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Pawwel111

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Hi Guys.

I’m having problem with moving my workbench. I have “Move that workbench mod” installed and till 2 day ago all was working fine, then I installed mod to flatten the tenpines and now my workbench is returned to default location. I move it where I want and after returning to the settlement, whether by walk or by fast travel, the workbench resets to original location given by the mod. Unfortunately not only in tenpines but in sanctuary as well. I uninstalled the mod but it keeps happening. Apparently there is some script for the workbench that was installed with mod and now I do not know how to remove it. Any help or thoughts would be appreciated. I searched the network but couldn’t find any help.

 

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DarylLicht

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Been using this one for quite a while now.  Seems to work well.  https://www.nexusmod...out4/mods/14046



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Been using this one for quite a while now.  Seems to work well.  https://www.nexusmod...out4/mods/14046

Hi. Thanks for the advise. I used the mod and it relocates thw workbench for a second and then workbench returns to the oryginal position ;(



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Try Place Everywhere? It's extended selection mode can be used to move or even scrap (never ever ever actually do that) the workbench.

 

Wait. The workbench returns to it's original position? And you use a mod to change a settlement?

I just remembered watching a "tutorial" of sorts, where the guy added a script to the workbench which moves it to the editor-placed location. I suspect your tenpines mod does that, too.







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