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xEditQuickAutoClean doesn't create backup of Update.esm


I followed the instructions on setting up the tools


Tick the Create files in mod instead of overwrite box and select the xEdit Output mod from the drop-down.

Right now, as a workaround, I just manually backed up Update.esm and copy it somewhere, before cleaning with xEditQuickAutoClean.

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I do not know why but, it fixed itself? Reverting to the original masters and running QuickAutoClean now creates the cleaned Update.esm file



This is strange, don't know why it happened in the first place.

Kindly close the thread, mods. Thanks

Edited by jeof96

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