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Guest posted a topic in General Gaming DiscussionsI have to say this: http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/news/12905/? = bribery. Tannin is a sell out. Nothing more to say. Definitely bad news, not good news. Dark0ne literally bought out competition. And hired one man to do what a team of programmers couldn't do in the last 6 years of developing NMM. Moved to new thread. Not support question more discussion question. -RC
Let's Discuss Our Favorite Skyrim Mod Managers. I use MO for Skyrim (Mod Organizer) some use NMM (Nexus Mod Manager) and still I believe some use Wyre Bash for their mod manager (could be wrong though. Also if there are any others please post them. I use MO primarily because it keeps my data folder clean, allows me to drag and drop the various mods I install into whatever order while providing me feedback on the conflicts. At times I even create custom folders inside of MO to pack various files and whatnot into them and refresh MO and start a game. Sort of like the days of manual installing except each install is a separate mod I have used NMM for Skyrim when I first got the game (before MO) and it worked fine. It is an very easy mod manager to use and it is easy to clean the data folder if you understand the process however one of the things i didn't like was having to reinstall mods to get their conflicts resolved and at that time (not sure about currently) there was no feedback on this. This is a great asset for use for me because it has helped me figure out many problems quickly when some assets aren't showing on the game when started. Anyway that is my preference, what's yours.