Request: Feedback for the virtual filing system article on the wiki.
Posted 06 November 2013 - 08:34 AM
I have posted about this concept many times in the post before and go tired of retyping it every time. Now it resides on the wiki as a reference. You can find the article at the top of the Advanced tab of the MO wiki.
I found it VERY hard to write it and I really need your feedback to find out if the article is correct and more important understandable for every user. As in independent of your knowledge of modding. It should be understandable for users new to modding and to MO, seasoned modders and advanced modders as well.
I'm not looking for praises here. I'm looking for input about the article, things like is it factual correct or not, is it to long or short are there things missings, layout and structure. I value every feedback, input, remark, criticism.
REMEMBER: If you don't understand the article it does NOT mean you have not enough knowledge about Skyrim, MO or computers. It just means I did not explain things correctly. Which means it is MY fault and I have to correct it.
Posted 06 November 2013 - 10:14 AM
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Posted 09 November 2013 - 02:23 PM
This would be a perfect opportunity to take some notes and maybe author a post about your ordeal. That is how we all started.
Slightly off topic: Extending the section on running other games with MO, if possible would also be appreciated-- might need a subpage of its own I think. Personally, I've just gotten into playing and modding Oblivion, and was using Wrye Bash to do so at first, because I had trouble trying to get Oblivion working with MO due to lack of knowledge on the issues that cropped up. Even now I'm still working out kinks, and the process has been difficult, because the relevant scraps of info are scattered everywhere from here to the Nexus and out of date in some cases.
Posted 09 November 2013 - 02:54 PM
Posted 09 November 2013 - 03:28 PM
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