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I have tested this and it does indeed work. The new hook.dll also.

I'm going to spread the word where I can ... Very cool that we can now compile scripts in MO! :)

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The wiki post doesn't include the full link.  The hyperlink has the '...' in it so you are unable to follow both the microsoft link and the dropbox link.

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In windows 8.1 correct location is "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v8.1A\bin\NETFX 4.5.1 Tools..."

 

But it's not working for me and it gives me error (corflags error cf001 could not open file for writing)

 

After 1h of trying every solution i could find, error still exist.

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Make sure the path to the corflags.exe is enclosed in double quotes and then the switch is separate and then the path to the Papyrus Compiler is also enclosed in double quotes.

 

"C:\program files (x86)\Microsoft Kits\8.1a\bin\NETFX 4.5.1 Tools\corflags.exe" /32bit+ "c:\Program Files (x86)\steam\steam apps\common\skyrim\papyrus compiler\papyruscompiler.exe"

 

These are the paths as described in the wiki.

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Have no idea why how he have that path. I installed steam out of c:\, where windows exist. Have installed visual studio 2013 in c:\ too

my path is : "C:/program files (x86)/Microsoft SDKs/Windows/v8.1A/bin/NETFX 4.5.1 Tools/corflags.exe" /32bit+ "d:/Program Files (x86)/steam/steam apps/common/skyrim/papyrus compiler/papyruscompiler.exe"

 

try run cmd as admin, try run vs 2013 cmd, try to give permission to folders etc but same result.

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The actual paths as listed in the wiki are not real. They are used only to show the need to enclose each path in double quotes and have the switch 

/32bit+

 in between them. Depending on where each user installed the SDK and the Creation Kit those paths will be different.

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You say that you have installed Steam out of Program Files (x86) yet your path is d:/Program Files (x86)/steam/steam apps/common/skyrim/papyrus compiler/papyruscompiler.exe" ???

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I said installed in different partition than one which holds windows itself, which is C:\ , not program files.

 

Program files in other partition were created by default while i installed steam. You know, when you install stuff, it offers you C:\ by defult and you just change your drive letter.

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How many other programs are there installed in this 2nd 'Program Files (x86)' folder?

 

That sounds like it may be problematic if Windows registry is confusing the two.

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