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Guys,

Is there a way to UPDATE the mods from WITHIN Nexus Mod Manager? I see quite a few "yellow triangles" next to many of my mods and they show updated version that are available. How do I update the mods to the latest versions?

I thought I read somewhere that NMM updates the mods automatically but that doesn't seem to be the case.
     
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Guys,
Is there a way to UPDATE the mods from WITHIN Nexus Mod Manager? I see quite a few "yellow triangles" next to many of my mods and they show updated version that are available. How do I update the mods to the latest versions?
I thought I read somewhere that NMM updates the mods automatically but that doesn't seem to be the case.

That's what I was wondering...I know NMM update itself to the latest auto-magic but I never found a way to even check for latest versions. Actually I never even figured out what the yellow triangles mean...my skyrim play time has dropped significantly in recent weeks so I just haven't bothered to try and find it redface.gif
 
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Yellow triangle either stands for that the Mod Manager cannot detect the version of the mod you have installed or that the Latest Version is newer than your current version. Therefore if you click the link highlighted next to the Yellow triangle, it will take you to the page where you can download the newest version. They take these update from the webpage itself, so don't always assume that if you have a mod that is at version 1.0 that 1.0.1 is automatically an update that you need. Most of the time, those are just fixes that the author releases for users that are having problems with the original release.

It is nice to have though if you are wanting to update your mods but don't want to have to search for each mod.

The mod manager doesn't have the ability to auto-update unfortunately. Steam Workshop will however if that is something you are interested in, I won't be using it though...
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I haven't killed a dragon yet that didn't give me its soul... muwahaha...



Also, there is a new beta SKSE patch 1.4.09.7 available today.
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1.4.9:
- forced container categorization now configurable via .ini
add \Data\SKSE\skse.ini containing:
[Interface]
EnableContainerCategorization=1
- possible refcounting fix for scaleform objects
- cache GFxFunctionHandler objects

1.4.8:
- scaleform ForceContainerCategorization
- support for runtime 1.4.21.0

1.4.7:
- support for runtime 1.4.20.0

Edited by grishkathefool - 2/2/12 at 2:46pm
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For anyone having problems with patch 1.4, and wants to revert to patch 1.3;

1. Make sure your offline in Steam before you start all this.

2. Find your TESV.exe, right click on the .exe, go into properties, chose previous version tab, copy then paste the previous version (1.3.10) to desktop and replace the TESV.exe in your game folder with the previous version one.
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I don't believe Skyrim keeps a crash log anywhere, sometimes (not often, in my experience) when Skyrim crashes there will be a error report (through Windows error reporting) but I've never really found them useful. Skyrim just crashes and that's that more often than not. I don't think it's from mods, I've turned off all my mods and I'm still getting the eternal load screens and the occasional crash to desktop. I think it's just something with the patch.
I believe I have the newest patch (I'd have to check, not anywhere that computer right now though) and all I've had are the eternal load screens. If I go above (I think) 800MHz core clock and/or (I think) 1000MHz memory clock the game just crashes (I have a AMD 6970). I'm not even able to use my GPU fully. I can't even use the factory overclock either. No inkling why, but hopefully those problems will be fixed soon enough.
I think we're just going to have to wait.

I've posted it before but its worth repeating, you CAN get skyrim to keep a log of everything going on.

In your INI you can enable through papyrus...enablelog or something like that. That will create a folder in your ini/saves folder called logs which will give you the rundown of everything going on, what youll find there will be pretty insightfull actually. You can also enable some other logs/dumps through the console like a texture dump, things like that but I forget the commands of the top of my head. I do know theyre on the UESP:skyrim site though

IT WILL help people who CTD frequently see WHY the game is having a fit
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About the dragon soul issue, the problem is that you don't get souls from static spawn points that you've already visited. These are the ones marked with dragon icons on the world map. You get a soul from the first kill, but after the dragon respawns at that location you don't get more. Random encounter dragons, however, should always give souls (in theory).
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I don't believe Skyrim keeps a crash log anywhere, sometimes (not often, in my experience) when Skyrim crashes there will be a error report (through Windows error reporting) but I've never really found them useful. Skyrim just crashes and that's that more often than not. I don't think it's from mods, I've turned off all my mods and I'm still getting the eternal load screens and the occasional crash to desktop. I think it's just something with the patch.
I believe I have the newest patch (I'd have to check, not anywhere that computer right now though) and all I've had are the eternal load screens. If I go above (I think) 800MHz core clock and/or (I think) 1000MHz memory clock the game just crashes (I have a AMD 6970). I'm not even able to use my GPU fully. I can't even use the factory overclock either. No inkling why, but hopefully those problems will be fixed soon enough.
I think we're just going to have to wait.

I've posted it before but its worth repeating, you CAN get skyrim to keep a log of everything going on.

In your INI you can enable through papyrus...enablelog or something like that. That will create a folder in your ini/saves folder called logs which will give you the rundown of everything going on, what youll find there will be pretty insightfull actually. You can also enable some other logs/dumps through the console like a texture dump, things like that but I forget the commands of the top of my head. I do know theyre on the UESP:skyrim site though

IT WILL help people who CTD frequently see WHY the game is having a fit
I remember your post a few days ago regarding this. I think it should be stickied.
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About the dragon soul issue, the problem is that you don't get souls from static spawn points that you've already visited. These are the ones marked with dragon icons on the world map. You get a soul from the first kill, but after the dragon respawns at that location you don't get more. Random encounter dragons, however, should always give souls (in theory).


Interesting. You would think that, given the story premise, a dragon wouldn't respawn at that site. Rather, the dragon you killed CAN'T respawn as you took it's soul. Therefore, it must be a new dragon that spawned a that site, thus should be able to be reaped....

Silly Bethesda
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Okay, I read a little about it, but I still don't get it. What is WryeBash? Why does the Wars in Skyrim mod recommend using it?
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Okay, I read a little about it, but I still don't get it. What is WryeBash? Why does the Wars in Skyrim mod recommend using it?

Take a look at my sig post to learn about Wrye Bash. I plan on making tutorial videos on it this weekend.
Edited by modinn - 2/2/12 at 3:59pm
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