Standalone [1.3] tModLoader - A Modding API

Unit One

Staff member
I posted a link to a file of some backgrounds i made, at the time there were no rules against it, but after i posted it, somebody said something along the lines of "Mods, get him" and pinged some moderator, after that i was banned with no warning, how do i appeal?
Hi there @ZacAttack, I moved your post into the tModLoader thread.

The forum staff are completely separate from the tML discord staff, so there's not much that we can do except try to point you in the right direction.

It's my understanding that if someone is banned on the tML discord, the only channel they will see is a channel called #banappeal. That's where you should appeal your ban.

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Hello guys, first of all I want to thank you for all your work, I love Tmodloader <3
Sadly, I have encountered an issue with it and I really don't know where to search anymore, so I hope you can help me.
I have started a game with my brother and sister, installed a bunch of mods such as Calamity and more, and we played for a couple of days just fine. Yesterday I clicked play on Steam and Tmod doesn't even start blocks exactly as in the screenshot, in that exact point, then it closes itself and nothing else, no error message, nothing.
I have tried anything that came to my mind: file integrity checked on both vanilla game and Tmod, uninstall and install again, change install folder, exception in windows defender, nothing worked.
Is there anything I can do? Thanks in advance

EDIT: I read on the discord server that I had to delete the "dotnet" folder and restart, it worked!


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Death By Badger

Hey I've just recently started hosting a tModLoader server for myself and some friends off of a linux pc and would like to know if there's any way to have to automatically skip or answer the query to use the steam server on startup? its the only thing stopping me from automating the whole startup procedure at this point...


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