faulting application name: Fallout76.exe, version: 1.0.3.17, time stamp: 0x5c1821a3
    Faulting module name: gameoverlayrenderer64.dll, version: 4.83.53.91, time stamp: 0x5bfc546c
    Exception code: 0xc0000005
    Fault offset: 0x00000000000bccf4
    Faulting process id: 0x2d44
    Faulting application start time: 0x01d498ba35f64e81
    Faulting application path: C:\program files (x86)\bethesda.net launcher\games\Fallout76\Fallout76.exe
    Faulting module path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\gameoverlayrenderer64.dll
    Report Id: 2d15278e-bff2-4ef0-a64d-8833923a2acf
    Faulting package full name:
    Faulting package-relative application ID:

    ----------------------------------------another log

    Fault bucket 1750438310626268953, type 4
    Event Name: APPCRASH
    Response: Not available
    Cab Id: 0

    Problem signature:
    P1: Fallout76.exe
    P2: 1.0.3.17
    P3: 5c1821a3
    P4: gameoverlayrenderer64.dll
    P5: 4.83.53.91
    P6: 5bfc546c
    P7: c0000005
    P8: 00000000000bccf4
    P9:
    P10:

    Attached files:
    \\?\C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\Temp\WER8056.tmp.dmp
    \\?\C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\Temp\WER8289.tmp.WERInternalMetadata.xml
    \\?\C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\Temp\WER829A.tmp.xml
    \\?\C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\Temp\WER8298.tmp.csv
    \\?\C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\Temp\WER82B8.tmp.txt

    These files may be available here:
    C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportArchive\AppCrash_Fallout76.exe_978fe55ce234c79786932a8b94f63e74a4debfd9_4d8b5cc0_2c7b8509

    Analysis symbol:
    Rechecking for solution: 0
    Report Id: 2d15278e-bff2-4ef0-a64d-8833923a2acf
    Report Status: 268435456
    Hashed bucket: 3576fb0b24ac5a57984ace5e8a1d1719
    Cab Guid: 0
  8. ivanfabric
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    I am getting this error: Fallout 76 failed to launch. Please validate the game files and try again.

    Might be because of my ini changes? I don't want to validate and loose my ini tweaks.
    1. KoBRaAndrey
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      Is this message from Fallout 76.exe? Can you send screenshot?
    2. Khajiirah
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      You don't need this mod, just add your Standard Fallout76.exe as non steam game and launch it, thats all. ANd it's more safe, so nobody grab your user informations or login.
  9. baronsolace
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    windows defender keeps deleting the rar saying its a virus.
    1. KoBRaAndrey
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      https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/475778764dcad830ce51344c595835f6f62cba4feb785a6e59a84b80151e8835/detection
    2. VisionHeavy
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      A virustotal scan doesnt mean anything dude. Virustotal only scans for known viruses. If you made a new one, they wouldn't have a hash to compare to. Hence it would turn up clean.
    3. KoBRaAndrey
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      VirusTotal scans file using 62 different antivirus software. Hash of file using to detect if file already scanned. This launcher written in C#, so you can easily decompile it and check source code. As well you can compile it from github. https://github.com/SomeOneUnknown/Fallout76Proxy
    4. 1Kurgan1
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      How do we bypass this? Chrome just kills it, I been using the first version, it downloaded with no issue. I just been manually closing the launcher. The new version just won't download.

      I believe it's safe, but how do I download it if it just stops the download?
    5. ei8htzer0
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      Seeing the same here. Both Firefox and Chrome remove the file, saying it's unsafe.
    6. KoBRaAndrey
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      How about github link?

      https://github.com/SomeOneUnknown/Fallout76Proxy/releases/latest
    7. 1Kurgan1
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      That worked, thanks! Great mod btw!
    8. ei8htzer0
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      Works! Very nice.
    9. eternalarianne
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      You can get around it by adding .exe as an exclusion in the Windows Defender Security Center.
  10. thorope
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    You shouldn't need this? I just added FO76 exe to Steam and it works fine, doesn't even launch Bethesda Launcher, it just plays.
    1. KoBRaAndrey
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      But you need to sign in every time. This mod to bypass it.
    2. Freso
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      There's allegedly an INI setting that makes the game log you in for you so you don't need to do it manually on every start.
    3. ivanfabric
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      Do you happen to know what the setting is? Signing in drives me nuts already. I hate that this game isn't on Steam.
  11. TomBigBee
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    Thanks, this worked for me. I had to use Firefox to download it though because IE and Chrome failed due to virus warnings.
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