SRB2 Linux app folder location

ToastyCreamExpresso

Take it slowly
I've been looking for answers for this for a bit and I couldn't seem to find anything on this topic really so hopefully I'm not stepping on anyone's toes I've read the rules about this but gives me Windows and Mac stuff, I just want to Download addons and use them, the problem is I don't know how to access the Addons folder on Flatpak, I can find the downloads folder in it ether I've used windows for some time and linux is just weird so I'm just less knowledgeable on everything.
I'm currently using a steam deck for it as well if that helps, I've looked in /var/ too but I could easily be missing something, for mac you can show package of contents but I don't see that option, is it terminal thing I have to use or do I need to download something for that?
Hopefully this isn't wrong to ask I have been struggling with this for a bit I've been worried this issue did fall under as against the rules, and I needed to refer to frequently asked questions again.
 

Aoz0ra

Possibly the only Crüxshadows fan here
The Flatpak version uses a home directory of [your user home directory]/.var/app/org.srb2.SRB2/.srb2/. I primarily use Uncapped Plus built from source, and it stores its files in [user home directory]/.srb2/, which I have set up as a symbolic link to the Flatpak directory.

I've been on Linux for a few years now and know a good amount about how Linux distros generally put system and user files and how they're arranged. Linux distros generally use the EXT4 file system, which marks hidden files and folders by starting their names with a dot. If the /.var/ directory doesn't show up for you, there should be a menu option to show it and other hidden directories.
 

ToastyCreamExpresso

Take it slowly
The Flatpak version uses a home directory of [your user home directory]/.var/app/org.srb2.SRB2/.srb2/. I primarily use Uncapped Plus built from source, and it stores its files in [user home directory]/.srb2/, which I have set up as a symbolic link to the Flatpak directory.

I've been on Linux for a few years now and know a good amount about how Linux distros generally put system and user files and how they're arranged. Linux distros generally use the EXT4 file system, which marks hidden files and folders by starting their names with a dot. If the /.var/ directory doesn't show up for you, there should be a menu option to show it and other hidden directories.
Thank you so much Finally got it and now I can transfer all my files!
 

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