I am referring to both, actually. Let me explain:
- ENBSeries Preset: I have a rough idea, what they do and what they are, but it would be good to mention somewhere in the beginning of the guide maybe that any mentioning of ENBSeries should be assumed that the user is *not* installing an ENBSeries and maybe a very short summary of what that really is.
- ENBoost: I realized that they are not the same thing, but there are still places where the guide says "ENBoost users should do X, others do Y" - in section 1. I can't recall all locations and whether there were many or maybe just one. One is at the very end when dealing with things like nVidia inspector (in my case), where a note says:
"Users not using ENBoost should set Anisotropic filtering setting as indicated below. ENBoost users should ensure the Anisotropic filtering setting is off and set ForceAnisotropicFiltering is set to true in the enblocal.ini file."
(this is in the detailed instructions and something similar is in the non-detailed instructions; btw: i do have two "off" settings in anisotropic filtering, off [local] and off [point]; like in the picture i chose off [local])
I usually went with the detailed instructions, so a simple ctrl+f did not bring anything except that.
My feeling says there was another location, but it could indeed be that all other places in the guide where I was a bit baffled of what to do next, where talking about ENBSeries Presets.
I'm very glad to have a step-by-step guide at hand, but from time to time it can be confusing ;)
(also those great video guides from michael@gamerPoets are sometimes telling a slightly different story, e.g. w.r.t. cleaning: in the written guide cleaned DLCs are placed underneath unclean DLCs (I do have an SSD but the DLCs are still always removed from the folder), he basically just places the cleaned DLCs, nothing else)
overall the guide is clearly awesome for people like me that would like to have a nice working setup and learn while doing, not read up one part, realize things should have been done differently, reset/restart, ...)