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    7 Days to Die Mods Website

    Hello everyone. Actually, we should have start this topic before. But we were planning to promote our site if it get attention. So we started quietly.

    Now we are proud to introduce you to a new mod website that we think you will like very much.

    7 Days to Die Mods - https://7daystodiemods.com/

    Mod Upload Page: https://7daystodiemods.com/mod-upload/ (No file uploads. Only mod submission form. The title of the page causes some misunderstandings. Soon we may change the title.) This page will always be there if anyone wants to use it.

    We share all mods using the original download links. This is actually advertising your mods. So more people use mods through us.

    We don't want you to know us wrong. We don't get any revenue from the download links of the mods. Already we share original creator's download links.(also share creator's donate links)
    We only change the download links of people who upload their mods directly to the this forum.(zip files that cannot be downloaded without logging in.) So we have no any bad intentions.

    We only have one goal: provide people to download mods quickly and easily. (without to register anywhere). And most importantly, to give 7 Days to Die game a detailed, simple and easy to use mod website. Because all global games have similar mod sites.

    I think you'll like the website. People interest is increasing day by day. People loved it. They even started sharing it with friends. We are ready to listen to your suggestions.

    Regards.
    Last edited by Sinagrit Baba; 1 Day Ago at 10:50 AM. Reason: Mod upload page info edited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinagrit Baba View Post
    Hello everyone. Actually, we should have start this topic before. But we were planning to promote our site if it get attention. So we started quietly.

    Now we are proud to introduce you to a new mod website that we think you will like very much.

    7 Days to Die Mods - https://7daystodiemods.com/

    We share all mods using the original download links. This is actually advertising your mods. So more people use mods through us.

    We don't want you to know us wrong. We don't get any revenue from the download links of the mods. Already we share original creator's download links.(also share creator's donate links)
    We only change the download links of people who upload their mods directly to the this forum.(zip files that cannot be downloaded without logging in.) So we have no any bad intentions.

    We only have one goal: provide people to download mods quickly and easily. (without to register anywhere). And most importantly, to give 7 Days to Die game a detailed, simple and easy to use mod website. Because all global games have similar mod sites.

    I think you'll like the website. People interest is increasing day by day. People loved it. They even started sharing it with friends. We are ready to listen to your suggestions.

    Regards.
    Hi Sinagrit Baba

    A few friends and i checked the site. Seen a few mods I created. Firstly thank you for crediting where credit is due to the modders whom created the mods.

    An idea from another modder was maybe a link also to the original thread as well included in each modders mod. That way would allow some to check on up to date affairs in the mod they are interested in.

    Stallionsden
    Last edited by stallionsden; 12-13-2019 at 11:42 AM.

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    I second the post from Stallionsden. A link to the thread is highly welcomed, because not that often, but often enough, we have to update our mods. Bugfixes, additions, fixings for a new 7 Days version, etc. So this makes direct links sometimes not available. Like I had to update two of my mods, and the links to the old (buggy/outdated) versions are now down.
    Besides the missing link to our threads: A good site to see, what mods are available .

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    Nice site, as i'm currently setting up a new server with mods, this gives me a great overview of what mods are out there. Far better like here in the forum where the mods are burried under dozens of other threads.

    Nevertheless i have to agree to stallionsden and claymore. A link to the forum thread would be really usuefull, especially if your mod descriptions are not that detailed. I e.g. found the pickup mod, and there is no further information. How many players can drive in it? How much storage does it have? What's needed to build it? I guess the thread for the mod would answer these questions in its opening post.

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    I'm so glad you like it. When mods are updated, we update posts by adding "changelogs". We get mod descriptions from the original mod topics. Sensible suggestion. In this way, people can access to the direct mod creator and more details. And It will fix broken link problems. We will add forum topics links to posts.
    Last edited by Sinagrit Baba; 12-13-2019 at 02:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinagrit Baba View Post
    I'm so glad you like it. When mods are updated, we update posts by adding "changelogs". We get mod descriptions from the original mod topics. Sensible suggestion. In this way, people can access to the direct mod creator and more details. We will add forum topics links to posts.
    By linking the mods in your site to the forums threads of the same mod name etc it also gives them the opportunity to read pages in that mod thread. Not just a brief description.

    It also gives them a chance to post any issues they have with the mod.... errors etc.

    Also they can ask for a varied version of the mod or even ask if a mod is possible and that modder could make it etc for them.

    When I myself dl a mod I like details I like to see what errors and what fixes etc accompany that mod also.

    It's a great site and as you stated gets our mods out there more which we appreciate.

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    Exactly. We're adding links immediately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinagrit Baba View Post
    Exactly. We're adding links immediately.
    Much appreciated for the quick response and additions

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    Hi Sinagrit Baba,

    I like the website as it is simple to navigate and its good for showcasing our work. Nice work !

    I have noticed your website admins are answering some of the comments that your registered users make when they are having issues or questions regarding using some of our mods.

    Like most modders on this forum we all pride ourselves on the level of support we can give on the current platforms we use .

    I personally have other support platforms to attend such as Github /Gitlab ... some also have Nexus support platforms, so there can be lots of time involved for modders when we are supporting our mod users even on our current platforms.

    Putting the Forum link for mods into the description is a good thing and thank you for that .... but if you could make it clear that the mods you are advertising are fully supported by the mod authors here at the 7 days to Die forum it would help you and us.

    Some modders posting their work in these forums may not even be aware of this site yet, so whilst having this site showcasing their work they are probably blissfully unaware that there may be users elsewhere having an issue.

    Regards
    Ragsy !!
    Last edited by Ragsy 2145; 12-13-2019 at 08:02 PM. Reason: Typos rule again

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    I'm glad you like it. You are absolutely right. Comments are under our control. We help by answering simple questions. If people have big problems (modding, bug etc.), we direct them to the mod forum topic. You don't have to worry about that. You just focus on your works.

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    I like this. I CAN see some tricky situations where a mod may be updated or no longer work for a certain version, but that is slightly out of your control but honestly, most of the people who come to my Discord and see my modlets are not forum members so its great to see a place where people can find new mods to enjoy the game. It is why we do what we do so people can enjoy it, and as far as Im concerned anything that credits and helps people gain access to my mods is welcome with me.

    Look at Minecraft etc. Websites with actual photos and easy to navigate pages full of mods. I think it is one of the bigger hurdles of 7 days but being early access its understandable I guess.

    Thank you for including my mods in this and I wish you lots of luck with this project.

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    Hi,

    And welcome to the forums, I am glad to see you took the time to come and get to know us

    I would like to propose a change to the site if I may. I would like to see the mod author credit added to the line under the picture that lists the time added and number of comments when in the list view. Adding an extra icon and the author(s) name(s) there would greatly help people that maybe just know mods from the author name and not the mod name it self. And it would really ease with checking out mods from specific mod creators not having to go into each mod site to find out who made it.

    I hope you will consider my proposed change

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    what gives?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DUST2DEATH View Post


    what gives?
    Oh Oh I can answer this one for them DUST2DEATH :-D :-D

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    Love you to buddy

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