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#91 MadWizard25

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Posted 06 May 2012 - 06:02 AM

Well the default file works fine for me without any changes, WB is pretty good at automatically detecting the correct paths for skyrim atm. Not 100% sure but i think you can disregard bash.ini editing currently. Please correct me if im wrong though.
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#92 torminater

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Posted 06 May 2012 - 06:05 AM

This is just a bit too much on top right know. I might have to wait for the next summer break to really set WB up... I'll just do the general install now xD
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Posted 06 May 2012 - 07:49 AM

Well the default file works fine for me without any changes, WB is pretty good at automatically detecting the correct paths for skyrim atm. Not 100% sure but i think you can disregard bash.ini editing currently. Please correct me if im wrong though.

If you install anywhere other than the default location (skyrim\mopy) you need to edit the ini to make it work.


This is just a bit too much on top right know. I might have to wait for the next summer break to really set WB up... I'll just do the general install now xD

I'm almost down to the Mod Managers section of SIG, won't be long till you have a simple installation routine.
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 01:49 PM

Hey Guys, I think I might be running into an issue similar to torminater's. I just started getting into Wrye Bash with the new STEP guide release and think it'll be a great way to organize and manage all the STEP mods. So far, I've installed the WB "standalone" and all the other goodies (ie skse, BOSS, etc) pretty much following the WB guide on the wiki. I'm now at the step where I need to move my mod downloads into the ..\Skyrim Mods\Bash Installers folder and am having some difficulties locating them under the WB "installers" tab. The mods I'm looking for are the first couple big content mods listed in the first set of the STEP guide (section B1 I believe). These are Skyrim Realistic Overall and the like. I've been leaving the mod downloads in their packed .7z format and simply moving them to the \Bash Installers folder. These doesn't seem to be working for me. I'm unsure if I should unpack and rename them for WB>Installers to recognize them or if I have the UAC enabled (pop-up warned about this when I downloaded WB) or something I'm not seeing. In summary, I can't get the mods I downloaded to appear in WB's "Installers" tab and don't know why :( . Thanks for any help / suggestions!
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 01:56 PM

What I did was tell Wyre Bash to use my mods folder as it's Wyre Smash Installers folder. In the Mopy folder, I copied the bash default ini and renamed it simply bash.ini. Then I changed the lines that point to it's directories. That way, I don't have to move my mods into Wrye's Folder as it becomes the correct folder.
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 03:24 PM

Okay thanks I'll give it a shot, I'm gonna be traveling all weekend so I won't have time until Sunday. I'll let you know if I was successful then!
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 04:13 PM

Hey Guys,

I think I might be running into an issue similar to torminater's. I just started getting into Wrye Bash with the new STEP guide release and think it'll be a great way to organize and manage all the STEP mods. So far, I've installed the WB "standalone" and all the other goodies (ie skse, BOSS, etc) pretty much following the WB guide on the wiki. I'm now at the step where I need to move my mod downloads into the ..\Skyrim Mods\Bash Installers folder and am having some difficulties locating them under the WB "installers" tab.

The mods I'm looking for are the first couple big content mods listed in the first set of the STEP guide (section B1 I believe). These are Skyrim Realistic Overall and the like. I've been leaving the mod downloads in their packed .7z format and simply moving them to the \Bash Installers folder. These doesn't seem to be working for me. I'm unsure if I should unpack and rename them for WB>Installers to recognize them or if I have the UAC enabled (pop-up warned about this when I downloaded WB) or something I'm not seeing.

In summary, I can't get the mods I downloaded to appear in WB's "Installers" tab and don't know why :( . Thanks for any help / suggestions!

Double check the Skyrim Installation Guide and be certain to conform to Fri's advice about installing Steam properly. then revisit the Wrye Bash guide, as the installation instructions changed in the last 24 hours.

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Posted 13 May 2012 - 09:40 AM

Be sure to use "Bashed Patch, Skyrim.esp" under Mopy/templates

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Posted 13 May 2012 - 09:42 AM

yep just worked that out... you were too quick for me, now deleting my post looks silly :geek:
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Posted 15 May 2012 - 05:38 PM

@MW & Wiki team.

We might want to crossref the SVN install with this post and add anything that may be missing or nice to have.

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Posted 15 May 2012 - 05:50 PM

I already have all that info except the bain version of the ini tweaks included in the SIG. It could probably use a little more detail and clarity though ( as usual :P).
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Posted 21 May 2012 - 04:42 PM

Ok so I am kind of an idiot when it comes to the obvious. I am trying to redo my mods off of the WB Wiki and when it comes to BAIN package restructure and Complex-package repack I am pretty much clueless as to how to do it. What exactly am I trying to accomplish? I am just restructuring the layout of the contents correct? I am currently trying to redo (1-(CORE!-FPS!)Bethesda Hi-Res Optimized --FOR EVERY VERSION---9080-1-1) and I am not sure how I am supposed to restructure it to be recognized as a BAIN ready installer. lol can I get a better description in lay-man's terms?
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Posted 21 May 2012 - 05:06 PM

There's no need to do any repackaging of that mod at all as it already is in proper BAIN format and has an installer-wizard.
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Posted 21 May 2012 - 07:43 PM

Ok so I am kind of an idiot when it comes to the obvious. I am trying to redo my mods off of the WB Wiki and when it comes to BAIN package restructure and Complex-package repack I am pretty much clueless as to how to do it. What exactly am I trying to accomplish? I am just restructuring the layout of the contents correct? I am currently trying to redo (1-(CORE!-FPS!)Bethesda Hi-Res Optimized --FOR EVERY VERSION---9080-1-1) and I am not sure how I am supposed to restructure it to be recognized as a BAIN ready installer.

lol can I get a better description in lay-man's terms?

You should carefully read the BAIN repackaging chapter of the guide. Something tells me that you have not done so, as I went through painstaking measures to make the verbiage very clear and added many explanatory figures on top of that. Check out the sidebar. just read the guide start to finish. Lots more reading to do I am afraid... I know that this is an activity that many do not enjoy ....

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Posted 21 May 2012 - 09:13 PM

Ok so I am kind of an idiot when it comes to the obvious. I am trying to redo my mods off of the WB Wiki and when it comes to BAIN package restructure and Complex-package repack I am pretty much clueless as to how to do it. What exactly am I trying to accomplish? I am just restructuring the layout of the contents correct? I am currently trying to redo (1-(CORE!-FPS!)Bethesda Hi-Res Optimized --FOR EVERY VERSION---9080-1-1) and I am not sure how I am supposed to restructure it to be recognized as a BAIN ready installer.lol can I get a better description in lay-man's terms?

You should carefully read the BAIN repackaging chapter of the guide. Something tells me that you have not done so, as I went through painstaking measures to make the verbiage very clear and added many explanatory figures on top of that. Check out the sidebar. just read the guide start to finish. Lots more reading to do I am afraid... I know that this is an activity that many do not enjoy ....

Yeah I have read it 6 or 7 times for me it's not clear, at least not that part of the guide. I know my grammar does not reflect it but I was reading before I even started kindergarten and still read 2 or 3 books a week to this day.

But I think I know why I am confused. For some reason the check box for that mod bethesda hi res optimized is red for me and even when I try and install it I don't get any kind of options menu or anything that would allow me to configure the installation at all. Which led me to believe I needed to alter the structure of the folders inside the 7zip. Which I did and still have the same issue. Oh well I will figure this out.
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