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Appolagies if this is a duplicate of something, I did search and didn't find anything.
I'm not very sure about that, it must be the current version though.
For putting in mods manually in steam, go to Program Files (x86 if you have 64bit)/Steam/Steam Apps/common/Rimworld/Mods to find the mods folder.
Start Rimworld and select "mods" from the menu, here you can activate and deactivate mods.
Users that log in from a secondary location may find that their existing saves on the Cloud do not sync to the new machine.Some say that the definition of insanity is “doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting a different result.” That’s stupid.The real definition of insanity is “automatically publishing the contents of your game source repository to a public Steam branch twice a day.” What the hell does that even mean?If you cannot start your game after enabling a mod, navigate to your user folder (c:/users/username) make sure you have "hidden folders and folders" on and go to "App Data" (by searching %appdata% in windows search, making sure you are on the folder not on another) then "Local Low".In here you should see a ludeon Studios folder, navigate to Rimworld/config and remove the offending mod from the Find the mod folder.