Mod Organizer (by Tannin42)
Posted 30 April 2012 - 10:20 PM
Mod Organizer by Tannin42
A popular mod manager prefered by intermediate users. One drawback to this app is that it requires a background process. Need a full review.
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 06:23 PM
Oh, and it doesn't actually need a background process, it's got a button that will create for you a Skyrim shortcut which loads the modding profile through a SKSE plugin or a couple other methods.
Posted 09 May 2012 - 07:15 PM
Posted 10 May 2012 - 12:52 PM
Agree with s4n and would go further to say that Wrye Bash is arguably superior for managing mods than ANY other mod organizer (including MO)
snip /... in terms of purely managing mods, Mod Organizer is far more powerful ... snip/... (than WB)..../snip.
PROVE ME WRONG AND WRITE A REVIEW!
Posted 13 May 2012 - 12:38 PM
Mo have 3 ways to run:
MO does need to be running in the background in order to provide the virtual Data folder and INI files to both the game and any other process that may need access. While I doubt it's going to have any impact on performance, it's a reliance that some don't like to have. It's also a stretch to say it MO is far more powerful at managing mods. They are simply different mechanisms. WB also has profiles, so nothing new there.
What it really comes down to is that MO does a great job at managing mods, and with the ability to register NMM links, it's a superior replacement to NMM.
1. Where you need MO to run and start game through MO
2. Let MO install a .dll so skse is doing the job, and then you don't need to run MO again to get the virtual data folder when starting the game with skse.
3. By running a inject allá ENB/FXAA/SMAA by inject with steam_api.dll, and then as with skse you don't need MO to run when you start the game.
But what I love about MO is when your done playing and close the game you have a clean Data folder. And if needed to test a mod it's easy when clean Data folder and a test profile in MO.
You might use a little more HDD space then by installing into Data folder, but the I don't care about when I know I have a clean Data folder.
And one more great thing MO can is when you install a mod you have the opportunity to deselect files the STEP is telling to drop from the mod.
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