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  1. Thank you! I have another question. I have got really really long loading times in Fallout 4 for some reason (I have ssd) and I have heard some people say that adding iNumHWThreads=X (where X is the number of cores you have) could fix things or even improve performance (heard someone who got a lot better perfomance in Skyrim with this). Do you know anything about this ini tweak and if it is safe?
  2. Thank you for the answers! I am still wondering about what I wrote in the follow up though: "For example if I choose Ultra settings in Fallout 4 launcher the Grass Fade is set to max, but if I try to restore Ultra vanilla preset in Bethini it only puts the Grass Fade at around 50%?" Why is it not restoring vanilla ultra settings when I press vanilla and restore default? (I checked by going into the launcher after I saved and it had grass at around 50% when vanilla ultra is really 100%. Also I would be hesitant to use if there are some settings like Weapon Debri that has not been added yet. Are there other effects that are not added in the Bethini? And if I want to use the Bethini now, can I still turn on Weapon Debri somehow? Just a side question also, the Bethini will never change the ini at any later point unless I run the program and save?
  3. Hm after more tweaking I just don't get this, is this mod outdated? For example if I choose Ultra settings in Fallout 4 launcher the Grass Fade is set to max, but if I try to restore Ultra vanilla preset in Bethini it only puts the Grass Fade at around 50%?
  4. For example one edit I seem to need for my game to not have very strange frame jumps sometimes is to put iFPSClamp=60 in the general tab in the ini. However if I run the Bethini this seems to be removed as I save the ini.
  5. I have some questions: 1 - Is there a reason that BethIni recommends to play in windows borderless instad of regular fullscreen? Is one superior to the other? Or does it not really matter and I could play in regular fullscreen if I wanted? 2 - Do I need to rerun Bethini every time i install a new mod in case it needs to tweak something? Does it detect what mods I have installed? And do I just need to start it and it will do the tweaks or do I need to press something? 3 - Why is Weapon Debris and Rain Occlusion not included in the options in the Bethini? If I run the BethIni these are turned off in my settings 4 - Can I make manual changes to the ini while using BethIni (or in the games general settings) or will these changes be reset every time I use Bethini?
  6. I dont think I want to run open morrowind but rather vanilla morrowind but enchanced graphics.
  7. Oh I did not know that. From searching around the internet many seem to point to this Morrowind STEP guide as the best one. Do you know any good STEP guide for Oblivion?
  8. I am interested in trying out the STEP guide for Morrowind but I have a few questions. (I am following this: https://wiki.step-pro...Guide:Morrowind ) 1 - Is there some more info to be found on some of the steps on exactly how to install things? For example in 3.D Shader Library section the links that I am supposed to follow and install just directs me to some place with text? What should I do there? For example this: https://pastebin.com/kPCpcsHe 2 - One of the first steps is to Install MGE XE. It also states that: "After install, adjust the resolution to what the system is using(for example 1920 x 1080)" Is it necessary to play in the resolution of my system? I often actually prefer to play Morrowind in a lower resolution because I think it looks less sharp and more smooth and organic in some way. 3 - I see that the STEP page seems to be modified quite frequently. It was actaually modified yesterday as of latest "This page was last modified on October 25, 2017, at 12:41." Does this mean that things are added or removed etc and improved over time? And if so, is there some easy way to check what has changed or improved so I can update my Step installation with time if superior things are added or removed? 4 - Say that I have gone through the whole STEP guide and created my fully modded Morrowind. Is there a way to backup everything so I can restore things in case I buy a new computer or reinstall it etc without having to redo everything from scratch?
  9. Oh I did not know there was different STEP guides, is there an official STEP guide for Morrowind?
  10. I am interested in trying out the STEP guide for Morrowind but I have a few questions. (I am following this: https://wiki.step-project.com/Guide:Morrowind ) 1 - Is there some more info to be found on some of the steps on exactly how to install things? For example in 3.D Shader Library section the links that I am supposed to follow and install just directs me to some place with text? What should I do there? For example this: https://pastebin.com/kPCpcsHe 2 - One of the first steps is to Install MGE XE. It also states that: "After install, adjust the resolution to what the system is using(for example 1920 x 1080)" Is it necessary to play in the resolution of my system? I often actually prefer to play Morrowind in a lower resolution because I think it looks less sharp and more smooth and organic in some way. 3 - I see that the STEP page seems to be modified quite frequently. It was actaually modified yesterday as of latest "This page was last modified on October 25, 2017, at 12:41." Does this mean that things are added or removed etc and improved over time? And if so, is there some easy way to check what has changed or improved so I can update my Step installation with time if superior things are added or removed? 4 - Say that I have gone through the whole STEP guide and created my fully modded Morrowind. Is there a way to backup everything so I can restore things in case I buy a new computer or reinstall it etc without having to redo everything from scratch?
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