Click , and you will get to the file section. . You definitely want to use the Skyforge hotfix. The default resolution is 256, this is a terrible resolution if you want to do some really fancy warpaints. Re-textures the vanilla content of what it says. When following the links in this mod-list, you will land on the description page of the specific mod. It also works lovely with clothing mods as it supports the big packs and lets you tweak them to your body.
You don't have to choose with the optional add on, it adds them all. You can make pretty much whatever you want with slider++, which basically lets you modify the hell out of Caliente's body! Particularly anything to do with compatibilities with other mods such as Immersive Armors, or any other patches I would require? I had this happen and someone here on the subreddit pointed out that I was missing the Skyforge hotfix. Check out the above link to see it. This is where you create your own body. Mods used in taking this video: 1.
Sure enough, my missing texture is no longer missing. This video is in no way associated or approved by Bethesda and is intended for non commercial educational purposes only. Mod-List The following mods need to be installed one by one, in the order they are listed. Right click it, and you can choose to install, uninstall or permanently delete it. This is important, as some mods overwrite files from others.
They only change the environment, no scripts. Though if you do the content add-on, you would need to run Reproccer for the new armor variants it adds. . . .
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