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  1. @ Skyrim SE Nexus Description : CBBE Optional Body Skin textures (Diffuse Maps), plus matching hands, for clean or dirty skin, pubic hair variations, and nipple choices. All Diffuse map options in original 4k size, or now also in 2k size. There are also Normal Map Options which are the same as on CBBE page, but in 2k size. So for different machine specifications you can mix them up to reduce VRAM usage .. 4k Diffuse + 4k Normal for the screen archers out there, 4k Diffuse + 2k Normal to conserve a bit of VRAM, or 2k Diffuse + 2k Normal to go back to vanilla Skyrim SE texture sizes. Personally I have 3gb VRAM so like the 4k Diffuse, but even though I can use the 4k normal aswell I prefer saving a bit and using the 2k normal .. In normal gameplay you will not really notice the very slight difference a 4k normal makes. The textures in this mod are BC7 (Linear, Fine) format. (They are not backwards compatible with Old Skyrim) CBBE SE .psd Resources were used as the basis for making these textures in all cases. If you also use the Normal Map Options, you can effectively produce many more combinations of diversity with bump mapping of your choice .. .. More defined Muscular, varying cleavage etc etc, giving a wide range of body definition. Options included : (Diffuse maps) CleanSkin BrightNipple HairShavenCleanSkin BrightNipple HairStripCleanSkin BrightNipple HairThickCleanSkin BrightNipple HairThickestCleanSkin BrightNipple HairThin CleanSkin BrightNipple HairWildCleanSkin DarkNipple HairShavenCleanSkin DarkNipple HairStripCleanSkin DarkNipple HairThickCleanSkin DarkNipple HairThickestCleanSkin DarkNipple HairThin CleanSkin DarkNipple HairWildCleanSkin HairShavenCleanSkin HairStripCleanSkin HairThickCleanSkin HairThickestCleanSkin HairThin CleanSkin HairWildDirtySkin BrightNipple HairShavenDirtySkin BrightNipple HairStripDirtySkin BrightNipple HairThickDirtySkin BrightNipple HairThickestDirtySkin BrightNipple HairThin DirtySkin BrightNipple HairWildDirtySkin DarkNipple HairShavenDirtySkin DarkNipple HairStripDirtySkin DarkNipple HairThickDirtySkin DarkNipple HairThickestDirtySkin DarkNipple HairThin DirtySkin DarkNipple HairWildDirtySkin HairShavenDirtySkin HairStripDirtySkin HairThickDirtySkin HairThickestDirtySkin HairThin DirtySkin HairWild (Normal maps) Base Petite Curvier Cleavage Sevenbase Sevenbase Muscular Muscular Fetish Requirements : CBBE SE <- Install this first, then overwrite with the diffuse / normal maps of your choice. Install order is important for this to work correctly. Installation : Manual installation - Use 7zip to extract the archive. Inside you will find a fomod folder with named images, which correspond with a named folder. Make your choice of folder, open it and then copy the texture folder ( and its contents ), then paste the textures folder into .. ~Path to game installation~ \ Skyrim Special Edition \ Data \ <-- In here You are installing two files which replace the same files from CBBE SE, so you should be asked to overwrite, click Okay. textures \ actors \ character \ female \ femalebody_1.dds textures \ actors \ character \ female \ femalehands_1.dds The hands file is of particular importance for the dirty skin options, to match at the wrist join. CBBE SE (or its resource file) does not have its own matching dirty version of the hands texture. If you also use the CBBE Normal Map Options 2k, there is just one additional file to install textures \ actors \ character \ female \ femalebody_1_msn.dds. Wrye Bash ( Wizard - Recommended ) - Place the zip in Bash Installers folder ( or drag and drop it onto the Wrye Bash Installers Tab ). Right click the installer in Wrye Bash and choose Wizard, then follow the intructions and make choices. Other Mod Managers ( Fomod scripted Installation ) - I believe it will install with Nexus Mod Manager, and the upcoming Vortex ( so long as it supports fomod scripted installers ). It will probably also install with MO aswell .. I cant test all possibilities because I do not use any of them. Uninstallation : Manual - Delete the two files .. ~Path to game~ \ skyrim special edition \ data \ textures \ actors \ character \ female \ femalebody_1.dds ~Path to game~ \ skyrim special edition \ data \ textures \ actors \ character \ female \ femalehands_1.dds And if you used the Normal Map Options ~Path to game~ \ skyrim special edition \ data \ textures \ actors \ character \ female \ femalebody_1.dds Then re-install the CBBE SE originals Wrye Bash or other Mod Managers - Refer to their documentation on uninstalling your mods. Tools used : Photoshop - With Intel Texture Works plugin Notepad++ 7zip Permission : You're free to use the CBBE body for outfits, companions or similar if you follow the rules below. Just credit the CBBE team and provide a link back there! 1. For re-uploading the whole mod or parts of it without notable edits to any website, including the Nexus, please ask for permission first. 2. Distribution by, or sub-licensing to, parties not expressly given permission is disallowed. 3. You are currently NOT allowed to upload or use any part of the CBBE meshes and textures on Bethesda.net. This includes within outfit mods, companions or any other type of mods. 4. No file available on this page is to be sold for monetary gain anywhere. Outfits making use of the CBBE body are not to be sold anywhere. For permissions or questions, contact Caliente, ousnius or Jeir. CBBE team Credits : - Caliente - ousnius - Jeir - Lunyra for some of the blend options in the PSD resources - Bethesda for providing the (bug ridden .. but excellent) games - Arthmoor and all members of the community who contribute to the Unofficial Patch Project - Mertz for everything he is doing to spread the love for Wrye Bash WizBAINs - Utumno, long suffering one-man-coding-machine and leader of the Wrye Bash team .. .. If you know Python, go lend a hand.
  2. Just to clarify that I don't have any kind of mods. I came here searching for help and checking if this patch may help me. The green hologram of the lab bottle, Research test tube and test tube items is missing when trading or bartering but not when I'm in my inventory in the Pip-boy. I've tried loading a saved game from before but nothing, also verifyed files and no solution for the glitch. I don't know why it's happening and since when, coz maybe the bug was there before I noticed. I'm new in all of this and I've been searching for information. I already asked for help to Bethesda but I don't know how much it will take for them to find a solution for my problem since I sent them DxDiag and Msinfo32 information to review as they requested me and reinstalling nvidia drivers. I haven't unistalled Fallout 4 so far.
  3. So, it seems that Fallout 4 uses Material Swap forms to change the material, and thus the texture, of a static. They have done this with the flags you can place in your base. All those flags uses FlagWallMinutemen01.nif as model, and Material Swap to change the diffuse, normal, and specular. The nif itself only references the Minutemen texture and material. Does anyone have an idea of how one would go about editing those materials? I've tried Hex Editing, but it doesn't seem to work. For example, I'm working on a Flag mod that doesn't replace the vanilla flags, but adds all sorts of "Old World" flags (download). The missing piece is just getting the materials to function as I want.

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