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#1 Dante2904

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Posted 29 April 2013 - 12:52 PM

Has anyone seen an issue where WB doesn't allow you to drag & drop into the installers? I don't seem to have an "Anneal All" function either as shown in the readme.

I found some experiencing the same issue on the nexus forums, but seen no responses to it and one here on STEP forums, but I saw no follow up from the person having the issue.

 
In need of some help: I've reinstalled Wyre Bash and now I'm trying to drag and drop mods into the installers and it's not working. I've even manually placed them in the installers directory and they don't show up. I've refreshed the installers tab and even closed out of Wyre Bash and re-opened it. Have I missed a step reinstalling it?

It looks like the 'skyrim mods' folder that WB creates is not in the proper directory. Is it just under the'skyrim' folder which will be in the 'common' folder of the Steam install?
What version of WB are you using?


...\common\Skyrim Mods\Bash Installers

It worked fine yesterday, not sure what happened or how to fix it.

I'm using Wrye Smash 303? I cant find a version number, although there is no update via the update checker.
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#2 Dante2904

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Posted 29 April 2013 - 02:43 PM

I found the issue here in the bug reports, but not sure how to identify corrupt mods.



Still waiting on the full refresh to complete. The only thing I know to do is to check all the orange installers...
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#3 Dante2904

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 03:49 PM

Complete Uninstall of Wrye Bash, fresh install of Skyrim, reinstall of Wrye Bash (302, 302.1, 303, and 304, 1 at a time) and it still doesn't work.
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#4 Dante2904

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 05:01 PM

Hmm, this doesn't work because it's an "imaginary" feature hah! Of all the posts I read, I was confused thinking that you could drag and drop archives "inside" of the WB installer window - this has been a miserable fail in every such way I attempted since yesterday (obviously!). Thinking back to the first installation I did, I was dragging and dropping into the "WB Installers folder", with WB on top of that folder (screen space).
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#5 Vond

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 05:28 PM

That explains why I had no idea about the feature you were going on about. ;) Felt stupid I had missed such a feature before I switched to MO for installing (WB only for bashed patch now)
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Posted 30 April 2013 - 09:19 PM

I will continually swear it worked at first because I specifically remember it asking me if i wanted to copy over, but maybe I haven't slept enough lately. This installation and optimization process has pretty much taken every waking minute of over 4 days so far.
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Posted 30 April 2013 - 11:55 PM

If you are in the installers tab and click the order column, then you can use drag and drop to change the order of mods. You can't add new mods from outside the Bash Installers directory using WB, but if you use explorer to add it to the directory while WB is active it will show up in WB when it notices the change.


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