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MO and multiple profiles explained in depht

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Hi first hello to all.

 

I use MO for years now . But recently i discovered the usefull profile feature. But i am stuck now.

 

1:   I need a different setup for skse  for each of my profiles.

 

 

2:   i need a different profile for FNIS for each of my profile. (this i have fixed by creating a mod in the override folder for each of my profiles hope that the way its supposed to be done)

 

 

can a memeber pls explain how to do it or provide a link.. i havent found related posts here..

 

many thanks for support

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1) You don't need a different install of SKSE for each profile. If each profile is for Skyrim, then you can run every profile from the same SKSE install.

 

2) Once you run FNIS, the files will go into the Overwrite folder. Simply right-click on Overwrite in your list and choose "create mod". Name it the same as your profile (XYZ FNIS Patch), place the new mod directly below FNIS, and activate it. Do this instead because you should keep files in your Overwrite folder.

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Hi thx for fast reply  i know that i dont need to install skse for each profile but i have skse script that vary for each profile. Example. pinup poser activated in one mod profile and a mod profile without pinup poser.  

 

(i thought the overwrite folder has to be empty ? I always create a mod form here or paste the overwrite contents to the appropriate mod.)

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If it's a custom script and not an altered vanilla nor SKSE script (aka it's only included in that mod), then you can still use the same SKSE for all profiles. Having a custom script present will not affect anything in a profile that doesn't have a mod that uses the script. The script will just sit there unused by the game.

 

If it is an altered vanilla or SKSE script, then you simply need to create a new mod with the scripts (be sure the entire folder structure is present) and place it directly below SKSE in your install order.

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THX so its no problem having the fnis behaviour files  (the include skse .pex files) in skse scripts folder even if they are like 2000 as in my case?

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