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#46 DoubleYou

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Posted 12 July 2014 - 07:29 PM

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#47 rothbardian

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 06:39 PM

Oops, missed that, thanks DoubleYou. :)

 

ENB question:

 

I got clarification earlier that I *don't* need to install  Boris Vorontsov's Antifreeze patch or his generic injector.

But I just downloaded ENB 0.254 and looked in the zip file to see that there are two separate folders: InjectorVersion and WrapperVersion. 

 

Should I pretty much assume that the wrapper version is what is used by default if an ENB doesn't specifically mention which one to use, e.g. with Natural lighting and Atmospheric (which doesn't seem to be CoT compatible either)? 

 

This ENB also requires "ENB Helper" -- is that good to have anyway regardless of what ENB you use, or does it have any compatibility issues?  https://www.dev-c.co...yrim/enbhelper/


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#48 Aiyen

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 08:32 PM

Wrapper is always what you want to use if possible. The Injector is there to solve a few compatibility issues with other 3rd party software that some people like to run with. So if wrapper fails then try the injector. And if that fails you most likely have something else preventing .dll hooking from happening in general. 

 

NLA comes with its own weather .esp hence why it is not compatible with other weathers mods without patching. 

 

ENB helper is most often included in presets that require it...it is mainly required for making multiple weathers functions and time of day functions work. 

There is not really any downside to having it on even if a preset does not use it. But in general you should always clear out the enbseries folder when you change preset so best to just delete it if you change to a preset that does not use it. 





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