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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    When you convince my why is it so important to have that embedded in xEdit, and how is it any better than building refs with a single hotkey like I showed above. I have a feeling that to build master file references in xEdit someone needs to pass nine gates of hell, set myriads of options, click hundreds of times, etc., hence asking it to be automatic. And I could understand that if it were true, but it is not
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    No difference. GUI menu does exactly the same.
     
    I don't see any valid reason to implement that when you can just hotkey and quickly use on demand. I treat such changes as subjective tuning for personal workflow, and that's not what I like to do. You can't imagine how many times I had to restrain myself from making personal changes in xEdit when I was the only active developer. But instead I concentrated on adding scripting as it is universal approach to expand functionality of any application.
     
    Possible since refs are arrays, but not so fast and easy to implement. Certainly if Elminster will come back it would probably take an hour or two for him, but waaaay longer for me. I almost never fiddle with internal code and usually ask Hlp for any engine updates. I'm leaving decision on this up to him, but personally prefer to wait for Elmister. He will return at some point to taste Fallout 4
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    Drop into Edit Scripts, press F7 (change hotkey to your taste) when you want to build master file refs
    { Hotkey: F7 } unit BuildMasterRef; function Initialize: integer; begin AddMessage('Building the game master file references, please wait...'); BuildRef(FileByIndex(0)); Result := 1; end; end.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    xEdit already builds references on startup. Or you mean for the game master file?
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    Uploaded new version to support changes in Wasteland Workshop DLC (unexpected navmesh subrecord error in ACTI record).
    Added children records of quest (SCEN, DLBR, DIAL, INFO) to ONAMs list and some other minor changes.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    My vague guess is that this flag means to "inherit" quest data data from the master record to overcome the rule of one. There are people among us who already have CK and can tell more if they want/could.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    It doesn't support parsing of Oblivion meshes (yet), so textures referenced from within meshes won't be copied.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    Actually I skipped adding Oblivion support until meshes are parseable, no reason to copy meshes without textures.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    That's one of the oldest script you found, it even adds and sets keyword count manually
    Since actor values are forms in Fallout 4, I don't see why it wouldn't work.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    That report was not from me, I just passed it
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    This is complicated right now since alignment code is not accessible from scripts. Comparing lists by sortkey won't be reliable if they contain duplicate entries, Bethesda uses that trick a lot since Skyrim to increase the spawn odds for some entries, this is not an error.
     
    Yes bashed patch has wrong swapped values for blocks and subblocks, needs to be fixed there. I don't even know how the game is still able to access those records under wrong groups.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    Without atlas and using custom (not available) LODGen script. It is in the works, not ready for release yet.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    Uploaded.
    Took some time because we were in the middle of some lodgen stuff update.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    I don't have meta.ini and results.txt, those are not vanilla files.
    So, the "clean" data folder advantage of MO is a myth?
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    Do you mean the builds in general or the one with door navmesh checking in FO3/FNV?
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    No changes, It is still 0.95 as Fallout4.esm
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    Better wait for CK first, maybe it will have something related to CDX so no need to decode anything.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    2.1.2 is a very old version, a lot has changed since then.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    Does CK move those refs too into persistent cell when you open and save esp? Afaik all exterior persistent refs must be under a single persistent cell, all other exterior cells are temporary and can't hold persistent references.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    I was surprised to see children groups without parent records, that never happened in any of previous games, so that's really surprising. Maybe it is just an error in ESM from buggy CK, we'll see soon. There is no problems with representation in xEdit afaik.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    Dialogues in FO4 no longer have their own top group and are in children group of quest records, so to modify them you need to copy all parent records. The same as to modify exterior REFR both parent CELL and WRLD records have to be copied.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    The first FO4 DLC will be out next week, but unfortunately I won't have time to update FO4Edit the next few days either. So I decided to inspect it's ESM file right now and make necessary changes for proper support. The technical summary of DLC01:
    it has several archives, so archives loading is back to partial names matching as in Oblivion unlike Skyrim that required the exact match between BSA and plugin names ONAMs in TES4 header as in previous games. I already knew that after talking with the author of Spring Cleaning mod, but now it is "officially" confirmed TNAMs in TES4 header. Hlp said that the game doesn't read them, but they are still present the "bug" with respawning and disabled sprinting in modified cells is not a bug as I was expected, just requires some changes in the CELL record itself: VISI and/or PCMB field. This makes more complicated cell edits since you'll need to remember to update those fields accordinly after using "Copy as Override" in xEdit. "PNAM - Previous Info" is back in INFO records, so sorting of INFOs is still required(?). No idea why the base game works without them just fine edits can be made to QUST children records (DIAL, INFO, SCEN) without overriding the quest record. in xEdit it looks like "Children of XXXXXXXX" where X is the FormID of QUST in master files. That's really awesome for compatibility, you no longer need to copy the entire quest data just to make changes in it's dialogues. Kind of bad for xEdit since it doesn't have ability to create children groups yet, needs updating. there is one instance of QUST being overridden and missing a lot of it's data: stages, aliases, etc. But there is a new flag in record header. I suspect this means "partial" changes. If true, this is another great feature for compatibility, but a can of worms for conflicts resolution. various additions to other records: SADD in RACE for base(?) state groups template, WGDR god rays in LGTM lighting templates, unknown PNAM in RFGP. usual Bethesda stuff: ITMs and UDRs.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    It can allow to add sorting and hence alignment to anything that is not yet sorted/aligned.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    This needs proper multiple sequence alignment algorithm, similar to the ones used in bioinformatics
    http://seqan.readthedocs.org/en/master/Tutorial/MultipleSequenceAlignment.html
     
    Aligning from the bottom won't change much and not a solution really.
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    Dragonblood reacted to zilav in [WIPz] TES5Edit   
    I don't know how they created it and what tools were used. As you can see from the log correct vanilla BSA files loaded fine.
     
    By the way 3.1.1 is an old version, update to the latest one.
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