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  1. OK, I apologize. For future reference, if I have a question about the Care Taker, should I post in a the new thread in the "Feedback, suggestions and questions" section? Thanks. in the future I'll defer to the permissions tab of the mod page.
  2. Did I post in the right place? I don't know the procedures here.
  3. Hello, I've made my own modification to the mod "Easy Wheelmenu" https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/69878 for personal use. The mod author stated the following regarding ownership/permissions: NOTE FROM ORIGINAL AUTHOR: Anyone who is considered a mod author by Nexus Mods' standard (i.e. have access to the private MA forum, or if this definition change in the future, meet said definition) can request ownership of the mod if s/he wishes to update and maintain it. The only conditions are that permissions stay fully open, the mod isn't deleted from Nexus, and the mod may not be used as a basis for submitting an application to the Creation Club. So, basically he states that permissions are "fully open" and wishes it to remain this way. Now, I'm not interested in owning the mod, or posting on the Nexus (yet). But based on that statement, does it mean that I could share my modification on a third party site such as reddit? I assume that falls under "full permissions". Thank you for the consideration!
  4. So, using the above command by itself didn't work. This page below gives a little more info about the command and what to do if it doesn't work. https://elderscrolls.fandom.com/wiki/Console_Commands_(Skyrim) "setrelationshiprank <refID> <#> -- Used to set an NPCs disposition towards the Dragonborn. <#> = 1–4 Note: If this does not help when attempting to add Follower dialogue, use setrelationshiprank <refID> <#> then player.setrelationshiprank <refID> <#>." And that combo worked for me.
  5. All Nexus pages take at least 2-3 seconds to even START loading. I'm talking about when the browser actually registers the new URL in the address bar. On a normal website, clicking on a link initiates the loading process immediately, after which the loading itself may take additional time, as it should. So this is getting really annoying. What's worse is that on a given mod page, clicking on the tabs (files, posts, forum, etc.) takes even longer. Those take at least 5 seconds of the gear iron spinning before it starts loading. I observe this on all my browsers (FF, Chrome, Vivaldi).
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