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Just wondering, as a suggestion and to make it easier for everyone...

On patches for mods, in the title would it not be better if [1.5.x] or [1.4.7] or [1.4-1.5] were in the title, so that we know which version of the textures are available? It gets quite tiresome reading 40 odd pages on some threads for a 1.5 patch.

Overall it would make navigating the forum for specific patches much easier as it shows clearly if the patch is 1.4 / 1.5 ready.

Just a suggestion.
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It's entirely up to the OP if they wish to do that. The only bit that is now more or less mandatory is stating what version of the mod it is for.

If users don't know what version of the mod they are using they have no right to complain if they get out-of-date/broken textures. Using a modpack isn't an excuse.

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Yeah, I understand that. But what people tend to do is look for the Minecraft version first. (For textures anyway) As if it's the wrong one, then there is no point even considering downloading it.