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This doesn't work for me. Perhaps this article predates source sdk base?
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This doesn't work in debug mode, you get a popup, and then it exits:
Anyway, whatever the first App ID I mount is, I get a popup saying:
 
  
"Extra App ID set to 220, but no SteamAppId" and then it exits (220 if first App ID I mount is 220)
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"Extra App ID set to 220, but no SteamAppId" (where 220 is the first SteamAppID you mount)
--[[User:Winston|Winston]] 14:28, 15 Jul 2007 (PDT)
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Apparently its fine in release mode though, I'm recompiling now.
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--[[User:Winston|Winston]] 11:43, 19 Jul 2007 (PDT)
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Works Now, you need to have a negative sign in front of the AppID to mount it properly.
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== Episode 1 ==
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How come for episode 1 you don't need SteamID = 380 ? I haven't been able to run an episode 1 mod flawlessly (Alyx can't "talk") and I'm also wondering how it's done.
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FIXED! You do need to mount ID 380 for Episode 1 content but I wouldn't expect this whole documentation wiki to be accurate since it's not written by the developers...  --[[User:Cippyboy|Cippyboy]] 00:55, 27 Apr 2008 (PDT)
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:If something's not accurate, then fix it so that it is! That's the whole point to a wiki. --[[User:Coldacid|coldacid]] 20:32, 11 Jul 2008 (PDT)
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== Obsoleted Notice ==
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I've removed the deprecation notice because the entire point of this article is to build upon AdditonalContentID, AdditonalContentID doesn't improve more functionality over this. It's the other way around. The included snippet here deprecates AdditonalContentID. --[[User:Andrewmcwatters|Andrew McWatters]]
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:You're quite right, I hadn't noticed how much the article had changed. --[[user:TomEdwards|TomEdwards]] 23:19, 21 February 2010 (UTC)
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== source sdk 2013 example? ==
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is there a version of this code that works in source sdk 2013?
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--[[User:Jfmherokiller|Jfmherokiller]] 14:57, 2 August 2013 (PDT)

Latest revision as of 13:57, 2 August 2013

This doesn't work in debug mode, you get a popup, and then it exits:

"Extra App ID set to 220, but no SteamAppId" (where 220 is the first SteamAppID you mount)

Apparently its fine in release mode though, I'm recompiling now. --Winston 11:43, 19 Jul 2007 (PDT)

Works Now, you need to have a negative sign in front of the AppID to mount it properly.

Episode 1

How come for episode 1 you don't need SteamID = 380 ? I haven't been able to run an episode 1 mod flawlessly (Alyx can't "talk") and I'm also wondering how it's done.

FIXED! You do need to mount ID 380 for Episode 1 content but I wouldn't expect this whole documentation wiki to be accurate since it's not written by the developers... --Cippyboy 00:55, 27 Apr 2008 (PDT)

If something's not accurate, then fix it so that it is! That's the whole point to a wiki. --coldacid 20:32, 11 Jul 2008 (PDT)

Obsoleted Notice

I've removed the deprecation notice because the entire point of this article is to build upon AdditonalContentID, AdditonalContentID doesn't improve more functionality over this. It's the other way around. The included snippet here deprecates AdditonalContentID. --Andrew McWatters

You're quite right, I hadn't noticed how much the article had changed. --TomEdwards 23:19, 21 February 2010 (UTC)

source sdk 2013 example?

is there a version of this code that works in source sdk 2013? --Jfmherokiller 14:57, 2 August 2013 (PDT)