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Allow "ignoring" games / installation

When browsing addons for WoW for instance, the dropdown lets me pick which game version I want to browse for. This dropdown is automatically populated with game installation the app found on my computer.

It is possible to add a game installation in case where it wasn't automatically found but it would be useful to be able to hide / remove a game installation. For instance if I have the WoW PTR installed it will show up in the dropdown but I never really use the PTR and I'd rather not have it there.

  • Guest
  • Oct 23 2020
  • Future consideration
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  • Guest commented
    15 Jun 02:27pm

    I can't believe this isn't just built in to the software. What if you couldn't delete stuff from your desktop, wouldn't that just suck? If that were the case, I'd get a different OS. Imagine how I feel about a measly launcher

  • Vicentiu commented
    19 May 04:00pm

    And also a way to manually chose for what game version do i want an addon to be downloaded

  • Vicentiu commented
    19 May 03:58pm

    I will love to be able to delete a game from the list without needing to uninstall and reinstall curseforge and overwolf :(

  • Guest commented
    23 Mar 11:18pm

    please do this if not posible yet. before classic wow i played some pservers to get my vanilla/tbc fix and those clients are populated in the curseforge app and are completely extraneous. they all have vague names as well so its diicult to remember which version is which

  • Steffen Roßkamp commented
    6 Nov, 2020 12:20pm

    Thank you for your consideration! And I'll try to stay calm :D

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    Team Overwolf commented
    28 Oct, 2020 11:34am

    thanks, adding to our feature requests :)

    don't go crazy @steffen in the meantime!

  • Steffen Roßkamp commented
    28 Oct, 2020 09:06am

    This is something I miss since the old Curse client. I have an installation in that list since then, which I deleted almost 10 years ago. As it is simply listed as a second "Retail" entry it drives me a bit crazy :-)