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TesModManager

This is a modified version of OBMM extended (monpetitbeurre edition) from http://tesnexus.com/...le.php?id=32277 which adds Skyrim support

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Its not working for some reason. But if it does work, does this mean that Oblivion mods could be ported to Skyrim. I'm sure many people would love to see an OBGE for Skyrim.

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I had an issue where Skyrim would not be detected on some PCs. This is updated and I re-uploaded. The button right below the image on the right should say "launch Skyrim" or "Launch Oblivion". Try downloading again if the one you have does not.

Note that _SOME_ oblivion mods will work as is. Most will need to be modified because meshes and textures are not all 100% compatible.

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So what can this do that NMM can't?

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i try it and it can't detect my skyrim ini files.
Did i do something wrong ? I downloaded obmm on tesnexus and copy paste your exe in skyrim folder.
I used manual obmm install and copy paste it in skyrim folder too.

Edited by koryushin, 31 December 2011 - 09:27 PM.


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The window on the left doesn't seem to scroll down to the end of the list of .esps so the last few .esps are not visible, the small preview window bottom left is hiding them. Is there a setting to change the position of the preview window ?

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Sweet, thank you so much for this.

I always liked the oblivion mod manager, one thing that it had that was unique was a Conflict detector (:.

Wich Skyrim really needs

endorsement coming soon.

I'm hoping for a full installer soon, i managed to get it working. Complicated as it is (:

For some odd reason you still need the Oblivion ini for it to work properly, noting that can't find ini error.

Edited by Thor., 31 December 2011 - 10:05 PM.


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boxofgravel: It can detect conflicts between mods, supports scripting and a lot of other things. Please check the tesnexus OBMM Extended page to get the full list

koryushin: What is the exact error message? Did the application still load?

wallyjones: OK. I'll fix it.

Thor: I'll check. I have Oblivion on all my PCs so I never noticed.

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Not working for me at all. Here is the error message I get;-

"31 December 2011 - 23:18:57
1.1.13 (Safe mode)
OS version: Microsoft Windows NT 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1

Type: System.IO.FileNotFoundException
Error message: Could not load file or assembly 'BaseTools, Version=10.10.15.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.
Stack trace: at OblivionModManager.MainForm.LoadOBMMEX()
at OblivionModManager.MainForm..ctor()
at OblivionModManager.Program.Main(String[] args)"

I have all the requirements installed.

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ginnyfizz: you are missing 2 files from OBMMEx install: BaseTools.dll and BaseTools.xml.
They should have been installed with OBMMEx.

I will upload all the files I use. You could just unzip this in the skyrim directory.




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