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Is there a way to disable the "NPC name" indicator in dialogue?


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This is for immersion purposes. I don't want the game to tell me who the NPC is, I want to have to figure it out.

 

I already use Darnified  but haven't been able to figure out how to do this. Thanks.



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Just remove the name in the matching field using the CS but get ready for a lot of conflicts.



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Just remove the name in the matching field using the CS but get ready for a lot of conflicts.

Hey I appreciate your answer but could you give me some more detail on how to do that? I have CSE open in front of me. 



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Double-click on the selected NPC -> empty the name field -> OK. Click the floppy icon to save and set your plugin as the active file next time you want to keep editing it.



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Double-click on the selected NPC -> empty the name field -> OK. Click the floppy icon to save and set your plugin as the active file next time you want to keep editing it.

I'm looking to do this for all NPCs though. There's no way doing this manually for each NPC is feasible. Do you have an idea on how to do this?



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Double-click on the selected NPC -> empty the name field -> OK. Click the floppy icon to save and set your plugin as the active file next time you want to keep editing it.

I'm looking to do this for all NPCs though. There's no way doing this manually for each NPC is feasible. Do you have an idea on how to do this?

 

You want an alternative to manually doing this? I don't know any.






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