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Edit:

My bad, I've got a new firewall which wasn't applying my new rules. It's fixed.

FYI for anyone who wonders what to move though, "skyrimse", "preferences" file and "sate.v2" folder seem to do it.

 

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Ok, so save wasting this post, does anyone know what file is responsible for telling Vortex which plugins are enabled? And if there is a faster way of enabling multiple plugins? I've checked in the profile folders but the texts in there are empty or merely mention Vortex generates them automatically.

 

And if anyone doe's know the exact functions of the files in those folders, an actual explanation wouldn't go amiss, at the moment I'm just going off the results from my trial and error.


Edited by piperman123, 13 March 2018 - 04:52 PM.


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Rather than move, uninstall and reinstall. That should make sure any registry setting are changed properly. Deleting that folder in AppData is just lobotomizing the program and nothing is going to be guaranteed to work after that point.

 

Also, are you just trying to move where it was installed? If so, you can probably get away with copying the install to new location and putting a junction in old location pointing to new.



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Rather than move, uninstall and reinstall. That should make sure any registry setting are changed properly. Deleting that folder in AppData is just lobotomizing the program and nothing is going to be guaranteed to work after that point.

 

Also, are you just trying to move where it was installed? If so, you can probably get away with copying the install to new location and putting a junction in old location pointing to new.

Sorry, saw your post after I edited.



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FYI, you can select multiple plugins with the usual SHIFT and CTRL modifiers to the RMB. You will get a set of commands that appear at the bottom on an orange toolbar that lets you do things to the selected items.



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Legend! Haha, you're a life saver. Not sure why I assumed that wouldn't work, perhaps MO wouldn't do that and I carried the thinking over. Regardless, thanks for that, going through my merges and I just had enable 270 plugins one by one :pinch:






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