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Simple Borderless Window and Wrye Bash

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Hey y'all - anyone know if you can trigger Simple Borderless Window to run through Wrye Bash when launching Skyrim with SKSE? Maybe through the Apps folder?

 

I suppose I could try to set Skyrim to run in windowed mode at my desired resolution (1920x1080) via SkyrimLauncher and SkyrimPrefs.ini tweak, then launch Skyrim from WB and alt-tab to run SBW...?

 

Anyone here use it? Thoughts?

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You can create your own launcher at the bottom yes, but it will not start both programs unless they already do that, I can't give details as this is one of the few things I haven't actually done yet with bash.

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Create a .bat script and place it in your Skyrim/Mopy/Apps directory. From inside of that, run SKSE (with the call command), followed by SWB. Probably want a short sleep in there to give the game time to actually get started.

 

Something like...

 

@echo off
call ..\..\skse-launcher.exe
sleep 2
call ..\..\<sbw.exe>

 

Haven't tested, but should work.

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You should just be able to call sbw.exe as it will call SKSE as long as they are in the same directory as the game executable. Running step I've used "SBW.exe modify=30000" so that I have 30 seconds instead of defualt time of 15(if I recall correctly) becuase it takes about 25 seconds for my game to launch properly so that when SBW triggers I get it with the full size otherwise if game isn't loaded to start screen properly I get a little box only in the top left corner. If you want to know the other commands you can give SBW you can go to the nexus page https://skyrim.nexusmods.com/mods/4.

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Sweet! Thanks for the ideas, I'll give them a try this weekend and report back.


Edit: after trying both variations on the bat file approach mentioned above, I still couldn't get it run SBW from Wrye.  No doubt, it's user error... :><:  I have sbw.exe in the skyrim root folder, alongside skse-loader.exe and tesv.exe.  When I launch skyrim from within WB using the icon, it wouldn't trigger sbw...

 

What I did do, that seems to work, is I dropped a shortcut to sbw.exe into the Apps folder, which was recognized by WB.  It created a small icon for it and launches the game as it should.

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