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I haven't tried to use it in a game session, but I assume it would work. I built my own version so I could enable it inside the asset editor. It's easy enough to do if you've made a mod before; on line 21 of the source code, just add conditions for LoadMode.NewAsset and LoadMode.LoadAsset. Once I did that, the key combo opened the UI inside the asset editor, and I could choose the building I was importing and hot-swap new maps onto it. I haven't been able to get OBJ files to hot-swap in the asset editor, but that doesn't surprise me.
If you do make these changes, you're on your own. Please don't bug Ronyx or Simon about it. I won't be of any help either; other than the one line I changed, I know nothing about this mod.