Noah Ivaldi wrote:Fffff- That explains everything! I just tried using a preview of one of the default styles, and everything was working. Aww, man. I don't know how to edit my style data. I don't suppose that this is gonna' be a simple matter of making copy pasta, is it . . .?
yes, that is exactly how you do it.
any MOD you install will have a install.xml file . you open that file in your browser.
it will have step by step install instructions for the whole MOD. included in those instructions will be the edits needed for the style files.
you follow those instructions. it will tell you which file to open, which bit of code to find and will give you the code to add/replace whatever.
however, in some cases you can do this from automod.
once the MOD is installed, you can go back to the automod tab in the admin panel, click on the details link for the MOD. if there is a section at the bottom of the page that says:
"available changes" then you can make the changes to your style.
the box on the left will be where you choose which style your custom style is based on
( prosilver or subsilver2) and in the box on the right you choose your custom style.
it will attempt to make the correct changes to the correct files.