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Standalone [1.3] tModLoader - A Modding API

Crimson Lord

Steampunker
Okay, so, for whatever reason, whenever i exit tmodloader on steam, steam still says its running, and wont let me do anything else unless i shut down steam and restart it, is it a modloader issue or a steam issue?
 

jong

Terrarian
Maybe someone knows how to remove the 4 GB limit?
I have 16GB RAM memory, and in early versions TML i don't have this problem...
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Tmodloader has literally nothing to do with system ram as Terraria is a 32bit application, the most ram it will ever consume is at max 4gb. It has NEVER used more than that, so your claim of older versions not having this problem is false. You never reached the limit in the older versions, most likely by not using the same amount of mods.
 

leqesai

Terrarian
Tmodloader has literally nothing to do with system ram as Terraria is a 32bit application, the most ram it will ever consume is at max 4gb. It has NEVER used more than that, so your claim of older versions not having this problem is false. You never reached the limit in the older versions, most likely by not using the same amount of mods.
The large content mods have jumped in size considerably over the years. It isnt necessarily that the number of mods is more now but the amount of ram needed to run mods now is much higher. Mods are just generally bulkier.
But since the introduction of 64 bit tmodloader the ram reatriction is irrelevant.

Hopefully the 64 bit protocols are uaed whem tmodloader finally updates to 1.4.
 

NKSHV

Terrarian
Tmodloader has literally nothing to do with system ram as Terraria is a 32bit application, the most ram it will ever consume is at max 4gb. It has NEVER used more than that, so your claim of older versions not having this problem is false. You never reached the limit in the older versions, most likely by not using the same amount of mods.
use tmodloader 64bits
 
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