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Discussion topic: Scrambled Bugs by KernalsEgg Wiki Link For testing, set INI: FixAbilityConditionBug.Enabled, and modify the setting in BugFixesSSE.config.txt to 'false'. If this mod is accepted, then this will be the guide config. This mod introduces engine bug fixes. Some are integrated in the current SE guide, but some aren't too. What I'm more interested at, is the 2nd enchantment effect bug fix. Also, the perk entry point bug where if you 2 apply-on-hit effects only 1 will work, this fixes it. It's against the guidelines to repeat the mod description, but please take a look at the mod page and check out the things it fixes.
Discussion topic: Battle-Ready Candlelight Fixes by ThatSpartacusGuy Wiki Link Accepted for SE Guide (> 1.0.0) This mod does what 1st Person Candlelight Fixes does and also removes the particle glow and adjusts the candle placement, which are both arguably fixes, too. Need someone to test out in game and provide screens compares against Step default.
Discussion topic: No Grass in Objects by meh321 Wiki Link Accepted for next SE guide version (> 1.0.0) Prevents grass clipping through most objects. Mod performs a raycast in-game from each position where grass is located and if it detects a collision with another object then it doesn't place grass at that point. Needs .Net framework but that's already a requirement for MO2. OCD sufferers rejoice!
https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/37169/? I feel that this mod vastly improves the appearance of the glass helmet, particularly on male characters. On males you can actually see through the helmet on either side of the characters head. The fit for the female helmets isn't nearly as bad, and from what I can tell, this mod only slightly narrows the top of the female helmet. This mod is actually a combination of the meshes from Better Fitting Glass Helmet by Abakus and some esp changes that fix an issue with elven ears clipping through the side of the helmet. The ear clipping issue is present with both the vanilla meshes and the "better fitting" meshes, so this mod's fixes are valid even if the altered meshes aren't used. Here are some comparisons. The files are named in a way which should hopefully make it clear which are vanilla and which are from this mod. https://drive.google...aEE&usp=sharing