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sigi144

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I'm having the same issue and it's driving me bat s*** crazy.
I too am very knowledgable when it comes to Bodyslide and MO. But for some reason I am not showing any Skyrim OUtfits or Armors in Bodyslide, and my changes to nude body's are not showing in game. I don't know what the hell is going on. MO is on the same SSD as my game files are. And Bodyslide works fine and dandy for SSE and CBBE. It's just not working for Oldrim and UNP. 

I Guess I'm going to go try CBBE.... I don't know... f***.....

 

 

I'm having the same issue and it's driving me bat s*** crazy.
I too am very knowledgable when it comes to Bodyslide and MO. But for some reason I am not showing any Skyrim OUtfits or Armors in Bodyslide, and my changes to nude body's are not showing in game. I don't know what the hell is going on. MO is on the same SSD as my game files are. And Bodyslide works fine and dandy for SSE and CBBE. It's just not working for Oldrim and UNP. 

I Guess I'm going to go try CBBE.... I don't know... f***.....

Thanks alot Buddy, i did not check that path in the setting. Since alot of people seems to have problems with that, the guys who made  MO2 should make a BIG WARNING sign during the setup process, to check the setting button. My goodness, thanks alot again.



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If anyone else stumbles upon this thread, my missing texture issue turned out to be caused by incorrectly selecting the "Game Data Path" in the Bodyslide settings (the ones that you access by launching the .exe) due to installing Skyrim in a non-standard location. Since Bodyslide couldn't find the Skyrim install when I first launched it, I had to manually locate the install folder and selected "\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Skyrim Special Edition\". However, that was a mistake; it turns out you have to select the data folder, which has a path of "\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Skyrim Special Edition\data\". When the wrong path was used, it created a new meshes folder in the Skyrim directory instead of in the data folder. After fixing that, textures loaded and I was able to build outfits. Hope this helps.

Thank you so much blyat'. You made my day great again.
P.S. From Russia with love.


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@Jlin8002

F****** Legend!! Saved my life lol, not really but it worked!



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Jlin8002's Post on 23 July 2018 fixed this problem for me. If you believe that what he described is the cause. 

1. Uninstall bodyslide. 

2. Reinstall Bodyslide

3. Using MO try to run Bodyslide exe (should ask you to "choose game"

4. Instead of choosing the game itself, go into your folders and select the Data folder inside your Skyrim folder.  common>skyrim>data



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Holy s***[email protected], i've been driving myself crazy trying to figure out what I did wrong and every post I could find said to route to "bodyslide" folder.  I can't believe how easy that was.  Thank you so much.



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@Jlin8002

Who knows if you'll ever see this but can't thank you enough mate! Hours (days?) of forum scrolling and testing on my own only for it to be such a simple fix.
Bless you, sir. You have saved me even more hours of bs!






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