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The EE Mod Setup Tool (for windows) Overwiew EET installs get more complex now that more and diverse mods are available to enhance the basic game. K4thos, the EET author recommended BWS for save installs when he started the project. However, original BWS has lost the supporters it had in the past and slowly decayed. This tool is aiming to provide similar functionality to mod EE games in large scale. The BWS-EE is a fork from Big World Setup (BWS old) which was originally created by dabus. BWS-EE is streamlined to serve EE game installations in a way that is up-to-date and maintainable still. While the tool was mainly intended to support EET, it also can be used to mod other EE games as listed below. Features: - assistance for creating your own customized game with any number of mods - downloading current versions of selected mods - easy mod installation for EET - correct install order of mods/components - merges SoD DLC with BGEE if needed - handle mod and components conflicts and dependencies - apply interim fixes when needed. - use players' tested compilations - save your own compilations for re-use or sharing Supported games: - Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition (standalone game) - Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition (standalone game) - Enhanced Edition Trilogy EET( BG1:EE + SoD + BG2:EE ) - Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition - Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition Supported mods - All actively maintained or properly completed ones! (make a pull request if there is a mod you want added) DOWNLOAD Mod requests : Create a pull request https://github.com/EE-Mod-Setup/EE-Mod-Setup or post a request at: Support https://baldursextendedworld.com/Install-Tool/ Changelog https://github.com/EE-Mod-Setup/EE-Mod-Setup/commits/master
573 downloadsNote: This package has not been updated in several years. For more recent highlighters, we recommend checking out Argent77's excellent WeiDU highlighters for Notepad++ at Spellhold Studios. This is a copy of NotePad++'s userDefineLang.xml file, usually found either in the install directory or within the following directory: users/myname/appdata/roaming/notepad++ The language has the following user defined languages filled out with almost all IESDP data currently available, with the following mapping: name="WeiDU_BAF" ext="baf" name="WeiDU_tp2" ext="tp2" name="WeiDU_d" ext="d" If you have already defined your own languages within NotePad++, copy the entries from this version. If you have not, then overwrite your version with this one, and restart NotePad++. Have fun modding! -cmorgan