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By Arthmoor , November 3, in General Discussion. Skyrim Special Edition 1. I think I want to wait a little longer, I was hoping that Bethesda would fix the loadorder bug in their first game patch. Anyway, thanks for posting this.
What about adopting this new load order as standard? This is the one most players, especially casuals, and necessarily all console players, will have anyway. I personnaly ignore reports of "masters in wrong order" and explain to people that this is actually plain wrong, since this is the order their masters actually are loaded in their game.
And I believe I am doing the right thing here. That's great, I'll test this shortly. Thanks for posting it. The CK still loads by timestamp and is treating things correctly as long as you keep the official DLCs in the right timestamp order.
Further, the key component of this bug, user generated ESM files end up loading before the official content. ALL of it, including Update. That's is very obviously wrong and cannot be fixed by users because they won't even know it's been messed up until it's way too late. I meant to add these entries to the INI only. My intention was not to show how [ General ] section in Skyrim.
Next time I will be more detailed with descriptions. There have been articles about it, just search the net for Skyrim special edition sound turns up tons of German articles for me and am too lazy to dig down to any language filters. Regarding the order of the DLCs, I was always under the impression that Hearthfires had been intended as original content. The reason I have suspected this is that it lacks Update. The sawmills with the ability to let the player use them are in the stock game.
Plus the fact that it was really inexpensive when compared to the other DLC. It may very well be that Hearthfires content was not included in the base game simply due to timing of the game's release. Then they didn't want the first DLC released to appear to be something that by all appearances should have been in the game from the start.
Furthermore, if the timestamps from Bethesda place Hearthfires before Dawnguard then it lends credence to Hearthfires having been made first. HF was the product of the Game Jam session that took place shortly after the game's release. It's lack of Update. There is no reason to suspect they intended the load order to be this way all along.
INI tricks are not a valid solution to this either because they won't apply to consoles and most PC players won't bother with them either.
This isn't an issue of timestamps, because the files on your drive get timestamped in the order they're downloaded from Steam. Plus people seem to be oddly leaving out that this load order bug is pushing user generated esm files above ALL of the official files except Skyrim.
But it's good advice for all people who use. If you don't want to be wrongly accused you should be clear with what you do. Because anybody pretending he doesn't run the games with steam should be banned immediately. You can do in custom anything you can do in all the others ini, and custom will never be touched by steam updates.
So there is no reason to try and circumvent how steam handles your game updates. You still have to control when updates happen by running steam in offline mode so you don't loose xSE functionality and always backup the game right after it got updated though.
I have the entire partitions allocated for this purpose GB for all Beth games. I have yet to have the SE Launcher reset anything in my ini except when the beta patch kicked over and it dropped my shadow settings without asking. Simply starting the game with it hasn't done that though. Because you do not have a laptop with two graphics cards Intel and Nvidia Optimus.
So I got rid of that trash. You can normally go to the nVidia control panel and force a specific exe to run on the GPU or on the intel integrated graphics I even set steam. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. Already have an account? Posted November 3, Skyrim Special Edition Update 1. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Updated some sound files to not use compression. So the loadorder bug still exist?
Load order bug still exists. About this load order bug: I know we have traditionally always used the DLCs release order. This list misses Update. Exactly , my mistake!
This is also missing. Posted November 5, Also, you can add it to SkyrimCustom. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
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Thanks for posting it. By Arthmoor , November 3, in General Discussion. Hecami 24 February at But it's good advice for all people who use. Skyrim Special Edition 1. Any chance your problem is due to other mods conflicting with those two?
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Thanks for posting it. Any chance your problem is due to other mods conflicting with those two? This isn't an issue of timestamps, because the files on your drive get timestamped in the order they're downloaded from Steam. So I got rid of that trash. Bethesda quickly responded to say it was going to fix the issue with a patch. I even set steam. Hecami 24 February at
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Is there a patch available, by the way? Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? What about adopting this new load order as standard? Why is this update over 10 GB larger than 1. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Plus the fact that it was really inexpensive when compared to the other DLC. I even set steam. By Arthmoor , November 3, in General Discussion. I was having problems with the good lookin cbbe mods thats use SKSE. MC Kunyuk 10 March at The Kin 13 January at You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.