It is impossible to remove a game from the mods list once added
I moved the install location of ksp to my other disk and removed the old one. Now i have ksp and ksp 2. I cannot remove the old one. I dont want to remove the ksp folder in steam.
what a ******* dumbest app of my life.
I solved this by uninstalling the Twitch program.
It is still uninstalled and are not coming back.
I'm stunned at the lack of basic features in this supposed "mod manager". The Twitch app really feels like its trying to do too much and doing none of it well.
How is this not fixed yet?? I tried to uninstall en install Twitch again, but it's still adding game directories I don't want!
Same problem, do something twitch please. I want it clean for my OCD
Sort this out Twitch. Even if we cannot remove the useless links at least let us reorder the games so that the correct ones open when we want them too or is that part of the 'Premium' service?
I tried to do what @Shock1702 recommended but no matter what the game still remained in the list. I couldn't find any other references, so my thought is that maybe the modern Twitch client synchs settings to the cloud somehow?
Either way I found a nice thing under Settings -> Addons -> Game specific where I could "disable" the erroneous path, as well as ensure that Twitch client always starts in the addon view with my retail WoW selected.
So this is at least a viable workaround for myself right now. Takes away the frustration.
Another frustrating tidbit is that I "pin" my twitch client to the taskbar in Windows 10, but each time I start the twitch client it seem to generate a new version of itself, so I get duplicates and have to unpin/pin each time. That is a problem for a later date. :)
E is my hard drive for Twitch, change if you have it installed on C for example.
Open the json and delete the old paths. Have fun with it, for me it had 34.212 lines...
This seriously needs fixed. and telling it not to manage the game as Twitch suggests is just laughable because the app just says ********* I do what I want. If you won't give us a way to remove game profiles just give us the option to reorder them at least.
FFS twitch, why is this still a problem. It's incredibly difficult and frustrating to work with this.
But I was able to remove a game finally when I found a second twitch folder in the same folder as appdata is located, that twitch folder had the game I wanted to remove. Deleting the files from there and the gameinstance json removed Minecraft from mods.
I guess twitch doesn't give a **** considering this should have been fixed eons ago
Good grief, how is this still an issue two years later?
Thanks Aucald, I knew there had to be a file that could be edited, but checking through the default twitch install folder produced nothing. This worked like a charm.
Just rename the folder.
World of Warcraft Beta > World of Warcraft Beta000
Yes, PLEASE address this. Even after telling Twitch not to manage WoW Beta, it still appears. And on the Mac version, there doesn't seem to be an easy way to find the file containing the games you're managing.
Curse, if you're listening, can we please just have back our old addon manager? The rest of this bloated crapware does nothing useful if you're not into streaming.
Uninstall seems to work ;)
I'm really very angry about this issue. Every single time I go to update WoW, it says I have no addons, because it repeatedly defaults to WoW Beta, even though you can't install addons for any of the beta versions. Each and every time I have to manually re-select the retail version of the game to see my addons. I'm getting really disgusted with this, and now I find that there is no way to remove the beta version from the Twitch client. This issue needs to be fixed, there needs to be a way to delete games you don't want on there.
You guys have games listed that were never installed or that were uninstalled. give us a "delete game" function.
same problem. Jase096 solution doesnt remove it
I guess the developers don't give a shit about this. Why the fuck did Curse team up with these jerks in the first place.