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 "New modules detected" on startup 
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Post "New modules detected" on startup
Every time I start "The Word," it gives me the "new modules detected" pop-up message, listing the last several modules I installed. I always choose "No" in response to the question, because I've already manually placed them where I want them to appear.

Is there a simple way to stop that dialogue from appearing? (If it's significantly more complicated than just dismissing it every time, I'm not interested.)


Tue Feb 09, 2021 4:52 am
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Post Re: "New modules detected" on startup
What are the names of the modules?
Are they all from the official site?

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Tue Feb 09, 2021 10:10 am
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Post Re: "New modules detected" on startup
*sigh*

Predictably, it fixed itself.

After literally over half a dozen consecutive starts that featured the message, just now when I restarted for the express purpose of writing down the specific modules, the message did not appear.

I *think* the modules were the recent BSB and AFV releases, but I'm not completely certain, and I guess now it really doesn't matter anyway.


Tue Feb 09, 2021 11:41 am
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