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Fixes Recommended in Addition to the USKP Lip Sync Fix - A fix for the long standing lip sync bug introduced by Patch 1.9. Yes, this one is the real deal unlike all the other placebo/fake versions that have come before it. A very simple SKSE plugin changing literally ONE BYTE of memory to fix one of the most glaring issues left in the game. Since it requires SKSE, it is not a suitable candidate for USKP inclusion. SkyUI - A PC-centric reworking of the major components of the game interface. Yes, we do in fact consider this to be within the realm of bug fixing because the vanilla PC interface is simply not designed with actual PCs in mind. For obvious reasons, it's not something that would ever become part of the USKP. Since SkyUI is pretty much ubiquitous, the USKP defers all UI related fixes to them, and there are plenty of legit fixes included in SkyUI. Flora Respawn Fix - This is a clever workaround for the bug introduced in Patch 1.3 where most flora objects in the game won't respawn no matter how long you wait for them. Requires unsupported TES5Edits and so is not suitable for inclusion in the USKP. Wiseman303's Flora Fixes - An alternative to the Flora Respawn Fix. Uses the same methodology but covers a bit more than the previous mod. Since it uses the same kind of unsupported TES5Edit changes, it is also not suitable for inclusion in the USKP. Bring Out Your Dead - Extends the vanilla graveyard support to all vanilla NPCs who should have had one. Was originally planned to become part of UKSP 1.1 but had been overruled due to the requirement to place extra grave containers for those NPCs who didn't have one yet. Brawl Bugs Patch - Additional bugfixes that pertain to brawling while also under the influence of cloak spells of various types. Jonwd7 determined these would not be suitable to include directly in the USKP so the module is distributed separately for those who may want it. Fuz Ro D-oh - Silent Voice - Fixes issues with dialogue that has no recorded audio and also corrects a bug in the engine where the "Force Subtitle" function does not work correctly. Since it requires SKSE, it is not a suitable candidate for USKP inclusion. Enchantment Reload Fix - Fixes a bug where enchanted items will jump in value and drain their charges much more quickly if the game is saved and then reloaded. Requires SKSE, so is not suitable for inclusion. Invisibility Eye Glitch - Fixes a bug where the player's eyes get corrupted when an invisibility spell is cast and then wears off. Requires SKSE, so is not suitable for inclusion. Better Dialogue Controls - Fixes a minor but annoying bug with being able to select the proper dialogue options with the keyboard and/or mouse. Alters the UI, which is one area we do not cover to avoid conflicts that would not be easy to resolve. Complements SkyUI as this is not an included feature there. Better MessageBox Controls - Fixes another minor but also equally annoying bug with clicking on text in a message box. Also not suitable due to editing UI files. Complements SkyUI as this is not an included feature there. Landscape Texture Transition Fix - Corrects a number of transitions in landscape that don't blend together properly. Since this obviously involves landscape edits, it is not something that would be included in the USKP due to the high potential for conflicts that would then need other compatibility patches to resolve. Fixes Recommended in Addition to the UDGP Vampire Lord Drain With Serana Fixed - Removes the nerfed vampire drain life spell. Bethesda did this intentionally for reasons unknown, so it technically is not a bug fix, but for those who don't think their decision was appropriate, this will correct that. Fixes Recommended in Addition to the UHFP Hearthfire Display Case Fix - Places activation triggers around the display cases Bethesda chose not to make available to the traditional weapon rack system. This technically isn't a bug fix but many people consider it one anyway. Keep in mind this will limit the use of the display cases to ONLY weapons, rather than Bethesda's intent of letting you put anything you want in them.