Curse Client Skyrim Support in Beta - Looking for Testers!

<center></center> Hey guys!
We're proud to announce that Skyrim and Oblivion will soon be integrated into our Curse Client! What we're looking for is a group of a testers who will be happy to grab this beta client and poke at every feature we have to give us as much detailed feedback as possible to make sure that this is the best product we could put out there! Both Skyrim mods and Oblivion mods are acceptable for this, so feel free to upload any older mods you may have created! We want you to test every aspect possible for the best variety of feedback. Features included in this beta test version will be:
  • Activation and Deactivation
  • Load Order sorting
  • Install and uninstall support
  • One click updates
  • Client-based addon discovery - Want more addons? Just click "Get More Addons" and select the proper game from the dropdown list!
Testing will begin <u>around Wednesday, November 30th</u>. Remember that this is just a first beta test as well; far more features are going to be implemented, especially ones that come from feedback from you guys! PM me, Wishfire, if you are interested!

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  • Avatar of darkdhanil darkdhanil Nov 26, 2011 at 22:16 UTC - 0 likes

    I will be happy to help you test it if u give me the chance.

  • Avatar of giskarduk giskarduk Nov 24, 2011 at 23:16 UTC - 0 likes

    Not a problem, I love modding and if there is one thing better than modding its talking about making mods with people that want to do it too.

    Trying to out do each other is also fun when it stays friendly and the after release chats explain various points but that is something that typically only happens inside modding teams made up of good friends. Too bad really because its the best part.

  • Avatar of Kaelten Kaelten Nov 24, 2011 at 00:03 UTC - 0 likes

    @giskarduk

    I'm hoping you're willing to help give us feedback on what we're working on. I read your post in the forums about how the system works, and I'm hoping that you'll be willing to give me many more earfuls of insight and experience. :)

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  • Avatar of giskarduk giskarduk Nov 23, 2011 at 22:26 UTC - 0 likes

    Load order sorting is helpful but its the first step down a path that leads to 10,000 threads from playings crying out for help because some fool told them if they mess with their load order, bash patch or merge their files they can run everything and it never works that way.

    I recommend stopping at that first step and not taking any more steps down that road with the curse client. If you want an example of a good helpful tool, look at Timeslips version of the Oblivion mod manager, not the newer ones. That tool did nothing but good to the community and is a great example of what a tool should do.

  • Avatar of giskarduk giskarduk Nov 23, 2011 at 22:18 UTC - 0 likes

    I was nosing around Beths forum, lurking because I refuse to use that site given what they let happen there and I came across a post from Darkone about a Nexus client and he seemed to refer to other sites clients not being open source. Kind of a back hander at this competition. At the time I had no idea who he was talking about, but now I understand, it seems you have him worried :)

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