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How to upload presets with Google Drive.
« on: June 18, 2020, 12:41:51 pm »
Hello guys! If you aren't sure/don't know how to export and upload your preset, this is guide for you! Hope this tutorial will help you!

WARNING: I'm not copying any tutorials. Probably there's many tutorials similar to this one, but don't kill me! Oki? Oki.

So. If you wanna upload your preset to let others see it, first you must export it in game. Open game (don't log in), go into Creative Den -> Preset Maker. For example I use preset_1:


When you'll click it:

Exported file is named: [your username]_[preset number].fhp.

Now let's go see where your exported preset is; go into FeralHeart -> Presets. Then you should see your preset file (if you can't find it, close tab and export it in game again).


When you are sure file excist, follow these steps:

1. Open Google Drive in your browser (https://www.google.com/drive/).

2. Log in/register.

3. In your left there's big "new" button. Click it...

...and then click "upload file".


4. Your browser will open File Explorer. Go into FeralHeart -> presets and choose yours.


5. Double-click or click file and then open:


6. In the bottom right corner there will pop-up message about uploading and next about uploaded file.

7. Reload page (Left Ctrl+R).

8. After reloading on home page there should be file something like this one:

right-click it.

9. Choose "Download link to share" button.


10. You'll get window with link. But you need to do one thing before copying link:

You must change "Restricted access" to "Any person with the link":




11. Then you can click "copy link". Now you can make thread with your preset's screenshots and downloading link c:

Important note: why I don't use MediaFire
Many people thinks MediaFire is easier in using than Google Drive. Maybe it is, but Google Drive doesn't use Adf.ly. What more, Google Drive doesn't use ads at all. So it's why this tutorial is only for Google Drive. But probably I'll bump it with MediaFire actualization soon.
Hope it helped ;3
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Re: How to upload presets with Google Drive.
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2020, 12:43:25 pm »
noice work darky!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Thank you for gracing me with your presence!

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Re: How to upload presets with Google Drive.
« Reply #2 on: June 18, 2020, 12:48:27 pm »
I do think Google Drive is an exceptional alternative to Media Fire. Definitely a good go-to if you hate coming across AdFly. I for one do, since I try not to use AdBlock all the time.
Good tutorial, nice and easy to follow, awesome work.

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Re: How to upload presets with Google Drive.
« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2020, 01:37:49 pm »
I usually use Google Drive nowadays for my files. Thanks for making this tutorial!

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Re: How to upload presets with Google Drive.
« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2020, 03:48:03 pm »
Great tutorial Dark! I used to use mediafire all of the time, but I got tired of constantly having to deal with ad.fly so I will probably start using Google Drive a lot more.

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Re: How to upload presets with Google Drive.
« Reply #5 on: June 18, 2020, 03:56:04 pm »
Thank you for this tutorial! I think a lot of users will appreciate this not only for uploading but for those who download also!