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The final steps of STEP

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So I've setup the core package for STEP and a BASH patch and have a few questions:

 

1. When creating a bashed patch you're asked an initial question relating to mergeable esps. The STEP guide doesn't say whether to OK or skip this step. Which should I choose?

 

2. If I change my BASH patch how do I update the mod I created for it? The instructions state to "open" overwrite, yet there appears to be no way to do this. How do I do this?

 

3. Mod Organizer is showing a big warning on the archives tab. STEP doesn't say to do anything with this tab, am I safe to ignore it?

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If asked to merge into patch then it is almost always safe to do so, since it is mostly mods with trivial changes that can be done automatically this way. 

 

The bash patch is made for your entire setup. If you alter any mod that is affected by the bashed patch you should update it. You can see which mods are masters for it, and if you change any of those you redo the patch. You do not need to update the other way around since the bashed patch is the final thing to load in your list.... at least it should be. (Not counting in skyproc patches)

 

And yes it is safe to ignore this. You can get it to go away if you wish, but it will not prevent your game from running at all. 

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Ah, I found for two if I open the information view for overwrite I can then drag items about.

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