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When using ELFX - Exteriors Fixes, we have the option to use regular or ENB versions. If I choose the ENB version now and the performance test indicates that my system cannot handle ENB, will I be able to swap versions later? If similar options appear with other mods, will I be able to revert to non-ENB versions later (i.e., before 21-Post-Processing in STEP Guide 2.0.0)?

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Yes, just go back to the mod in MO, right-click, and select "reinstall" with the other options. Then choose to "Replace" when prompted.

If it's an entirely separate download/mod, then disable (untick) the current mod, and install the other version. Then place it just before or after the disabled mod version leaving that one unticked.

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51 minutes ago, z929669 said:

Yes, just go back to the mod in MO, right-click, and select "reinstall" with the other options. Then choose to "Replace" when prompted.

If it's an entirely separate download/mod, then disable (untick) the current mod, and install the other version. Then place it just before or after the disabled mod version leaving that one unticked.

That's easy! Thanks.

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I always install both options as separate mods by naming it with "ENB Version" at the end. That way I can easily switch between them if necessary. 

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1 hour ago, DoubleYou said:

I always install both options as separate mods by naming it with "ENB Version" at the end. That way I can easily switch between them if necessary. 

THis is a good point. I was also doing this but got lazy a while back and haven't installed the non-ENB options again.

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I've been doing much the same, but I add the Note column to the left pane and add a note with a background color with text like "ENB Version" and "non-ENB Version". It's a bit more of a pain than that adding "ENB Version" to the mod name, but these stand out in the left pane.

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You can add your own categories to the filter with mod organizer 2. I often tag my own mods into categories so I can easily see a group of mods with a quick click. The background color options are great too, did not think of that. 

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6 hours ago, Eliian said:

You can add your own categories to the filter with mod organizer 2. I often tag my own mods into categories so I can easily see a group of mods with a quick click. The background color options are great too, did not think of that. 

I use separators rather than categories, but both work.

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