A Guide for the Perplexed
Follow the download link (start of the topic or here)
What you are doing is downloading an 'atzip' file that handles all the tricky stuff on your behalf. Sort of like a cyber Concierge, only you don't have to tip.
Fire up ATG and when you get to the main menu, press this button...
When you do so you'll get a standard file dialogue and you need to highlight the '.atzip' file that you've just downloaded in step 1. Highlight the file, press 'OPEN' and all the required bits and pieces will be placed in their correct folders automatically.
If you already have a previous version of the mod installed then you can relax and make yourself a cup of coffee as it'll all be sorted for you.
Fire up a new random game. The first screen of options will have on it a button like thus down at the middle bottom...
This is asking you which 'masterfile' you wish to use. What's a Masterfile? Basically a brain. If you swapped heads with your partner then you'd have a different 'Masterfile' running your body. Good luck with that one.
There are a bunch of these that all do different things but the go ahead and click the little gray box anyway.
After clicking you'll get another file dialogue. Choose the file for this mod (which will always be an '.at2' file), which is shown highlighted in the picture (might be a slightly different version if you're reading his later on) and then press 'OPEN'.
Once you've selected the appropriate 'Masterfile' (step 4 above), choose your options as required then press 'Make' to proceed to the following option screen.
This has a few extra options and any scenario, or mod specific, options (highlighted). If you don't tick these little boxes then nothing will happen, mod wise.
For the full, Rolls Royce experience, tick them all (there may be another box, 'Enhanced Officers', if you're reading this later).
Probably want to tick the 'Fog of War' and 'Hide Realtime AI' buttons as a matter of course otherwise you'll be looking up the skirt of the AI which isn't what gentlemen do.
All done. Good to Go.
< Message edited by lancer -- 6/9/2013 11:41:42 AM >