I just started using OpenMW, and after learning that they allow for multiple data folders, I decided to make a little tool that utilizes this feature. Basically each "Mod" is it's own data folder, which allows for quick sorting and so on.
Note that I wrote this program in a day, so it's pretty clunky and more of a proof of concept than anything else. For example, the more mods you have installed the more offset the up/down buttons are. Oops. Also note it's in python, not an executable. I'm not sure how much time I can put in this, as I am very busy with other projects. Perhaps this will show off the power of OpenMW's mod system, and someone will make a better program. Either way, here it is!
- Mods can be rearranged at any time (data files as well!)
- Partial support for already installed mods (Order doesn't work currently)
- Profiles allow for quick mod list switching
- Automatic mod scanning
- Multiple mod folders for scanning
Please leave any thoughts below
Honestly writing this in python was a huge mistake, I'm thinking about porting it over to c++. This would make it much easier to build to an executable, as well as allow for easy esp reading using a library such as EsPlugin. Plus the interface wouldn't be so shit. <3