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Willow and ILO

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This is probably not a big deal but i'm curious. Why install ILO before Willow? The ILO plugin for Willow's player home is invaluable in my opinion. The lighting in it standard is pretty horrible. Is it to save on plugin count?

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The ILO plugin for Willow gets added into a merged ILO plugin.  Then LOOT will end up sorting the merged ILO plugin to load after Willow's main plugin.  Just because one mod package is placed before the other, it has no influence on the sorting of the plugins.  In this case, the order of data you are hoping for is in fact achieved due to LOOT.

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The ILO plugin for Willow gets added into a merged ILO plugin.  Then LOOT will end up sorting the merged ILO plugin to load after Willow's main plugin.  Just because one mod package is placed before the other, it has no influence on the sorting of the plugins.  In this case, the order of data you are hoping for is in fact achieved due to LOOT.

While we're on the subject of ILO plugins, are we not suppose to get the YUP patch? And if we are, cannot it be merged in as well? 

 

More to the point, how do you fix the load order? It says to move them over, but I assume we need to be in the "Load After" section yes? Or am I missing something? 

Edited by Aeradom

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Wrye Bash is doing great job when it comes to lighting mods like ILO. Just put proper tags and bashed patch will contain all the ILO edits making it compatible with everything without any need for additional compatibility patches.

 

Mod order on the left side panel determines only file level conflicts - if different mods have the file with the same name and some location the one which belongs to the last mod in the list on left panel will be used.

 

Right panel are esps/esms and their order determines record level priorities. If 2 different esps edit the same formid record then the one which is loaded last will be in effect.

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