ModBuddy limits version numbers to integers in the range (1, 100). This is a problem for two reasons: Cannot have subversions, the industry standard for version numbering. CiV is version 188.8.131.52. If it follows normal standards that means there have been 221 builds. After a mod has 100 builds, what do we do? I'm currently at build 70, with about 3 builds per week. My old Balin's Tomb map for Warcraft 3 had thousands of builds in the eight years I worked on it. With ModBuddy's restrictions on the version numbering system, in 2 months I'll be stuck. What's needed is to allow decimal points in the version number, and remove the limit on version numbers. Even in old computer systems integers can reach 32,767, so the cap at 100 is very bizzare.