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hjalmir

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Hello, it's my first post on Nexus Forum. I have very disturbing issue with one of mods. I am quite sure that this is effect of mod called "Simple Archery", but i'm not sure. So when i am fighting, shot to somebody from bow, the cursor is autotracking my enemy and it doesn't matter that i am trying to turn right or left, or turn around and run away. It is not only the archery problem, but every type of fight. I noticed that pressing "z" turns off this autotracking issue, but it automaticly turn on, when i hit any enemy or npc again. It is stupid, annoying, and unimmersive, and i hate this thing. I tried uninstalling several new mods, also "simple archery", but it doesn't change anything. I think it depends on some small specific file, which was changes by installing mod, and uninstalling is useless right now. Anybody can help me? Did you have the same issue?

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I had the same issue with Oblivion reloaded - if you have that installed there is an ini file -you can change it from there



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I had the same issue with Oblivion reloaded - if you have that installed there is an ini file -you can change it from there

 

Yes, i have it installed!
Could you tell me the section of this ini file, please?

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Oblivionreloadedesp.ini

 

set stayontarget to 0 under loader configuration.

 

Very annoying for sure. 



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Thank you very much. I will try it, and i believe it will work fine. Greetings.





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