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Put 1.1.0 back in the list for manual build selection please....

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Correct me if I am wrong, but voltz is really just the UE mods and forge, right? That is less than 15 mods. You could install the correct versions into vanilla by hand in a few minutes and have whatever version you want. I don't get the problem. If you have the wrong version of some mod, just change your installed version.

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im having a different problem i was running latest version of voltz and when they pulled it i lost everything but then i reinstalled everything including java and it then somehow allowed me to get all the files needed for the one i was using but the problem is i cant seem to load my map but i can make a new one but when i do make a new one i somehow am on 1 fps instead of my usual 60 on voltz and it shows a little box in the bottom left it says something mekanism: your running a outdated version of minecraft 1.4.7 (which i dont im running 1.5) and something about cpu and graphic issues

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When your server runs 1.1.0 and people cant connect because 1.1.0 its not on the launcher anymore only 1.0.13. that seems like a nice size of a problem. You clearly don't understand how version updates and mod packs work.

This is the risk taken on by server owners when you use a development build.

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This is the risk taken on by server owners when you use a development build.

1.1.0 was more stable than 1.0.11(rec.) for me atleast.

i think they should focus on making a large update, bug free and it is a rec. build. when will this happen?

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You do realize that it depends in great part on the mods themselves, right? No one knows, they will keep making new versions and perhaps they will run into a stable build. You just don't know until you run the game for a while.

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You do realize that it depends in great part on the mods themselves, right? No one knows, they will keep making new versions and perhaps they will run into a stable build. You just don't know until you run the game for a while.

thats true...

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