That depends on my time, Mojang releases, CurseForge support (when versions appear in launcher), mod updates, mod additions... there are a lot of factors. I do try to push out a release as soon as possible when Minecraft or some of the more important mods update though.
I support the latest stable modpack version and latest development modpack version (if any), other versions are listed just for your convenience. To make it even simpler, I usually keep only one modpack version per Minecraft version visible on CurseForge.
No, they are not supported on CurseForge Launcher and are released too fast for me and the modders to keep up with.
Occasionally yes. Cases may include:
- a major breakage
- after introducing a new major stable release
- major updates to most important mods (e.g. Sodium, Lithium, Phosphor)
This is done to help you while you transition to the new version, old Minecraft versions are still unsupported and will not receive full parity.
No. Forge is slower to update and run and it doesn't have the same capabilities for optimization as Fabric.