Work on the new gui version of GoS is progressing steadily with most of the interface category tabs done. The two big ones that remain are weapon mods and tweak_table ones. After that, it’s simply a matter of writing the underlying code to build everything. The coding itself is going to be the easy part since it’s very similar to how the current batch menu version of GoS works.
One of the neat new features of GoS is the ability to save a config file of your currently selected mods and then load that config at a later date.
This will makes things much simpler for modded coop since you can email a buddy your small config file with all your selected mods and he can build his patch with those settings. It will also come in handy if you want to save multiple different modded configs and easily switch between them.
As many of you already know from my twitter, Minimaul and I are also working on an automated music conversion tool for SRTT that will allow you browse out to your personal tunes and select tracks to replace the vanilla radio station songs. With this new app, all the conversion and normalization will happen automatically behind the scenes and build your radio archives for you so you don’t have to mess with wwise or making sure your tracks are the correct volume.
NOTE: While you can already do custom music with the guide from Toad King, the process is manually intensive and extremely slow going. It took me something like 2 months of off and on work to replace all 8 stations.