I'm looking into doing some Oblivion streams in the future, and was looking into mods.
Wanted to know if there is anywhere some modern\updated guides, and what manager, those whom do oblivion modding use nowadays?
MO1? MO2? Vortex?
I know it's an old game, but searching the only guides i found were from from 7\6 yrs ago! So, anyone could give some help on this front?
While modding Skyrim with MO there were several mods that made use of custom mini INI files that seemed to over-write small parts of skyrim.ini or skyrimprefs.ini
Is this an intrinsic part of Skyrim or of MO? If it's part of Mod Organizer, can it be applied to the Fallout games? for example, it'd be great to add a 'darnifiedui.ini' to dUI that contained just the [Fonts] section, meaning I didn't need to add it to fallout.ini manually.
Thanks for any light shed on this!
As the title suggests, whenever I run TES4LODGEN through MO it takes a while to complete (upwards of 10 minutes) as opposed to running it outside of MO (under 2 minutes). Is this just part and parcel of how TES4LODGen works when it is run through MO?
Where you can see that it is processing cells at the top of its window, it starts out by processing maybe 100 every second or so, but by the time it reaches the 2000 mark it slows remarkably down to 3 per second (roughly). Once again, when run outside of MO it takes about 1:30 to process every worldspace and finish entirely.
This is with an unmodified, vanilla Oblivion install too. I disabled all mods in MO, but did activate archive invalidation.
Run through MO, I'll mention that it started processing the first worldspace at 00:18, and as you can see its not even halfway through 9 minutes in. At this point I gave up and ended the process through Task Manager.
On the other hand, run outside of MO and in my common/oblivion folder, the whole process is completed in less than a minute, and the first worldspace started processing at 00:18 too.
Has anyone else had this problem, or does anybody know if there is a solution? I just dont fancy waiting potentially 20 - 30 minutes everytime I need to re-run TES4LODGen when I know it can be completed in minutes.
Edit: Im using MO 1.2.9
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