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MCM menu options become unresponsive after a min or so

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I noticed this in both a failed SR Legendary Edition install (which I gave up and restarted everything, including my Skyrim install, from scratch) and in the STEP extended install that I just finished:

 

After I open MCM and make a few adjustments to a particular mod, MCM stops responding. It doesn't freeze, it's just that selecting things doesn't do anything. I have to close out of the MCM menu and then reopen.

 

I did a search on these forums for MCM + freeze and didn't find anything.

 

Does anyone have any suggestions?

 

Thanks.

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Fomod will have no bearing on how the MCM works ingame. It is as @Xaviien says an issue with SkyUI, or more specifically, the game engine labouring under a number of scripts and SkyUI's MCM scripts are playing 'catch up'.

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It only seems to do that to me occasionally, especially after activating a new mod through the MCM.

I wasn't able to pin down the problem, and it's incredibly easy to work around so I didn't bother looking too much.

 

IMHO it's most likely an issue with skse or skyui.

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I wonder if it's related to the FOMOD issue that can apparently sometimes happen when installing skyui in MO:

 

Users: Troubleshooting: if SkyUI does not work properly after installing in MO, try to:

  • Remove SkyUI mod from MO
  • Re-package SkyUI archive without fomod folder
  • Install re-packaged archive with MO

 

 

I might try this and see

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