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I like the simplicity of NMM. MO2's UI is fucking rancid and nothing ever works right.
NMM sucks ass, Oblivionfag.
t. double digit iq
i play my games vanilla and if they need mods to be good they're bad (EXCEPT DOOM)
I manually install mods because I am not a nagger.
>I bloat my game folder up and create a million conflicts and overwrites that are nigh-impossible to identify individually because... shut up! I trust the launcher to do the work for me, okay?
>a million conflicts
>downloading a million mods
at some point you just play a new game anon. if youre modding Skyrim to have 84GB worth of extra content maybe its a sign its time to move on with the game.
a few bug fixes, texture patches, Reshades, balances fixes and ini files that yknow, regular people download arent going to cause "a million conflicts" as long as youre not a fuckin retard and can read mod descriptions and instructions
>extract folder and content to game director
>delete the folder
>a few bug fixes, texture patches, Reshades, balances fixes and ini files that yknow, regular people download arent going to cause "a million conflicts" as long as youre not a fuckin retard and can read mod descriptions and instructions
why are you in a thread about modding games giving your opinion if you don't mod your games.
>if you dont have 400 mods installed you dont mod, next caller
Fallout 4 is my most modded game and i have only ever had, idk 20 mods max and they were all just guns, ragdolls and one CBBE i think.
anyway point is, stop playing shitty games and learn to manually install mods. or dont, i didnt buy your hard drive, its whatever
Fallout 4 is not only a shit game, it requires more than 20 mods simply to fix bizarre and gamebreaking vanilla issues such as "walking around in power armor can permanently turn friendly NPC hostile" or "Papyrus scripts stop saving to file properly and the game will be bricked on next load".
>inb4 unofficial patch
Nope, fixes depending onF4SE and those requiring a modicum of skill aren't there, Arthmoor is only good at name squatting and babby's first xEdit change.
>why are you in a thread about modding games giving your opinion if you don't mod your games.
The only reason you're using anything except MO2 is because you're low IQ
MO2 is the most user friendly and intuitive by a country mile
MO2, but I agree that the UI is lacking like
Mod Organizer 2 is the best one by far. Nmm is also fine if you're using an updated version that has virtual installs. However Vortex is such garbage that even old nmm is better than it. Seriously, what were they thinking when making a mod manager that doesn't give you full control over every mod in your modlist?
>a mod manager that doesn't give you full control over every mod in your modlist
can you specify what your problem was? you can control load order and resolve conflicts file by individual file. i actually prefer how vortex shows the graphical map for circular file conflicts.
I use vortex for the 1 click downloads off nexus ofc
MO2 does the same thing, old man. Get with the times already.
Vortex is the newshit, that's just a pleb.
I don't see the reason to use anything that isn't MO2
Vortex seems to work fine for me.
>700+ mods in Skyrim
>250+ in Fallout 4
>200+ in NV
>200+ in F3
>200+ in Oblivion
>250+ in Morrowind
>4 in Witcher 3
and not a single issue. But then again I know how to use Xedit and make a merged patch. Witcher 3 legitemately had the most problems.
No one uses Vortex. Not a single person.
I'm positive that guy is single.
Mo2 is the only one thats easy to understand and it just works 90% of the time. Never used vortex but I have used NMM. NMM is absolute trash. Now, I havent used it in over 5 years so it may have changed. Still, it always fumbled the mod load order and I had to pay close attention anytime updating or installing mods. Where with Mo2 it just works mosy of the time. It does have its issues like version numbers for mods can show false signals that said mod is outdated when it has the most up to date version
Can you use unoficial skyrim patch if you used the version downgrader mod?
why would you want to downgrade? don't listen to the retards. everything works with 1.6.640
There isn't a single good game that uses any of those.
Blow it our your ass, Contrarian Man.
MO2 is fucking retarded.
The one thing that's really shitty about MO2 is that games share the installed mods so trying to wrangle a FONV mod list and a FO4 mod list its imposible.
do the mo2 built in tutorial. You can do that easily. Games are seperated by default onto different lists too. Thinking about it, your post seems disingenious. Or youre just retarded
>installed MO2 years ago
>settings and paths from previous install still in effect
>despite tutorials and reinstallation, can't undo my old install
>impossible to reset, all paths are conflicting with new directories of installed games
>it's a clusterfuck even the best tutorial isn't even adressing
>"ERROR: .ini not found"
>godawul labyrinthian UI doesn't help troubleshoot or figure things out
>it shows settings for a game I don't even have installed
>"b-b-b-but muh functionality!!!!"
Yeah, that's a pass.
Yeah youre lying. Nice try though
I wish. I really tried to like it since everyone keeps gushing about it. I don't care how "old" and "out of date" Nexus Mod Manager is, it at least fucking works.
seems dishonest since Mo2 separates mods by game by default. you would have to manually point a mod install to a different game folder during the process which requires paying attention at the very least.
I've never had any of these problems and can't imagine how you borked it this bad, but the trick to MO2 is to use separate portable installs for each game, and then profiles for a particular modlist you want to use. Any new portable instance is a fresh start.
In the center box with all your mods, there is a button in the top right corner to setup profiles, which allows you to clean up your list
None. I only need Unity Mod Manager to actually apply shit, I can remember what mods I have withought 3rd party intervention.
Any are fine, the real shit is trying to use fucking ModDB that site sucks ass
MO 2 only. The rest are for naggercattles.
MO2 is NPC slop tier garbage.
>t. crayon eating vortex toddler
used to use nmm, and in all honesty i miss it, but mo2 has been a godsend for me, modding hasn't been easier.
tried using vortex at one point, and no clue if it's me being retarded or just generally bad but i still hold contempt with trying to use the fucker
? With vortex you just hit download with manager on nexus website, then hit enable in vortex and wait for it to auto deploy, then it is done and you can play. It's an easy 2 steps.
?? isn't NMM shut down? I used to have it but I am sure I remember it one day said it was no longer supported and had me switch over to Vortex? well, either way, it works fine for me. I tried organiser once and it just felt like it wasn't worth the hassle.
There is literally no reason to use NMM. It's just manually modding but with a UI.
When it comes to Bethesda titles, MO2 all the way.
For other games? It's a mixed bag. A lot of the time you can work MO2 to function on it, and it's been getting more coverage. But often times Vortex works out fine.
Shame it's such a Hassle to have both installed, so I'm mostly left with either MO2 or game specific tools.
MO2 is the only one of the three even worth considering.
For me, it's Wrye Bash and TESEDIT.
Ideally neither. I only had to use Mod Organizer for Fallout: New Vegas, and hope I will never have to use it again.
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