Hi all, new to the forum and to STEP modding in general, hopefully this isn't too difficult of a problem to solve. I've just about finished with the STEP guide and I'm on the Level of Detail step, but I can't run LodGen. When I try, I get the error message "Fatal: Could not open registry key: \SOFTWARE\BethesdaSoftworks\Fallout4 This can happen after Steam updates, run the game's launcher to restore registry settings"
I'm very new to modding and not very confident with anything, but I've followed the STEP guide to the letter. FO4 isn't even installed and I'm not sure why it's looking for FO4, in a folder that doesn't exist, for a Skyrim install.
The only thing I can think that might have affected it is the fact that I moved the initial MO2 installation to a different drive - however, I've updated all the filepaths to refer to the correct directories. I've added the argument -sse to the command line in MO2 but this hasn't helped - I feel like I'm missing something obvious here, but it's beyond my meagre abilities to figure it out. Any ideas?
Hi, I have two questions:
1. Is it possible to save MCM settings somehow? I'm doing a lot of testing now before committing to a save, and it's a chore to have to manually set those settings every time I start a new game. Some mods, like A matter of time, allows saving. But that doesn't appear to be the case for the majority of MCM mods.
2. Is it possible to have Dof only for under water? I don't like the effect of it on land, but I also don't like being able to see for miles underwater. Would Dynavision help with this? (I'm using ENB).
EDIT: Is the answer for 1 simply the .skse file in the saves folder?
the arguments '-iknowwhatimdoing' and '-allowmasterfilesedit' should NOT be entrenched into the STEP guide.
for starters: nothing you do with xEdit actually requires the latter one.
and the first is NOT meant 'simply for disabling a single pop-up': it does much more and the user is /meant/ to -ahem- KNOW WHAT IT IS and WHAT THEY DO. hence, the name.
This applies to SSE, as well.
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