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HELP - How do I fix meshes on an older mod


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I am trying to fix an older mod that has been abandoned. It appears there is an issue with the meshes. When the armor is on a frame, the helmet flickers and the shoulders look fuzzy. When I drop the components, the torso is purple.

 

https://www.nexusmod...12096?tab=posts

 

I am not a mod author and am not very familiar with the CK and not at all familiar with NifScope. Can someone either lead me on how to fix this or, fix this for me? If you do, I will upload the fix to nexus and credit you for the help. 

 

Thanks in advanced. :) 



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The "purple" could be a missing texture ....



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I was thinking the same thing but the mod author only has meshes in the mod, no textures. So, I guess they are using textures from the base game??? I do not know how to correct this if this is the case. 



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you might check for a later version over at bethesda.net

 

https://bethesda.net...d-detail/870584



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I will try an older version. The comments on the mod site mentioned they tried this with no avail however, I will give it a go later when I am modding. 



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If you are able to make the corrections, you cannot upload the mod to the nexus without the original mod author's express permission. 

 

You will have to be able to present any permissions granted to the moderators.



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If you are able to make the corrections, you cannot upload the mod to the nexus without the original mod author's express permission. 

 

You will have to be able to present any permissions granted to the moderators.

 

Yes, I know this. 



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FIXED: A previous version did the trick. 






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