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No - these are two different things.I had custom modifications like updating the njws to a certain version and I would assume some plugins probably have incompatibility as well which makes it no longer work.
There's zero reason for you to rollback your MV version, because that will just rollback NW.js to what came with that version - it still won't be what you were previously using.
To answer your question, no unfortunately steam does not provide a way to stay on an old version of games, this is to ensure players can't avoid security or anticheat updates and the likeWell, steam integration and nwjs are important and I don't want it over written again right? So doing a fallback with steam beta mode will make sure it doesn't automatically update and make me do it over and over again I would assume. (There is no way to stop updates on it otherwise). Or am I wrong?
If you say so. There's no language in the original post that made that clear to me, it was asking for a solution to make the game run again now.There are good reasons to not want your development files overwriten...The question made it clear they want a solution going forward so that this doesn't happen again
Nope, if they update it again, that update will be required for you to run MV via Steam, even if you've elected to an older beta.doing a fallback with steam beta mode will make sure it doesn't automatically update and make me do it over and over again I would assume.