There are still some issues that are bothering me. Game seems to have trouble with saving graphics settings if not run as admin. Because it's coded to save settings under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE in registry, modern Windows versions redirect those to somewhere under HKEY_CURRENT_USER. It's called Registry Virtualization, however I experienced weird issues on both of my machines where after some time of usage, game fails to retrieve stored values and keep asking to set graphics settings on startup. Patching it to use HKEY_CURRENT_USER directly is really easy, I just didn't bother to release an update just for that one thing, since I'd still like to have another look at the issue with quick save and music, I just don't have the time to work on it ATM.
There is also a problem with previous version and likely this version of Gold Pack, unless you checked if all maps work. Some time after I've released the last version of AiO Patch, I tested if all maps work and there were some that didn't. Some didn't because of some missing files. I could fix some of them and deleted ones that I couldn't get to work. One multiplayer map was also outside of Multiplayer directory so it was impossible to load it using "level" command, it was only loadable by using level list file. So what I can guarantee about version of the pack on my PC is that all maps load when you start the sever. I could probably upload it somewhere.
Oh, there is also Windows 10 on horizon. Game didn't work for me on one of the first Technical Preview versions, the screen was black after applying the same trick to get it working normally on Windows 8.1. We'll see how it behaves when the final version is released.
Kudos for getting that gem on GameFront though! I never though it would ever get officially available again somewhere. And having all levels bundled with the game is always a big plus.
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