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  1. Explain what the title of this section means
  2. post the log. I suppose you already know where to get it by now. Use a pastebin site, as the attachments on the forum doesn't work. we can't and we wont help you with FTB launcher, as we are not responsible for other launchers here
  3. you most likely have a java with 32-bit because you allowed it to auto-detect through the website which java you need. Java's site checks your web browser (firefox, chrome) which bit it requires. Firefox is a 32-bit pick the offline 64-bit, install it and make sure through the Launcher Options that the launcher uses the 64-bit
  4. it's just folders. Copy - paste them I don't know if the login will work.
  5. if you can't read section titles and their descriptions, how can you follow instructions on making a server then? Off Topic is not for server making discussions. Off topic is for anything except Minecraft discussions
  6. custom pack issues belong in Platform Pagoda Moved
  7. dont make 2-3 new topics when the issue is the same modpack. Stay on this topic. Post your link to your modpack here
  8. Potluck is for advertising. Pagoda is for tech help. Moved
  9. Potluck is for advertising. Pagoda is for tech help with custom packs. Moved
  10. I recall these translations are not made by Technic, but the community itself. So someone from Czech made that with an S. Technic does not check these translations, as far as I know
  11. Technic launcher has the vanilla "modpack" (it's just vanilla). That is the clean client. You choose a version for it - 1.7.10 or whichever - click and download it. Start a world to see if it works. Now follow steps 1 and 2
  12. so many things wrong you did there. 1) you did not test the mods in a clean client. You run one mod on minecraft. Then close the game and put another and again start minecraft. You do this for every single mod to see if there are any conflicts and see if the mod(s) works. 2) when you run a mod once, a config file is born. this file belongs in the config folder that you include in your modpack folder. So no, you do not upload 2 folders, you upload 3 - bin, mods and config 3) the end of the dropbox address needs to end with a dl=1 redo it all. download the mod, run it by minecraft once and a config file needs to generate. then put another mod in and run minecraft again. If you have 50 mods then you run minecraft 50 times.
  13. there are only 2 people on our Discord that has any power on Platform, with the exception of the admins. But they consider name changing a very low priority, so try asking in Discord and cross your fingers that you'll be noticed
  14. take into account that there are hundreds of thousands of people playing with the launcher, ever since it launched back in 2011. The launcher was open source to the public from day one. There were plenty of programmers back in those days as there are now. If they had seen anything that would seem suspicious, Technic would be under the gigantic magnifying glass of the Internet.