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Trouble with MO + FNIS

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I hope this is the right place to ask this, I apologize if it isn't. 

 

I followed the STEP guide (installed all of the Core mods plus some Extended mods) using MO and everything went perfectly, until I got to the instructions regarding "3.A.3 Fore's New Idle System". This part is tripping me up:

 

After closing FNIS, there shall be files in Overwrite (essentially a fake mod located at the bottom of the left pane if sorted by priority ascending) created by FNIS. Right-click Overwrite and select Create Mod, name it FNIS Output and click OK. This will create a new mod listing in the left pane for the FNIS generated files. You will then need to check it to enable it. Each subsequent time you update FNIS behavior, you must open Overwrite and drag the new files back to this mod.

Specifically the red bolded part. Simply put, this does not happen. Nothing new appears in the left pane. I've followed these instructions to the letter, but this just doesn't happen at all.

 

So what did I miss? Any way to make this work? 

 

Please and thank you.

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Ok, I think you simply do not know what Overwrite is. In the Left Pane, when sorted by priority ascending, at the very bottom of the list is something in white text called Overwrite. This is what we're talking about.

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Christ almighty...

 

Okay, I think I've got it now. I didn't know I could double-click it. Thanks so much for the help. I swear I'm usually smarter than this :p

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