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laclongquan

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Please help me how to export list of item in a mod, esp, or esm

 

I want to export list of items (weap ,  armo , cell, etc) and its associating ref number in a mod, in esp, esm, or bsa files. And I dont quite know how.

 

I can use geck to open up a mod file. Sort item by type... but how to export that list of item into a text file?

 

Specifically, I want to export a list of all the clothing and armors in FNV, both vanilla and dlc. That would open up esm files I think.

 

 I want to export a list of all the clothing and armors in Dust, That would open up esp

 

Please, step by step would be preferable.



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Weird thing is, there used to be a export list or some thing similar function in GECK. I used to be able to do it once or thrice, still have the txt resulting from that. But now I cant remember how I did it.

 

I effing give up. There's just no easy way to do it.

 

I install FNVEdit to use them.

 

There's a export list of cell in its script database, thus we can do with cells.

 

There'sa  F4 export list of items of same type script I found on Net, but damn thing is funky to use with FNV.

 

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Export list of cells has a cells.txt as result. nough said~

 

F4 exportlist of items of same type export it to armo_all excel file (for example). It's just code number and text code id. Do the excel magic to sort sheesh then Copy the columns  out to a txt file~

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Havent found a way to export items with stat. Like weapons and armors with detail stats. That would help in making weapon/armor tables.


Edited by laclongquan, 24 May 2022 - 04:54 AM.






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