Best Answer z929669 , 23 May 2014 - 09:05 PM
NICE, you have resolved the issue I think.
If one does not have the DLC, then one will get the USkP changes, regardless of using MO or not.
However, if one DOES have the DLC, then the USkP verion is incorrect (it must be different than the DG fix), and it persists for MO users following the MO protocol, and you get the issue. Hiding the USkP assets allows the DLC content to shine through, right!?
I am anxious for Kludebar to comment at this point. I don't have time to verify, and I think that as the issue invoker, he needs to rule out this seeming probability.
Very nice. I have been looking for a good example to corroborate what Arthmoor et al have been arguing and validate the concern that there are use cases where the elegance of MO standards could break things unless we either inform the user or add in some contingencies.
EDIT: I have the same issue regarding prioritization, so if someone can direct me where I can find the NPC in question, I will check.Go to the full post