Has anyone setup this guide recently? I'm just setting up a fresh install of Skyrim and I don't have a lot of modding experience.
There are three mods that are either gone or hidden on Nexus:
1. HQ College of Winterhold - deleted on Nexus and I can't find anyone who has a mod archive to download. I am assuming that omitting this mod shouldn't cause any trouble.
2. Vanilla Vegetation Overhaul - hidden on Nexus but I found someone that uploaded it.
3. Veydosebrom - Grasses and Groundcover - hidden on Nexus but I found someone that uploaded it.
Lightning During Storms Sse (Minty lightning) has apparently changed the .esp from lightningduringstorm.esp to mintylightningmod.esp. This causes an issue with the weather patch having a missing master.
How can I correct this? Currently I have changed the name of the .esp file to lightningduringstorm.esp. Will that work or is there more that needs to be done? Do I need to correct the name of the .esp in the weather patch?
Whatever needs to be done to get Mintys Lightning mod working, I just need the basic info that I can use to find a guide to perform the task. I'm sure GamerPoets has a video covering the topic.
Thanks to anyone that can help.
I wasn't asking for an update to the guide. I know he's busy working on v3 S.T.E.P. stuff. I feel like users of the guide can at least post in this thread when something is broken or not working as expected in the current iteration until v3 is released.
I was hoping for some help with the Minty Lightning mod. I don't expect TechAngel85 to be the only person that can help.
Renaming it will work - you are actually the reverse of the situation that prompted the author to rename. It was the mintylightningmod name originally, then changed to lightningduringstorm, which messed up a bunch of other people patches for the mod, so he changed it back. Tech made this change to his guide before the reversion to the original name.
As to the second, please understand that he was responding more to the first part of your first post, where you listed mods that were no longer available... which can (and was) interpreted as a request for the guide to be updated to reflect these unavailabilities.
Edited by Shadriss, 05 April 2019 - 11:53 AM.