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I'm trying to edit some apparel slots for the Drifter Outfit, and I was looking at a tutorial on how I should go about doing it.
But for some reason there isnt an edit option when I right click on the First Person Values (See Screenshot).
I think its because I need to make a new plugin, but I dont know how to do that.
This is my first time opening up FO4Edit, so please, someone tell me what I'm doing wrong.
Guide I was using: https://www.nexusmod...ut4/videos/4695

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YOu need to click on the individual options BELOW that entry



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YOu need to click on the individual options BELOW that entry

Same issue, no edit option.



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It's because you're trying to directly edit the game file Fallout4.esm
THe guide is using a user made mod, so the steps will work directly on the esp.


If you want to edit stuff that's in the Fallout4.esm or any of the DLC ESMs, you need to copy what you want to edit, to a new .esp by highlighting the armors you want to edit and right clicking and picking COPY AS OVERRIDE and selecting ESP, then naming the esp what you want.



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No it doesnt



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It's because you're trying to directly edit the game file Fallout4.esm
THe guide is using a user made mod, so the steps will work directly on the esp.


If you want to edit stuff that's in the Fallout4.esm or any of the DLC ESMs, you need to copy what you want to edit, to a new .esp by highlighting the armors you want to edit and right clicking and picking COPY AS OVERRIDE and selecting ESP, then naming the esp what you want.



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That worked, thank you so much!

One more thing, if I wanted to remove an armor slot from the outfit, would I just edit it and set the value to 0 or would I just remove it?



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That worked, thank you so much!

One more thing, if I wanted to remove an armor slot from the outfit, would I just edit it and set the value to 0 or would I just remove it?

 

Remove it I believe.



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Alright, thats all I needed, thanks again!






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