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Gaming The Perfect Skyrim - A Guide To Mods

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by brumgrunt, 24 May 2012.

  1. SubtleOne

    SubtleOne New Member

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    Don't forgot one of the most incredibly useful mods of all: Extra Hotkeys (http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/downloads/file.php?id=3865).

    With this, you can *easily* assign as many as 40 hotkeys (F1, F2, Alt-X, etc) to equipment or other. Just hit F1 to drink a potion, Alt-X to switch to your bow, etc.

    Be done with that onerous Q favorites menu, completely killing the flow of the game.
     
  2. gabe777

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    Could someone advise me please, as to whether all the mods suggested by the authour, are still compatible after installing the latest 1.6 patch ?

    I intend to reinstall Skyrim + patches + HD DLC.... then install all the modes here using Workshop.

    Will this work ok, and will my old Gameave still be useable ?

    Thnx in advance.
     
  3. breactiv

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    This is definitely not a good news for my girlfriend...
     
  4. Fizzban

    Fizzban Man of Many Typos

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    They are irrelevant. So long as they do as they are told once a week all other interactions are superfluous.
     
  5. N17 dizzi

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    They have improved the game massively for me, the new texture pack and the other bits make it look fantastic and the whistle is a god send!

    Would welcome a follow up article when a few more mods have come out, or maybe after an expansion.
     
  6. MagR

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    I still haven't played my copy of Skyrim. Any idea when they are going to stop patching so I know it is the final version. I saw an advert for Dawnguard on tv yesterday - does this mean Skyrim is now debugged completely? What about community patches like we had for Oblivion and Fallout 3?
     
  7. jimmyjj

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    Great article.

    Combine lush trees and grass mods with the HD pack and some ini tweaks (ui grid and grass fade) for a truly epic graphics experience.
     
  8. Showerhead

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    Definetly not debugged in fact an issue with the latest patch prevents a huge chunk of the community unofficial patch not working as any edited dialogue will refuse to play. So hopefully bethesda will fix that.
     
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