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Hello,

I own RPG Maker MV on steam for MacOS. Recently, I subscribed to 3 different tileset add-ons from the workshop: and looked up how to install them.

Every guide I found pointed to a "Project Management" tab under file on the top-bar, or something similar. However: that tab is not there for me: it's only New, Open, Save, and Close project: alongside Deployment and Steam Management.

Steam Management just shows a list of each of the ones I downloaded, but the only option is "Open Project"

What should I do?
 

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project management was the name that the option had in VXAce, in MV it is simply called "Steam Management" under file.
If you don't have that option, then you are using the standalone as it is only available through the steam version.

Depending on the workshop project you either have to go to open the project and copy out the files you want, or go to the resource manager and use the dlc option, ignoring steam management completely
 

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project management was the name that the option had in VXAce, in MV it is simply called "Steam Management" under file.
If you don't have that option, then you are using the standalone as it is only available through the steam version.
Okay, I've reached steam Management and stuff. But the only option seemingly is "Open Project" and that functions as if I'm opening another game and not like importing a tileset from the workshop
 

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I edited my post to add an explanation
 

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