There's no need for all these managers. Notepad and Wrye Bash can solve this problem easily:
For savegames, screenshots, Plugin.txt and Oblivion.ini:
- Copy/Paste Oblivion.ini from "...\MyGames\Oblivion" to "...\Bethesda Softworks\Nehrim" (you'll find NehrimLauncher.exe here)
- Open it and change the setting "bUseMyGamesDirectory" from 1 to 0. Save and close. DONE!
Now Nehrim will use its own Oblivion.ini in its own directory and will put all saves, screenshots, Plugin.txt, etc in the "...\Bethesda Softwork\Nehrim" directory (in Saves, Screenshots, etc folders)
For the load order, Wrye Bash support the profiling, but you need to configure it.
You may know Wrye Bash create a folder called Bash Installed. It will place there all the installers and also 2 folders: Bash and Bash Mod Data.
By default, WB uses these same "Bash" and "Bash Mod Data" folders for both Oblivion and Nehrim and this cause a conflict. Let's solve it:
- First, install Wrye Bash for both Oblivion and Nehrim (check both them when installing Wrye Bash).
- Now go to "Bethesda Softwork\Nehrim\Mopy", clone the "bash_default.ini" and rename it "bash.ini". Open it.
- You'll find the settings "sBashModData" and "sInstallersData", which define the path where Wrye Bash will put those 2 folders.
- Just put a different path than Oblivion (you can even use the same path but a different name for the 2 folders). Save and close. DONE!
Now Oblivion and Nehrim data won't conflict anymore, as Wrye Bash will use different locations to save their data.
I'm using these simple tweaks and the 2 "game worlds" works without problems for me.
Edited by forli, 29 January 2016 - 08:35 PM.