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=== The following Modules generate errors or cause usability issues if installed and active alongside Plutonium. ===
 
 
The sections below follow the structure of '''[Inciting Module] [Reason as to why it is advised against]'''
 
The sections below follow the structure of '''[Inciting Module] [Reason as to why it is advised against]'''
  

Revision as of 15:22, 10 February 2021

The sections below follow the structure of [Inciting Module] [Reason as to why it is advised against]

Incompatible Modules

  • Beyond20 (Naming the tab breaks Beyond20)
  • MyTab (Redundant feature, breaks Rivet)
  • OneJournal and Forien's Quest Log (The Journal Embed setting should be disabled to be able to use any of those modules)
  • Babele (Prone to cause errors when importing, mainly lack of images and special effects.)
  • Drag Upload (Get Over Here!) (Incompatibility with the Art Repo. Dragging from the Art Repo triggers Drag Upload and creates an unwanted link to the source.)
  • DAE - Dynamic Active Effects
    • Upon loading DAE alongside Plutonium you will most likely come across incompatibility errors from Plutonium and a message that certain settings have been temporarily disabled.
      While nothing is broken in that state, you have two options in this situation (other than ignoring the error).
      • Disable DAE and use Plutonium Active Effects features as normal.
      • Disable DAE, go to Plutonium settings and disable Display Active Effect Attribute Key Helper, Populate Active Effects and Support Variables in Active Effect Values.
        Upon saving those settings, you are free to enable DAE back on without any messages from Plutonium.

Redundant Modules