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Vendor Sale Delay - GONE at Skyrim Nexus Followers have now been added to this mod! The same result as with the merchants should be expected! If updating from a previous version, please make sure that you uninstall the previous version before installing version 2.0. 120 - UI - Timesavers Ever since I started playing Skyrim, I have been bothered that you have to wait for the Merchant to finish talking before you can buy/sell loot. I found myself after a couple of hours of game-play spam-clicking my mouse to skip the dialogue after pressing the "What have you got for sale?" I have been using this mod for quite a while now, and I am very happy with it. Vendors' and followers' inventory opens immediately after clicking "What have you got for sale?" Example:Before this mod is installed, this is the typical procedure when talking to a merchant:Click "What have you got for sale?" After this mod is installed:Click "What have you got for sale?" This mod should be compatible with almost all mods out there. Manual: To do list 1.

STEP:2.2.7 From S.T.E.P. Project Wiki STEP v2.2.7 ALL donations are appliedto hosting expenses. Changelog | Release Date: September 28th, 2013 - Visit the forums and provide feedback related to STEP Interim Release STEP 2.2.7 marks the beginning of our move to a new paradigm that will officially be unveiled as STEP 2.3.0. A Foreword Created by TheCompiler, STEP is a collaborative project with input from the modding community, technical volunteers, and project administrators. The STEP team collects information from the modding community through extensive mod testing, detailed reviews, feedback, and suggestions exchanged on the STEP Community Forums. Minimum System for STEP:Core It is tentatively planned that STEP:Core (and Extended, by proxy) will continue to provide a performance-friendly version in tandem with a standard version. For this release, we recommend the following as a minimum hardware configuration for running STEP:Core (installing "Baseline" versions of "Core" mods only). 1.A. 1.B. 1.B.1.

Guide:Make Skyrim Vanilla Again From S.T.E.P. Project Wiki Guide to removing all 3rd-party mods and other files from your Skyrim installation -- by torminater, wikified by Farlo The best way of course is to use your zip file that you made of the Skyrim Directory as you followed the Skyrim Installation Guide, just delete the whole directory and unpack the zip. This is the only method to restore a previous version of Skyrim. Optional: this procedure ensures that you have a stable Vanilla installation. Start a new game Skip through the tutorial level, up to leaving the cave, by ignoring combat or using God Mode (enter "tgm" in the console). FAQ: HiAlgo BOOST for Skyrim 1. HiAlgo_ReadMe: how to install and uninstall HiAlgoBoost WHAT TO DO WHEN ENB d3d9.dll-based MODS ARE ALSO USED WHAT TO DO WHEN non-ENB d3d9.dll-based MODS ARE ALSO USED WHAT TO DO WHEN ScriptDragon MODS ARE ALSO USED WHAT TO DO WHEN XBOX 360 Emulator is USED 2. Q: How to make it compatible with the ENB series mods? Q: I want to try an ENB mod with this, but there's already a d3d9.dll, what's the procedure? Q: I am using ENB injector rather than wrapper, but it does not seem to load HiAlgoBoost.dll at all Q: I'm already using a proxy d3d9.dll on top of ENB's. Q: I see white screen/strange flickering/broken images when moving mouse Q: I see flickering brown, yellow, red, whatever color screen when moving mouse 3. Q: Does it work with Intel HD (integrated graphics card)? Q: Is your d3d9.dll "Optimus"-compatible? Q: Does it work with AMD's CrossFireX? Q: It doesn't seem to work with MAC. Q: Is HiAlgoBoost compatible with SKSE/Creation Kit mods? Q: Is HiAlgoBoost compatible with ScriptDragon? 4. 5.

profiling - How can you profile a Python script Welcome to Dark Creations! | Dark Creations Customized Categorized Favorites Menu - CCFM at Skyrim Nexus Customized Categorized Favorites Menu A set of custom layouts (10 to choose from with a scripted installer) for CFM, allowing you to change your Favorites Menu to match your character's play-style. Over 150 mods, including Skyrim Redone, Requiem and many others are directly supported! Resolution Options: 1920 x 1080 (or other 16:9 Widescreen resolutions) - Full-Screen. Default: You are a Jack of All Trades. Headings in blue, dark blue and red. Equip Sets: You are also a Jack of All Trades, but like the ability to use and assign Equipment Sets. Headings in blue, dark blue and red. Mage: You commune with the Dead. Headings in blue, dark blue, orange, green and red. Assassin: You like to skulk in the shadows with a poisoned blade, while using Illusion or Alteration spells to confuse and distract your prey to turn the battle in your favour. Headings in purple, blue, dark blue, green and red. Companion: Headings in gold, red, green, blue and dark blue. Content and Mods currently supported:

Which Python memory profiler is recommended Customized Categorized Favorites Menu - CCFM at Skyrim Nexus Customized Categorized Favorites Menu A set of custom layouts (10 to choose from with a scripted installer) for CFM, allowing you to change your Favorites Menu to match your character's play-style. Over 150 mods, including Skyrim Redone, Requiem and many others are directly supported! Resolution Options: 1920 x 1080 (or other 16:9 Widescreen resolutions) - Full-Screen. Default: You are a Jack of All Trades. Headings in blue, dark blue and red. Equip Sets: You are also a Jack of All Trades, but like the ability to use and assign Equipment Sets. Headings in blue, dark blue and red. Mage: You commune with the Dead. Headings in blue, dark blue, orange, green and red. Assassin: You like to skulk in the shadows with a poisoned blade, while using Illusion or Alteration spells to confuse and distract your prey to turn the battle in your favour. Headings in purple, blue, dark blue, green and red. Companion: Headings in gold, red, green, blue and dark blue. Content and Mods currently supported:

Life at KA In our latest Khanversation, we catch up with KA Program Lead for Medical Partnerships, Dr. Rishi Desai. This pediatric infectious disease physician is also the man behind our partnership with the AAMC and leading the charge in working with experts and content creators to expand Khan Academy’s medical content both to help students prepare for the MCAT exam, and more broadly. He originally started as a content creator, and has made several hundred Khan Academy videos and interactive questions of his own, so he knows both sides of the content creation equation. His credentials, which include clinical instructor at Stanford, former CDC EIS (epidemic intelligence service) officer, and medical school at UCSF, vouch for his intelligence. So…first question: what’s up, doc? Well I was born in the UK, but I grew up in Southern California as the only Indian son, which means that I frequently got asked, “What kind of doctor will you be when you grow up?” How did you get involved with Khan Academy?

Skyrim Performance Monitor at Skyrim Nexus Skyrim Performance Monitor- By Sir Garnon Description:The Skyrim Performance Monitor is a utility used for tracking Skyrim’s system resource usage as it relates to INI settings and installed mods. Version 3.54 currently monitors the following resources: Memory VRAM Disk I/O CPU GPU GPU Temperature Threads FPS Featured on Skyrim G.E.M.S. Main Features: Graphs and In-Game Display for Memory, VRAM, Disk I/O, CPU, GPU, GPU Temperature, and Threads resource usage, and also for FPS. Featured by Gopher, Using SPM to Troubleshoot Skyrim's Memory Usage: New Features in v3.4:Added new Setup Feature for dynamically customizing the graphs and in-game counter colors, and also the in-game font sizes: In-Game Font and Font size can be changed: New in v3.5, keyboard mappings reference for the in-game counter hotkeys: Requirements: Installation:To install, simply run the two installer programs: "SlimDX Runtime .NET 2.0 (January 2012).msi" "Setup.msi"IMPORTANT NOTE! Directions: or Mod Organizer (Important! Enjoy!

What IDE to use for Python BLESSINGS - Altar Descriptions at Skyrim Nexus Adds "reward descriptions" to the ALTARS of the NINE GODS throughout SKYRIM. Why? Because I can't keep the names of the Skyrim Gods in my head for longer than 5 minutes. I'd happen upon a SHRINE and I'd say to myself: "David, what the bloody hell does this guy represent and what do I get from praying to him/her?" Now, you no longer have to wonder because the reward for prayer is right there for you to read. Utterly unnecessary if you're an ELDER SCROLLS SCHOLAR, but very useful for folks like me. Use NMM or drag the ESP into your DATA folder. Put it before anything that might alter the altars... hahah.

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