Setting the mod priority you want
Posted 27 October 2013 - 01:45 PM
Posted 27 October 2013 - 02:22 PM
I'm not actually playing Skyrim I've Not even played Dragonborn or Dawnguard yet. I'm saving them for Neovalen to finish Skyrim Revisited and I've loads of games. I could not play latest game for years when my old pentium 4 packed up
I got this end of April after years of saving money for it
Scan 3XS Vengeance i7 3770K (4.6Ghz) Crossfired XFX (3GB) Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition DD Customised Gaming System
My New Elder Scrolls Modding Ice Breathing Dovah (Because it Runs Cooler than My Fridge - The 3 Monitors are the Fire Breathers)
Games to play: Skyrim, Oblivion, Morrowind, Witcher 1 and 2, Metro 1 and 2, Far Cry 3, Bioshock Infinite, Crysis 3, Valve Mega Pack (Portal 1 and 2, Half Life 1 and 2, Left for Dead 1 and 2 and more basically All Valve Source Gaames) and I spend more time On here so lots to do as downtime
Still it's good to have my Dovah it eats al them Only Crysis 3 and Meto Last Light make it sweat otherwise it does feel colder than fridge
Back on topic we'll get it all sorted eventually
Posted 27 October 2013 - 02:37 PM
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Posted 28 October 2013 - 02:13 PM
When I try to explain something its hard for me to leave out details because I think that information is needed. But is it? Do users really care about that kind of stuff I wonder?
I have a humble suggestion to your conundrum. It will require some time, luck and a willing volunteer.
My suggestion is this: find a Mod Organizer user who is between Uhuru's Group 1 and 2. So not someone who just wants MO to work, but is also in the process of investigating how it works. That user does not yet have a full understanding of how MO works. I know this is a fine line, but bear with me.
Should you be lucky enough to find that user, then you would take a piece of MO functionality and ask them to explain it to you. Their level of knowledge would be good enough for them to give the correct answer, but nothing too in depth. You could then be assured that the answer is sufficient for Group 1 users, and then you could fill in the nitty gritty details for Groups 2 and 3 in a link (e.g. "Want to know more? Click here", type link).
I know this is a tall order, but I'm just thinking out loud.
Posted 28 October 2013 - 02:28 PM
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I invite everyone to change the information if they feel something is missing, too long, the format/structure is incorrect. Everyone can edit the wiki and is encouraged to do so.
Posted 26 December 2013 - 10:46 AM
Long time MO user, I'm facing a little problem to set up a specific load order I want in MO :
My goal is to put the priority of "Correctif.esp" (the French equivalent of the Unofficial Patch) just in front of the "Unofficial Skyrim Patch.esp" as it should be according to the creators team.
MO wont let me do that : apparently you can't drag'n and drop "regular plugins" in the middle of the "bold section" plugins : they are kept isolated.
Which, don't get me wrong should be fine most of the time.
But this lead me to wonder how MO does recognize and "tag" those priority plugins ? Is the information contained in the plugin itself ?
Originally I tought that only .esm master files would be isolated like that. But here we have also "Unofficial Skyrim Patch.esp".
Other loads orders software, such as the Skyrim Launcher seems to allow such ordering.
I'm aware that this is probably an automatic safe restricting functionality for ordering, but in this specific case, the "Correctif.esp" should be considered as "bold", and allow me to order it alongside the bold plugin segment.
I tried to manually edit the profile txt files, but with no effect.
Basically i'm looking for either "untagging" the USP files as not bold, or let Correctif.esp join this "priority group".
Apologies, my not-so-fluid English does not allow to make my posts as concise as I would like them to be Smile.
EDIT : Sorry I did realize after posting that this wiki thread may well be not the optimal place to ask such questions, I have not yet the right to delete the post so I leave it there. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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