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  1. jakelad
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    Webroot flags the .dll as malware (W32.Gen.Pak)...
  2. cloveboop
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    Here's a fix if the mod is not loading:
    Edit the mod.json file to replace any periods in the Id field with an underscore.
    The second line should say:

    "Id": "frigidpenguin_PrawnsuitVolumetricLights",

    Save the file and the mod should load properly now.
    This tiny solution helped me get 3 other mods working.
  3. ForcedUser666
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    Will it confilct with WhiteLights?
    https://www.nexusmods.com/subnautica/mods/59
    1. Vylayan
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      Does not seem to conflict.
    2. frigidpenguin
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      Thanks for checking. I added it to the mod description.
  4. Batai341
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    Many thanks for your mods!

    I just installed this and Vortex is saying there is a conflict with CyclopsNearFieldSonar. I am ignoring it for the moment until after I get a prawn suit and a cyclops.
    1. silencer711
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      Can Confirm!

      VORTEX:
      1 Conflicting File---------source/entry.cs


      EDIT: Posted into the BUGS section =)
    2. caffeinatedNetling
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      It's a source file. It doesn't matter as it is not used by the mod, it was used by the author to make the mod and then left in. It's just an oversight on the part of both mod authors, who should have put their source either on github or as an optional download if they intended to distribute it.
      Just set a random load order in vortex to make it stop complaining.
  5. PrimeSonic
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    My dude, don't include the source file as part of the regular download.

    Either make it a separate/optional download or (better yet) put the source code on an online, public repository.
    Github is free. Bitbucket works too.
  6. Ferdey
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    Nice
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