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Kalanyr: That's normal for now due to the very odd way GOG chose to handle the deprecation of their standalone Galaxy installers. You can add -installers standalone to the update command and -skipgalaxy to the download command to suppress them if you don't care about those (and I'd guess 99.9% of people don't).
I still get those error messages with the -installers standalone and -skipgalaxy flags. I just have gotten to the point I ignore them.
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Kalanyr: That's normal for now due to the very odd way GOG chose to handle the deprecation of their standalone Galaxy installers. You can add -installers standalone to the update command and -skipgalaxy to the download command to suppress them if you don't care about those (and I'd guess 99.9% of people don't).
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paladin181: I still get those error messages with the -installers standalone and -skipgalaxy flags. I just have gotten to the point I ignore them.
I intend to turn checking for galaxy stuff off by default in the new build (maybe completely). Which ones still have active versions is completely random, and I suspect anyone who wanted to archive them long since has. I've also added downloading for the new Galaxy Stubs if someome wants them for some bizarre reason.