update: I found the fork (it was in my stars, lmao) but i dont know code so i dont know how to like merge…things…or whatever…never mind i'll wait for the dev to address it
@nev I’d set up my own fork, determine the other as an offsite branch, and merge locally to make sure there are no conflicts, then push to own repo, assuming the dev isn’t accepting pull requests.
@nev But that also kinda sounds like a lot if you’re not used to that sort of thing.
@AraneaeDiscordia the dev is accepting PRs, I think.
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