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(Sorry if I do this wrong, I'm new)

Hey awesome modders! I was wondering if any of you could take a little time to help me, since I have no idea how to do this. I have the hearthfire multiple adoptions mod (http://www.nexusmods...im/mods/29249/?) enabled, and I would really like to have my family live in Proudspire, but, obviously, the vanilla homes only come with 2 child beds, not 6. I tried out Fusiontron's mod (http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/40990/?) which adds extra child beds to all the vanilla homes, but the mod puts 6 new beds in the basement replacing the armory, alchemy, and enchanting stations instead of adding 4 new child beds to the existing children's room. I tried to add the beds using the console, but I couldn't get the kids to actually sleep in them. Could one of you guys do me a HUGE favor and just add those 4 child beds in the room that's already there? Thank you sooooo much!



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I'll give it a try, when i'm not feeling so lazy, should be done by tomorrow. 



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Thanks a million!



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(If it's not too much trouble, it would be SO awesome if you could do that for Honeyside too. You definitely don't have to or anything)



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that is not the only mod that adds the extra beds.  There are at least a few out there already,  Including my own. 

 

http://www.nexusmods...im/mods/44410/?

 

which actually started out just as a way not to lose all you enchanting and alchemy stuff when you adopted and then my brain exploded all over it. 


Edited by Galadreal, 26 May 2014 - 04:13 PM.


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I know, I saw yours and really liked it but for some reason my game kept crashing when I had it installed :P. Also, I really don't want to change anything other than the children's room.



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No worries.  Though i would be happy to help you figure out what the problem was with mine. 

 

Proudspire is strange in that the kids room is a completely new addition in Hearthfire, instead of a change in rooms like the other houses.  There is no space for it in the actual outside of the house, it is just kind of blobbed on there. 



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No worries.  Though i would be happy to help you figure out what the problem was with mine. 

 

Proudspire is strange in that the kids room is a completely new addition in Hearthfire, instead of a change in rooms like the other houses.  There is no space for it in the actual outside of the house, it is just kind of blobbed on there. 

 

Ah, I figured out why. I don't have the Dragonborn DLC.



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ahh, yes...version 4 did require Dragonborn.  Version 3 did not.  It remodeled only the vanilla houses and the Hearthfire houses.  Also, I am now working on a fancy version...since the last one I tried to stay close to lore friendly for the 5 original houses...now I want to do a nice version.  I am a schmo.  I need to make a small change to version 3.45, part of breezehome is slightly misaligned, but otherwise it should be fine to use, it is just ugly.



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So I can download version 3? It'll work?

 

Also, what changes between GS versions and non GS?







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