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A quick question about running Wrye Bash with MO2.
 

I noticed that Wrye Bash creates a directory in my Steam Skyrim SE directory, alongside the game folder.    The directory is G:\Steam Library G\steamapps\common\Skyrim Special Edition Mods, and contains two sub directories, Bash Installers and Bash Mod Data.

Is that what it's supposed to do, or should it be writing to the MO2 mods folder or elsewhere? Everything seems to be working fine as far as I can tell.

I'm using the stand alone "portable" version of WB, if that makes any difference? 

 

Thank you.

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It can be safely deleted or ignored. It's only used by WB and not Skyrim itself. If you delete it, it obviously will be recreated next time you use it, but otherwise, there's no reason to mess with it.

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Thanks very much :  )

I wondered if it meant that I had WB incorrectly set up or something. I shall ignore it then.

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