To start off, I am a noob with this new version of dengine. With that out of the way, this particular iteration is not only causing extensive frustration but also borderline-rage. It seems as though I have far less control than when I last tinkered with dengine. I have bought doom multiple times. From the collector's edition, to the steam and gog editions.
What I usually do is quickly install the steam versions to snag the wads and create my own doom-hub. I am finding this to be quite harder this time around then if I just used gzdoom and doomlauncher (or a bat-file system). When using this version of dengine, it always defaults to the steam directories and will not recognize the wads in any other directory even if I used the package tool. I can find no way around this at this time. I have tried many things. even putting the wads into the base dengine directory. It will not show.
Granted I actually have no problem playing when it auto-defaults to steam install but that isn't the point. I want the ability to control where this frontend reads wads like the old snowberry system had. If anyone has any idea on how to tweak this so that I can design my directory structure on my terms, then it would be appreciated.