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This idea sounds great! I have spent far too long messing around with mods and not actually playing the dam game. Storing mods as a database also makes migrating installations / reinstalling etc super easy. Would this eliminate the whole load order : trial and error fiasco? I have experience with C ...
Funny, I have had very similar ideas about scaling up the map or increasing the amount of empty map between significant areas. I always use the silt strider / boat travel mods (Abot's?) to really appreciate the distance that Morrowind's "Fast Travel" covers. Here's my 2 cents: While it seems like an...
- 21 Feb 2018, 21:00
- Forum: Feature Requests and Suggestions
- Topic: Subdivided Exterior Grid
- Replies: 10
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So it's not my PC (it should be more than capable) that is the cause of stuttering while loading cells? That's a relief.. Does everyone on OpenMW have the same problem? What about pre-loading cells? Modern PCs often have >=8GB ram, what about having 1 or 2 GB allocated as the intelligent-preload-cac...
- 21 Feb 2018, 20:02
- Forum: Mod Compatibility
- Topic: Best way of organising OpenMW load order using a mod manager.
- Replies: 2
- Views: 5766
I was looking for the answer to this question because I'm basically using the same method as you! I don't bother with copying out files, I just put mlox in Morrowind folder, enable mods in the vanilla launcher, run mlox to get the order, and edit the openmw config file directly. As far as I am aware...