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3 years ago#1
someplace else?

I use FOSE to launch most of my games because mods wont work without it.

I like to keep track of this stuff.
3 years ago#2
A clock and a notepad?
3 years ago#3
If it's still running the steam program files, steam should be tracking the time. I launch New Vegas exclusively from the FOMM, and steam has been able to track both my time played as well as my achievements.
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3 years ago#4
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3 years ago#5
thanks guys but I answered my own question :)

now i can see the hundreds of hours of my life il'll waste.

http://the-daynish.tumblr.com/post/49383042679/for-those-of-you-who-play-a-modded-fallout-3

for those interested
3 years ago#6
You could just use Game Companion so you don't have to use a separate launcher for fake full screen, and it covers more than just one game, if you want.
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3 years ago#7
dontcallmeal posted...
I use FOSE to launch most of my games


What.... how? FOSE was created for and works with precisely one game, Fallout 3. How is that "most of your games"?
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