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Manual Cleaning Skyrim and Skyrim SE Master files

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17 minutes ago, vaneglorious said:

So what next when this happens? https://imgur.com/a/bzglfBt

Verified, reinstalled, same result. There is no option to remove/add/mark anything.

Have you tried to right click on the selected record, shown in the picture?

If you haven't then do that and I think there is a "Delete this record?" or perhaps a "Add..." command in the popup menu.

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40 minutes ago, Leonardo said:

Have you tried to right click on the selected record, shown in the picture?

If you haven't then do that and I think there is a "Delete this record?" or perhaps a "Add..." command in the popup menu.

 

40 minutes ago, Leonardo said:

There is no option to remove/add/mark anything.

https://imgur.com/a/0KvYS67

 

Edit: The editor scammed me. Just noticed that it was not finding the form ID, and was pointing me to files in Skyrim.esm, not Dawnguard.esm. Works now.

Edited by vaneglorious

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Since Apply Filter for Cleaning is now defunct, here's an updated manual cleaning of Dawnguard.esm:

Make sure you first used Quick Auto-Clean on Update.esm and Dawnguard.esm

1) Go to "Apply Filter" 

2) Just keep it on the default settings which are in the image below.

3) Just press Filter.

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The default settings are enough for it to catch the records you need to manually remove from Dawnguard.esm, then continue following the guide in OP. 

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^^ What he said .. probably .. I have no clue.

 

I do not have any Bethesda games installed anymore, and xEdit has changed greatly since I last had it installed.

Anyone wishes to re-do this topic in a new thread bringing it up to date .. Crack on :D

 

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It should also be possible by making an xEdit script to remove the test cell records automatically. But I don't know how the scripting works and don't have the time to learn it(it would take me a long time since i'm not a very good programmer).

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