December 30, 2016 at 5:23 am #39964
Any tips or gotchas involved in installing and running the mod?December 31, 2016 at 3:31 pm #39967
Still alpha. I was told the new Creation Kit would allow me to save it, but my CK crashed again.
You can download the alpha and try it out, it’s just loose files version of 3.31
In the comments I think someone mentioned they were able to save the mod in the new CK, you can try that as well, I just can’t save it myself, program crashes every time.January 3, 2017 at 2:28 am #39972
Wonder if some of the mod authors who have currently working SSE mods would be available for a CK saving consult? From what I can gather from the Nexus forums, CDCooley the coder who helps with the Inigo mod is a bit of a wiz when it comes to mod problem solving.February 10, 2017 at 8:41 am #40080
Ive just installed on SE and did a Wryebash patch and it shouted at me telling me there was a problem in the weapon section. I took a peak in TESVSEdit and it says there are no bytes in any of the weapons. Dont know if this is going to be a problem as I know nearly nothing about internal modding but it sounds like they arent gonna appear lol
Will the whole thing go nuclear on me or will I be ok ignoring it and giving replacements to the poor things if their weapons are missing?February 12, 2017 at 5:10 pm #40091
Here’s hoping the SE adds some new quests, much preferably ones that include Zora on them. God damn I love that girl.March 30, 2017 at 10:56 pm #40160
Has anyone had experience running the Loose File Alpha with a heavy mod list? I would love to hear some feedback on compatibility.
Also has anyone been a hero and actually managed to save this mod in the CK and share it?April 2, 2017 at 5:44 am #40162
So I took the plunge and spent the last three days building and play testing my mod list with the loose file Alpha.
How big a list? It’s fairly substantial:
Against all my reservations, everything seems to be working normally. No weird glitches, crashes or missing actors. Only exception being the one or two children added by the Alpha, they conflict with RK Children and have black faces.
With INPC playing nicely with others I am very happy to start my SSE playthrough.
If you were hesitating about taking the plunge with the Loose File Alpha then my advice would be:
1) Get your desired modded game fully working before adding the Alpha. This lets you hunt bugs & issues without worrying about Loose Files.
2) Add the Alpha and use Alternate start mod to quickstart in Whiterun Inn. Chat to all INPC’s in the city, such as Eldawyn, then go free Zora at Brittleshin Pass as it’s fairly quick to start the Children Fair. If this works and no weirdness has popped up you are probably in the clear.
IMPORTANT NOTE ON USING WYRE BASH
If you use a Wyre Bash patch to merge levelled lists, I noticed some minor issues when using Loose Files Alpha.
– Do NOT disable recommended mods at the initial Wrye prompt.
– Do NOT use the merged esp option, only use the levelled list merger.
Reasoning: Disabling mods to merge their esp’s was a normal thing in Oldrim to avoid the 255 esp limit. Attempting this with Loose Alpha installed caused issues with mods just not firing at all after being merged (plus it’s not really necessary yet). The levelled list bash patch still works like a charm.June 16, 2017 at 12:47 pm #40483
Sonja ReidParticipantJune 16, 2017 at 1:21 pm #40486
Update from me: 60 hours into my campaign, all running smoothly with no bugs encountered. If you are confident you can balance your mod list and wyre patch it correctly, then go for Loose File Alpha!
I’m running a modded witchhunter roleplay with a mercenary Zora. Together we are clearing out bandits, apostates and offering solutions to dangerous arcane problems across Skyrim.
June 16, 2017 at 3:10 pm #40490
- This reply was modified 1 month ago by Cato.
LOL. The version of your post that arrived in my inbox said “running smoothly with bugs”. I came to ask for a clarification. I found it edited to my satisfaction.
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