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VAR Manager

Other VAR Manager

Wonderful
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The Best
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Best way to manage and organize your collection
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Very nice.
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One of the most needed Tool.
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essential, should be built in to vam
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Love this tool
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good
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good job
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powerful tool, the UI is a bit messy though.
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This is a godsend! Went down from 8k VARs to 2.5k and VaM no longer takes 15 minutes to start >_<
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👍👍👍
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Need this rather badly.
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Great program, but requesting to please add a feature to work with unzipped var folders (folders named with the ending .var) if that is possible
bill_prime
bill_prime
Thanks, request completed!
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Thanks for adding skip favorites, it was very much needed.
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Looking good!!

I would also like/suggest an option for:
1. Not moving any files marked as favorites
2. Only move files before a certain date, so that the newest/latest unreferenced files are not moved out.
bill_prime
bill_prime
Thanks! These are both good ideas. Wil consider adding them on the next update.
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It has a potential to be an awesome VAR manager when it reaches it's final form.
For me, here are 3 changes that would make this tool worth earning 5 stars:

1. The tool should never touch / delete / move files from the VAR Storage / backup folder. It should use symbolic links instead, of at least give us an option to use them instead of moving actual files.

2. Moving VAR files from VAR backup folder to main VAM folder takes ages if those 2 folders are located on different drives. Symbolic links is the solution.

3. Add the feature to scan ONLY Saves/Appearance|Scenes and Custom/Atom/Person/Appearance folders for dependencies, and if they are found in the VAR backup folder, create symbolic links to missing VARS in VAM/AddonPackages folder. I know there is an option that is supposed to do it, but I can't get it to work correctly. The competitor, VarManager 1.0.2.9 by FeelFar, has this option, but it finds way too many references, making VAR to work much slower.

I am very curious if this tool is going to become No.1 VAR Manager on the market. We'll see ;)
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Awesome job! Thanks for helping!
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This is really well done. Big thanks for building it. It must have been a lot of work.
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