Our Red String JDMOD [0.9FINAL.c] Overview:
Thread updated: 2021-November-18
Game | Creator: Our Red String APK Download | Eva Kiss
Modder: JohnDupont – Patreon – Discord
Mod Version: 0.9FINAL.c
Game Version: 0.9FINAL.c
Our Red String Changelog [0.9FINAL.c] :
- Minor change: Improved Save Description ; - Minor change: Improved End of Chapter Saves ; - Bugfixes.
- For PC, Linux and Mac, follow these instructions.
- For Android, the mod would need to be installed before porting the game and releasing an official port would be a clear violation of Patreon’s Community Guidelines.
Our Red String JDMOD [0.9FINAL.c] Download Links:
“When will you update the mod?”
I usually release content on Sunday and I sometimes post information about my progress on Discord. The last time I updated this thread early, it got deleted and I received a warning from F95 staff. Therefore it’s very likely this post isn’t up-to-date and the update might be available on Patreon.
“The game crashes when I open the game. Can you help?”
You need to delete your persistent data.
It’s a file named “persistent” that you’ll find in the following folder:
- for Windows: %APPDATA%\RenPy\RedString-1574621830
- for MacOS: ~/Library/RenPy/RedString-1574621830
- for Linux: ~/.renpy/RedString-1574621830
“Is the current version of the JDMOD compatible with the new version of the game?”
The mod is forward compatible to some extend. If the mod is in its FINAL version, it will switch to the unmodded version automatically upon reaching the end of the modded content. If the mod is in its ALPHA/BETA version, it will work with the new version but won’t contain the changes. Since the BETA version contains mostly proofreading, I don’t usually release both an ALPHA and a BETA version but I release bugfixed versions when needed.
“I tried loading an old save with the new version and got the following exception: Couldn’t find a place to stop rolling back. Perhaps the script changed in an incompatible way.”. Can you help?
Because the script changes from one version to the next, there are compatibility issues with the saves. This isn’t specific to the JDMOD. With the JDMOD, upon reaching the end of a chapter, the save screen will appear automatically and it should be safe to save there.Saves aren’t compatible between modded and unmodded versions.
The mod is forward compatible and will switch to the unmodded version automatically upon reaching the end of the modded content.