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phendrena

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Greetings,

 

I quite enjoy using the mod Road Signs Fast Travel but I wanted to change the Map Marker point that you travel to. Instead of travelling directly into the respective walled City, such as Whiterun, I'd instead like to be dropped outside the city at the stables map marker.

 

So I went ahead and opened the mod in SSEedit and found the records to adjust, in this case : 05001DB2    SFTRoadSignWhiterun01    Whiterun

Under the property MapMarkerDestination we have an object:

 

WhiterunMapMarkerREF [REFR:000162CE] (places MapMarker [STAT:00000010] in GRUP Cell Persistent Children of [CELL:0001A270] (in WhiterunWorld "Whiterun" [WRLD:0001A26F]) at 4,-2)

 

I've changed this to :

 

WhiterunStablesMapMarker [REFR:00072879] (places MapMarker [STAT:00000010] in GRUP Cell Persistent Children of [CELL:00000D74] (in Tamriel "Skyrim" [WRLD:0000003C]) at 4,-3)

 

However, when I activate a fast travel from a Fingerpost it still drops me directly into the city of Whiterun rather than outside at the stables.

 

Would anyone have any suggestions as to why it's still taking me into the city - is the travel point perhaps baked into the save file?

 

Cheers,

 

Dave



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The script data is most likely baked into your save file.  Test your changes on a new game to see if it takes affect.



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The script data is most likely baked into your save file.  Test your changes on a new game to see if it takes affect.

Indeed it is.

I did a COC from the main menu to a few places and it did indeed work when I used the fast travel from the fingerpost.

Oh well, no panic, i've only just started a fresh save so i'll start again!

 

Cheers,

 

Dave







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