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compatible with skyrim ae?

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yes with both se and ae

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In response to post #108674863. #108700213 is also a reply to the same post.


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omg dude it is written just there where you click on add comment. A big red box apperently doesn't work.†

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I would also love to see people reading the sticky post. You know, the big red box before you click on add comment..†

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Hi ! Is there any reason not to install through mod organizer instead of replacing the vanilla files manually ? Is there decreased performance or does it simply not work if you install through MO ?

Just curious because Itís how I would rather do things. Thanks for your time !

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i apologize ahead of time for the long winded explanation but i am writing this response for you and for anyone else that might have the same or a similar question.

performance wise it makes no difference where it is installed so long as the files are not being loaded twice.

(basically use mo2 or use the data folder but do not use both for mods, anything located in the data folder will always be loaded first regardless of the mo2 vortex or loot load order hence why the data folder should be left empty if you use mo2 or vortex).

the use of mo2 or vortex is to eliminate mod conflicts that NMM or installing mods directly to the data folder originally suffered from, but most new players will not know of the problems associated with these two methods.

(basically NMM or data folder installs creates a situation where you do not know which mods are overwriting other mods which in the past has been known to break certain mods like xpmse since it needs to be last in the load order but can easily be overwrote by accident by any mod that has its own skeleton).


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In response to post #108674863. #108700213, #109967353 are all replies on the same post.


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Lmao, chill Rasen, that's a lot of text to read for a vanilla texture replacer.

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In response to post #108674863. #108700213, #109967353, #111361923 are all replies on the same post.


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8 words that or on the top of the section is a lot to read? Literally in the first sentence...

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In response to post #108674863. #108700213, #109967353, #111361923, #111668958 are all replies on the same post.


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can u guys like shut up i was new to modding se i was used to modding le back then so this comment should not replyed to anymore

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First, sorry for asking such noob question sir, here's what I do to install this mod :

1. Delete the 7 original texture files in my data folder (so it will be empty)
2. Install your texture with mod manager
Am I doing correctly?†




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