Welcome to Step, you probably messed everything up the 1st time and gave up, without saying a word to anyone.
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You guys really need to mainstream STEP and I'm going to be blunt, and the truth will hurts... When you invite a new guest over to your house, do you mention all the booby traps they must navigate to get from the sidewalk to your front door, before you open the door, kick them in the nuts and leave them bleeding in a ditch?
The 1st thing you need on the WIKI page is a "NEW PEOPLE CLICK HERE" flashing link that cannot be overlooked.
The 2nd thing you need on the NEXUS mod page is a big red warning on your files. DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS AND THINK IT IS STANDALONE! THERE ARE MANY HOOPS TO JUMP THROUGH. VISIT THE THE STEP WIKI PAGE 1ST.
How did I get to this level of hostility in about 3 hours?
1st thing I did was download the STEP COMPILATION INSTALLER without having mod organizer, because I am a real man and can manage files on my own: WRONG: 700ish MBs of bandwidth wasted.
2nd thing I did was end up here somehow. https://wiki.step-project.com/STEP:188.8.131.52 Not sure how I ended up there, but it sure wasn't the 1st think I clicked and I probably didn't get to it from the WIKI splash page.
1) Now, what is all this stuff before part "1.A. Install Steam & Skyrim". Have any of you actually read it? Do you think someone new is going to read it? Give your head a shake.
2) Why is there not an INI file you can simply copy paste instead of going through all these settings 1 at a time (some of which are already default to the entry shown).
3) I got as far as step 2B and glanced at step 2C before I realized I had left the land of cool geektopia. Streamline all of this process. A quick glance around the forums shows that requests for help are more like group therapy sessions rather than technical clarification.
I found an alternative to step pretty quickly. RCRN. Not because it's better, but because there is no nonsense involved to make Skyrim look nice.
Do your community a favor and make an executable that installs a base STEP package for people who don't want to do all of these things (I get it, experimental mod management is a more fun game for all of you then Skyrim itself)
Now let me tell you why you should listen and implement my requests.
If there is one thing the Milgram Experiment has taught anyone, it is that the government knows who to place in national security. (Authoritarian personalities that are easily swayed to abuse their granted power)
One of these days, some dorky spook is going to visit your project, have a mental meltdown trying to use it, and then get his jollies surgically ruining your lives by abusing their power using fusion centres.
PS, I did not "Search the forums before posting here!"Edited by Nebulous112
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