"I want to thank you for your help. Please understand me, I am not a mod maker and I try learn from them or from people like you". -Snip-
Dont worry i fully understand the situation, which is why i am writing my posts exactly as written, i am teaching you all the factors about modding
"What I am trying to say is, that I will sort the load order because of quest mods and Start Me Up mod that has to be at the bottom, like MCS, Cheat Terminal too."
This is good, Load Order is the main priority for modding, A Correct Load Order will eliminate a lot of Potentional issues both immediatly and more importantly further down the line, when your saved games start becoming bigger, and likewise the game starts becoming unstable, sorting the load order immediatly will make your modding expereince much more fun and grant a much better success rate, this is the first thing you will want to do when modding, is creating a correct load order, then if you run into issues after that, you can create posts here, and people like myself will help you problem solve the issues
"Please be patient if I do not react quickly because I have to understand what's going on in the mods' world."
Dont worry i am very patient and will help you with your modding journey
"Many people say do not pay attention to xEDIT errors",
Ignore these people, they have no idea what they are talking about. these are probably the same people that ignore BSOD and then wonder why their computer is crashing, when BSOD literally tells you why via error codes, which you would research. basically meaning to completely ignore errors will mean you will not be researching them, meaning you will keep running into the same issues.
"FO4EDIT would shows often fault error, messages, the others say we should pay attention to the errors no matter which mods."
These are the people you should be listening to, and likewise you do need to pay attention to them issues that Fo4Edit is displaying, but you should also be checking the mod pages of the mods that have issues, before attempting to fix them yourself, as some errors are required for the mod to work
The Post Section and Bug Reports Section Especially, and the most important will be the Sticky Posts in the Post Section, keep an eye out for any posts made by the mod author of said mod that F04Edit is reporting issues, they will let you know if the issues are intentional or not. this is where researching mods especially apply.
"I would check with xEdit EVERY mod - one by one - but I have almost 400 plugins how should I handle it?"
As this is completely mandatory for any hopes of a stable game, you can load 254 mods each time, by right clicking on any mod and clicking on *Select None*, then tick the box next to each mod until you reach 254, however if any mod requires another mod that is not selected Fo4Edit will stop loading the mods, so you have to put in extra effort, which is the price you pay when running an excessive amount of mods.
"I really want to thank you many times for your quick answers and helps and I will try to follow your guides too."
Note: Same as before my replies to each specific statement are in Bold.
Note: just for reference, i have been creating mods, problem solving mods and learning how mods work, as well as all factors of modding for 7+ years, i have actually been modding much longer then that, as i used to mod Fallout New Vegas back in its day (so we are actually talking 9+ years of modding beth games, learning the Creation Engine and Geck), before that, i was programming for several years, creating programs that interacted with the Hexadecimal system to modify Roms (which is still modding) so all in all i have actually be modding and creating mods for about 15+ years. whilst simultaneously learning advanced problem solving via Assembly.
my 7+ years of mod creation taught me a lot about the engine, and its limitations, as well as how mods work.
so writing that above, to show you i know exactly what i am talking about when it comes to modding, so my advice will help you fully. i have always been a modder and a creator.
Here is My Load Order Guide:
Edited by G4M3W1NN3R, 17 November 2019 - 05:02 PM.