Does adding a comment line interrupt the plug in loading?
# This file is used by Skyrim to keep track of your downloaded content.
# Please do not modify this file.
TriRoc Stripper Companion.esp
Auto Unequip Arrows.esp
Lanterns Of Skyrim - Bridges x2 - OnOff.esp
Dragon Falls Manor.esp
faster vanilla horses.esp
Crimson Tide - Blood.esp
I wanna know 'cause it'll help me organize my plug in list
AFAIK comment lines and empty lines are just ignored. Causing a parser to fail when either is encountered in a relatively free-form file is pretty stupid, and I trust that Bethesda's programmers aren't pretty stupid. (Though with the Skyrim launcher being case-sensitive, it is sometimes difficult to tell.)
Try it and see what happens.
Will this conflict with using Steam Mods and their load order?
Steam mods don't have a separate load order. Mods are mods to the game, it doesn't matter where they come from.
What do you think about this order?
High Resolution Texture Pack Official DLC (or Skyrim HD, I prefer SkyrimHD)
HD Textures DLC Fix
Categorized Favorites Menu
Categorized Favorites Menu Config- Mods Supported
Better Quest Objectives
A Quality World Map
No More Blocky Faces
Hight Quality Eyes
Enhanced Blood Textures
Millenia Weapons Retexture Project
Cloaks of Skyrim
Glowing Ore Veins 300
PISE - Improved Skyrim Experience
Realistic Lighting With Customization
Realistic Ragdolls and Force
Deadly Spell Impacts
Better Dynamic Snow
Snow HQ Texture Pack
Static Mesh Improvement
Skyrim HD 2K Textures (Or official HD Textures)
More Dynamic Shadows
Water & Terrain Enhancement
Skyrim Flora Overhaul
Lush Trees Vurt Compatibility Patch
Realistic Smoke and Embers
Enhanced Night Skyrim
Enhanced Distant Terrain
Natural Skyrim Rain
Immersive Skyrim Thunder
Real Ice - All in One
Unofficial Skyrim Patch
Bellyache’s Animal Pack
SkyTest - Realistic Animals & Predators
Birds & Flocks
Sounds of Skyrim Dungeons
Sounds of Skyrim Wild Life
That's a list of things you can download, not a load order.
I wanted more realistic bodies in Skyrim. (i.e.) CHCBHC-CBBE-BBP
I am experiencing a lighting problem indoors close to fires and windows.
A faint shadowy pattern similar to zebra stripes appears across parts of the skin.
This pattern is flicking around in certain areas but changing slowly enough that my eye can track it.
The patterns will move at different angles and change at different positions.
I suspect it may be related to shading?
Can I do anything to correct it?
1. Skyrim compatible textures
2. NVidia Graphics card settings
3. Lighting patches
These are all the mods I have installed in exact order they were installed
I used the TES Mod Manager to install everything except one mod that needed manual installation.
I was able to apply all by adjusting the order.
apply :: CBBEv3M Body Repalacer by MAK
apply :: WSBP - Windsong Skyrim Beauty Project V1 by Windsong
apply :: RANs HeadMech Variants - RANs type-C Headmesh
apply :: envision Face - envision Face Large Lips for CBBE
apply :: Natural Eyes oRIGINAL sIZE 1_3
apply :: ApachiiSkyHair by Apachii
apply :: CHSBHC - BBP - Nude and Jiggly Mod - CHSBHC-Body-Physics-ModV2-4-1
apply :: BBP Scale for CHSBHC with BBP
apply :: Patch to fix arm animation issue of the BBP system of CHSBHC by mirap
apply :: Alternative Nude Texture
apply :: NoMaaM Breathing Idles BBB
apply :: Feminine Running and New Dash Animation by xp32
apply :: Calientes Female Body Mod Big Bottom Edition -CBBE- vr 3.0
copy in :: Calientes Body Slide Version 1.2
correct :: use notepad to update the pathname in Config.xml
apply :: Calientes Vanilla Armor for CBBE - CVA Combined Pack v2-0-1
execute :: body slide version 1.2 using CalienteBody BBP
:: use Calientes BBP settings that match up well with the next mod
apply :: Stacked Against Gravity Body & Armors BBP/Scaling
apply :: A Quality World Map - With Roads - Quality World Map - All Roads
execute :: run skyrim and open console with "~" key
:: run "showracemenu"
:: close console with"~" key
:: adjust weight to for smaller size
:: save game and restart
I'd suggest starting a new thread for your issue, if you've already done a search for it and found no existing threads.
Wait, so how do you know the order in which to list the mods in plugins.txt or loadorder.txt I'm not sure how to do this and after it says Bethesda Studio, it just crashes and sends me back to my dekstop.
Just use BOSS if you don't know. There are explanations of how to decide on a load order lying around the internet. TESCOSI has a reasonably accurate article on Load Order, IIRC.
Edited by wrinklyninja, 24 April 2012 - 10:13 PM.