Fallout 4 VR Default Values for All Valid INI Settings
If it's not here, the tweak is most likely bogus, if it follows the same pattern as in previous games. To verify a setting exists, use the getini console command. If it returns "NOT FOUND," it is bogus. (Side note: settings with a u-prefix always returns an "UNKNOWN TYPE" value. This is normal and the setting is still valid.) Plugin INIs have not been tested. I have settled for the same definition of "Default" as I used for the original Skyrim, i.e., the value used when the setting is not explicitly stated in the INI files.
Do NOT use these as your INI files. This is for reference only at this point.
(This is the result of normal use of the game that the custom INI is generated. It may be possible that a base INI file such as Fallout4.ini or Fallout4VR.ini works as well)
So I've been using mod organizer one for a long while but now that I've tried the second version, it doesn't wanna work for me only when using F4SE. Even without mods I run it and up pops an error telling me that a component of the script extender has stopped working. A command line is also run for some reason and spits the attached image below out. I'm at a loss now, is there any way to fix this?
I have had no issues with fomods running Mod Organizer 2, until now. I am trying to install "AAF Basic Animations Theme". I had it installed earlier but had to uninstall it. When I re-downloaded it, it came up with this error "Installation as fomod failed: No conditions were successful in an 'OR' clause!". I have tried several times to re-download the mod but keep getting the same error. As I said, I have had no issues until now.
Could someone assist please. Thanks in advance.
I figured it out. I had installed AAF.esm but had not checked in eather the left side nor the right side. Once I checked them off MO allowed me to install the "AAF Basic Theme) mod.
Sorry for cluttering up the forum.
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