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  1. They're actually tags for mods which might be merged into some kind of merged patch. Mods are merged to save slots if you have many mods. Wrye Bash (with a link in this thread group) used to handle those for BOSS in Oblivion, Fallout3 & NV, LOOT has a newer (but not backward compatible) mod masterlist for mods which might have tags as seen above. Wrye Bash only manges level list tags for Later Fallout Games and Skyrim, TESEdit can alsomerge mods and has plenty of documentation on it, as does Mator's Merge Plugins. There's a much better explanation (with links) of tags & merging at Nexus. Even I found it easy to read, which is just amazing. Those dots are remnants of whatever spooked the BBCode here- there's after:, inc:, and msg: categories- @cptmcsplody may wish to help you with those.
  2. Get me to the UpTown Funk Level tonite!
  3. Yeah, they have a bit of "legwork" to get that VT score down, although most of those seem to be of low threat. Lodi is identified by heuristic methods as some kind of menace- to obtain the criteria MS use for such detection would be a thing, too. Majorgeeks host it, and are happy with the general response- notwithstanding some of the user comments in their vid at youtube: What? Me worry? Heck, as far as this rig is concerned, there's no SSD on board- yet.
  4. Interesting- wonder what the VirusTotal score would be for it. Did you perform any optimzations with it? A good program should provide an undo for any such changes.
  5. There's tons out there. Here's something a bit different:
  6. Very unusual. Haven't joined the Imperials at Castle Dour? Something has upset the faction system perhaps- is there a mod that displays them? There's also a thread with a script that might provide some info.
  7. No icons explicitly, just opening a text file from within the archive. The following and above screenshots are of the Windows taskbar: As you can see, a text file opened within a non WB installers archive happens to be the one for notepad.exe. The associations are stored in the registry.
  8. Hi @kaymre, and welcome. If Wrye Bash doesn't show any errors, then it looks like an issue for MO2. Have a problem with the mouse not catching any sizable borders under "Masters", thus the view in the Listbox/Listview remains hidden. Thanks. Nitpick: The default 7z text icon is not carried over when opening text files in WB 7z Installer archives (maybe due to 32/64 bit versioning). Comes up with the "unknown program" one instead:
  9. The following example is acceptable: "I grant you the power of disease. You may choose to be afflicted with any disease you choose, changing them at will, so long as it has visible symptoms. However, you must always bear at least one." "I grant you the power of pity. You may evoke pity in anyone that sees you." "Finally, I grant you the power of disregard. You may cause others to disregard your presence." The text inside the enclosed quotes represents a continuity in the flow of thoughts of the speaker. It's obvious from the context that all those words are spoken by Namira, and each new set of quotes implies a change either in the meaning, delivery, or timing of her dialogue.
  10. Sorry to hear that. Just curious, is it with SSE or Oldrim?

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