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Who needs a mod manager when this checks for updates, downloads, and installs them for you? I have used mod manager before on earlier Bethesda games, but I like this a lot more. To each his own. smile.gif

"Who needs a mod manager when you have a mod manager!"


Anyway, glad to see TES modding become so popular. Hopefully more developers follow suit when they see how successful this has helped this franchise become.

Lots of people got banned for questioning why people were making MLP mods for Skyrim as well.
I think in general they just dislike and are sick of people making rude comments on mods where they have no business doing so. The great thing about modding is you can make whatever you want to make, and install anything you want to. There is no "should" or "shouldn't".

Hey don't make fun of me. tongue.gif

I do agree to an extent though that this stuff shouldn't be so openly available. You should have to show proof of age if you are accessing nudity mods and not just the "Yes, I am 18 years of age or older".
     
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Hey don't make fun of me. tongue.gif
I do agree to an extent though that this stuff shouldn't be so openly available. You should have to show proof of age if you are accessing nudity mods and not just the "Yes, I am 18 years of age or older".
No you shouldn't.
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Hey don't make fun of me. tongue.gif
I do agree to an extent though that this stuff shouldn't be so openly available. You should have to show proof of age if you are accessing nudity mods and not just the "Yes, I am 18 years of age or older".
No you shouldn't.

Why so all the twelve year olds can look at things they shouldn't? I am just being the one guy to say that there should be some form of verification needed.
     
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Why so all the twelve year olds can look at things they shouldn't? I am just being the one guy to say that there should be some form of verification needed.
It's the parents job to ensure their kids aren't viewing inappropriate content. Everything on the internet has content that is possibly inappropriate for kids. I don't want to verify my age every time I visit a new video site, news site, etc, etc just because parents don't make the effort of shielding their kids.
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Why so all the twelve year olds can look at things they shouldn't? I am just being the one guy to say that there should be some form of verification needed.
It's the parents job to ensure their kids aren't viewing inappropriate content. Everything on the internet has content that is possibly inappropriate for kids. I don't want to verify my age every time I visit a new video site, news site, etc, etc just because parents don't make the effort of shielding their kids.

None of that would be a problem unless you are looking specifically for adult rated material. A parent can only do so much without having their kid on a leash right next to them. I still stand firm on my statement that there should be some required form of age verification.
     
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What, why are they not a problem?
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What, why are they not a problem?

Because you wouldn't find porn or any strictly adult material on MSN or a news site. rolleyes.gif
     
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Hey don't make fun of me. tongue.gif
I do agree to an extent though that this stuff shouldn't be so openly available. You should have to show proof of age if you are accessing nudity mods and not just the "Yes, I am 18 years of age or older".

Just sayin' rolleyes.gif
Although most of the reason I like NMM is because I've always used the Managers from Nexus. I like tweaking stuff too and do lots of manual installs.
I think at one point I had well over 150 mods on oblivion. THAT was a bit of a pain to get working. Especially when you want a little of this, a little of that from conflicting mods.

I'd say the burden should be on the parents to keep their kids away from the stuff that they don't want them viewing.
If parents would properly explain things and get rid of some dated ideologies I don't think it would be a problem for them to see it anyway.
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Because you wouldn't find porn or any strictly adult material on MSN or a news site. rolleyes.gif
You'll find content not suitable for kids everywhere; youtube, bbc, etc. Why is it only nude-mods that get locked up. I'd really rather not have to enter age verification everywhere. Maybe ISPs could filter stuff and you could provide age verification to them, but not every single site you ever visit.
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Hey don't make fun of me. tongue.gif
I do agree to an extent though that this stuff shouldn't be so openly available. You should have to show proof of age if you are accessing nudity mods and not just the "Yes, I am 18 years of age or older".

Just sayin' rolleyes.gif
Although most of the reason I like NMM is because I've always used the Managers from Nexus. I like tweaking stuff too and do lots of manual installs.
I think at one point I had well over 150 mods on oblivion. THAT was a bit of a pain to get working. Especially when you want a little of this, a little of that from conflicting mods.

I'd say the burden should be on the parents to keep their kids away from the stuff that they don't want them viewing.
If parents would properly explain things and get rid of some dated ideologies I don't think it would be a problem for them to see it anyway.

I have attempted to mod Oblivion once and I thought about trying it again, but I guess I just like to say I want this this and this mod but not have to do any of the work.

For the last part yes I agree that could potentially help but as kids are kids they will get curious about it sometime. I am only siding with the law just because it is hardly enforced. At least that one bit is.
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Because you wouldn't find porn or any strictly adult material on MSN or a news site. rolleyes.gif
You'll find content not suitable for kids everywhere; youtube, bbc, etc. Why is it only nude-mods that get locked up. I'd really rather not have to enter age verification everywhere. Maybe ISPs could filter stuff and you could provide age verification to them, but not every single site you ever visit.

Yes you can but youtube requires you to have an account at least. Please show me an example of BBC showing explicit things that are not related to violence like police chases, robberies, and murders. Most people wouldn't want it either but still its part of the law and ISPs filtering stuff would be a good alternative to that as well. Just something to enforce it other than clicking a button that says yes on it.
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