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Do people keep their old installers when redownloading their collection? I know several people that frequent this thread do redownload at times.

I've begun my massive project of clearing my update flags and have been saving all the old stuff. I know, for example, newer installers than those I originally downloaded for Witcher 1 and Papers, Please (and more) won't even run on my OS. Plus there are issues, like in This War of Mine, where they "fix the bug." I'm reinstalling that old version before long because I liked the issue at the Garage (more spare parts given in trade) and was able to craft more over the course of a game.
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budejovice: Do people keep their old installers when redownloading their collection? I know several people that frequent this thread do redownload at times.

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I do, at least until I make sure everything works ok. But I've kept all the version 1 ones backed up.
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HypersomniacLive: I do, at least until I make sure everything works ok. But I've kept all the version 1 ones backed up.
A small favor, if I may ask. Take a look here, in the V 1.x Icons tab, and tell me if you have any of the games marked No with v1.x installers. Missing 27 square icons.
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budejovice: Do people keep their old installers when redownloading their collection? I know several people that frequent this thread do redownload at times.

I've begun my massive project of clearing my update flags and have been saving all the old stuff. I know, for example, newer installers than those I originally downloaded for Witcher 1 and Papers, Please (and more) won't even run on my OS. Plus there are issues, like in This War of Mine, where they "fix the bug." I'm reinstalling that old version before long because I liked the issue at the Garage (more spare parts given in trade) and was able to craft more over the course of a game.
I burn them to DVD+R almost immediately, so it's really more hassle than it's worth to get rid of them because it'd be a pain in the ass to verify that all the files on a specific disc are obsolete.
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JMich: A small favor, if I may ask. Take a look here, in the V 1.x Icons tab, and tell me if you have any of the games marked No with v1.x installers. Missing 27 square icons.
NP, I have to check my game list to see if I have any of them from the time they came with a v1.x installer. And I'll do you one more, I'll ask a couple of friends to check their games backups too.
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JMich: A small favor, if I may ask. Take a look here, in the V 1.x Icons tab, and tell me if you have any of the games marked No with v1.x installers. Missing 27 square icons.
I don't have any V1 installers, but I do have some of the games from your missing V2 icons' list. If you are interested in them, tell me how I should send them to you.
Post edited 12 hours ago by Grargar
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Grargar: If you are interested in them, tell me how I should send them to you.
Upload them somewhere (mediafire, mega, rapidshare etc) and send me a link. If you can also rename them, even better. Just rename the gfw_high.ico (or goggame-##########.ico) to the game's name, taken from the "Launch XYZ" shortcut.
I can always do that myself, though I may need to rename those for consistency once I get them.
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JMich: Upload them somewhere (mediafire, mega, rapidshare etc) and send me a link. If you can also rename them, even better. Just rename the gfw_high.ico (or goggame-##########.ico) to the game's name, taken from the "Launch XYZ" shortcut.
I can always do that myself, though I may need to rename those for consistency once I get them.
Alright, I will get to it later in the day.