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Ok, I admit, I am paranoid about not following the instructions to the letter... but not adding the overwrite to the game doesn't feel correct.....I need some clarity here...

 

 

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Right click the Overwrite and create mod. MO will make a mod folder out of those .hk files. Those are animation files, so no esp required. Just make the mod and tick the checkbox.

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Awesome, that was what I was thinking was correct from previous work, but it "did not say it..."

 

Thanks for quick reply!

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I dont currently, but I'm planning to group all dynamic output files into an SRLE Profile mod as that's what I do personally.

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That's a handy place to keep files produced by FNIS, Wrye Bash and SUM, as well as ones SKSE creates during game play (such as character presets or FISS profiles). Having one such folder for each profile allows you to keep these files for each profile separate.

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That's what I do place everything in an SR Patches mod. I have a different version for different profiles. Keeps things tidy.

 

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Easy. Right click on the Overwrite folder. Select Create Mod. 

 

Give it a name and all the Overwrite files will be put in a folder of that name in the left pane. Then all you do is activate that folder.

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Go into ...\Mod Organizer\mods\

Close MO.

Create a new folder - call it something witty

Move everything from ...\Mod Organizer\overwrite\ into this new folder.

Open up MO.

Activate the new mod folder on the left side of MO and activate any esps under plugins on the right.

 

If you have multiple profiles create and activate one such mod folder for each profile (and deactivate the other new mod folders for other profiles) , building any patches then running FINS, Wrye Bash, SUM for each and moving the contents of overwrite into the new folder for each.

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Thanks... this would have been handy to consider prior to moving from CORE to SRLE.  As it stands, I have lots of CORE stuff mixed into my SRLE build, though I re-numbered and put "SRLE" in the rename mod if it included a fomod install. Hmmm.. this partially answers another question... and I cannot seem to find an answer in search...

 

I am getting a dual sheath redux error... as in "no esp". Missed something somewhere... fixed.

 

And as an addendum... what is the proper sequence after adding new mods... say I drop several armor mods and some companions in this... what is the proper sequence to make sure all the patches and such are correct?

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As a normal idea. If you add anything that adds or subtracts items, re do the bashed patch. 

 

If you're not sure, redo the bashed patch anyway. It's not hard to do and is quick.

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