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  1. Found a few bad/broken links: Unofficial Material Fix:Bad link: http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/%7B%7B%7Bsourceid%7D%7D%7DGood link: https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/21027 Storm Lightning for SSE:Bad link: https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/%7B%7B%7Bsourceid%7D%7D%7DGood link: https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/29243
  2. How much money did you pay her for that gushing review?
  3. Out of curiosity on the "realism" thing, I went searching for hammered silverware on the nets. I don't know where/when these were made, but they do appear to be hammered and not in pristine condition, though there is still a bit of sheen to them. Of course, tarnish/corrosion would change that considerably. Also, for well-used items, I would expect a good supply of random scratches. I imagine getting the precise look 100% real-world and game-context accurate would take a ton of work. Anyways, I was just curious. Here's a few pics I found in case anyone is interested. Hammered Silver Platter Hammered Silver Plate Hammered Silver Bowl Hammered (I think) Silver Cups Heavily Tarnished Silver Cup Hammered Silver Ewer P.S. I never thought a video game would drive me to look up what old silverware looks like....
  4. Odahviing also comments that the PC doesn't know their tongue during The Fallen.
  5. ENBs are also not in the main STEP guide. It only provides a few configuration instructions for those intending to use an ENB.
  6. Skyrim Revisited: Legendary Edition Edit: Damn...I was about a half second too slow.
  7. Anyone have a direct link to the source code (the C version)? Sorry I don't have time to go searching through a bunch of forum posts but would like to run some checks over the weekend if I get the time.
  8. Compatability: Not compatible with mods that replaces the sign meshes, for example Signs of Skyrim.Should be compatible with mods that replace the texture of the signs.Should be compatible with weather mods, though if they alter the wind strength this will obviously effect how much the signs swing.Static Mesh Improvement Mod (SMIM) (by Brumbek): SMIM meshes are included with this mod and you should let it replace already installed SMIM sign meshes during the installation.Shor's Stone (by Arthmoor)Mods that adds new signs that doesn't use the vanilla sign meshes are compatible but those signs will be uneffected by the wind. I might add such meshes to this mod if they are brought to my attention. 1. Signs of Skyrim isn't used by STEP, unless it's wrapped into something else 2. Texture mods aren't an issue :) 3. Weather mods could be problematic with adjusted wind speed (I'm sure there's a way to balance wind vs sign mass) 4. Needs to be installed after SMIM (may want to verify the meshes are correct as claimed or just remove the meshes from this mod) 5. Not sure what he's saying about Shor's Stone...maybe that it's compatible...it's not used by STEP anyways 6. I don't think there are any mods that add signs in STEP but I could be wrong
  9. This seems to be a pretty nice immersion mod. It changes signs so that they react to the wind. There are some compatibility issues that appear to be fairly easy to resolve with the other STEP mods in use. https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/73916/?
  10. I think you have your version numbers mixed up. 2.9.9.3 should be 2.2.9.3 and 2.10.0 should be 2.2.10.0.
  11. Tip to ensure you have no problems with Torrent downloads: - Keep a bootable live Linux DVD or USB thumb drive handy (I prefer Linux Mint, as it's very similar to Windows and very easy to learn/use...just Google it) - Boot into your live Linux OS - Run the included Torrent client (for Linux Mint, it's called "Transmission"...typically just search for "torrent" in the system menu and it will pull up automatically) - Download the file you need to the desktop, unzip it and inspect the contents - Copy the file(s) to your Windows partition (this will be labelled as "OSDisk" or something similar in the file explorer) - Reboot into Windows....Windows was never harmed in this process and you had the opportunity to inspect the Torrent file(s) before moving them to the Windows partition Note: This isn't 100% foolproof unless you are able to inspect the files themselves at the bit-wise level AND know what you're looking for. However, that isn't at all an issue with Torrents, but with files in general. Even a seemingly benign .jpg image file downloaded from any website can contain harmful code, so that risk was always there whether you were aware of it or not. Using Linux in "live" mode will, however, prevent auto-execution of harmful code and also protect the Windows partition from bad stuff should it occur. If you think something went wrong when you downloaded/opened the file(s), simply reboot and all is well again.
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