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MO: Empty UIO folder in my overwrite folder after exit...i want i gone forever

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After each session of the game (Fallout New Vegas) is closed i get the "problems exclaimation sign", and it's because i have empty folder named UIO ( apparently from the mod "User interface organizer" i am using) and a Menu folder,  in the overwrite folder. (see attachment) 

 

I always delete them, without any noticable trouble,  but they keep coming back, after every game session. This is annoying in itself and could make me miss some real problem in the future hiding behind this "false positive" problem.

 

Can anyone help me get rid of this occurence?

Pretty please with sugarcandy on top.

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After each session of the game (Fallout New Vegas) is closed i get the "problems exclaimation sign", and it's because i have empty folder named UIO ( apparently from the mod "User interface organizer" i am using) and a Menu folder,  in the overwrite folder. (see attachment)attachicon.gifUIO Overwrite.PNG

 

I always delete them, without any noticable trouble,  but they keep coming back, after every game session. This is annoying in itself and could make me miss some real problem in the future hiding behind this "false positive" problem.

 

Can anyone help me get rid of this occurence?

Pretty please with sugarcandy on top.

A quirk of the way UIO creates folders and how MO interprets them. No solution I am aware of will remove these from being created each time.

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