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Wait, didn't Forge 1.13.x load mods from mods\<version> anymore?


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I currently manage my modpack putting client-only mods in a separate folder and symlink it to mods\<version> (eg. mods\1.12.2).


But doing it on Forge for 1.13.2 didnt work.

 

Is this going to be deprecated? Is there any options for dev unsavvy modpackers to load mods from other folders?

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