First, would like to say that this is one awesome work of art! i have yet to try it in game, since i am reinstalling everything after a years hiatus from Skyrim, i am using my old load order
to reassemble my skyrim, and wanted to add OSA and Osex to it, then add sexlab.
When i started to install SL, it asked to overwrite some files, and i hesitated, since i hadn't seen any mention of whether it was safe for them to overwrite each others' files anywhere. (depending on which gets installed before the other)
I have been a skyrim player from the beginning, and usually get things installed with no trouble, and can correct mistakes fairly easily, i just didn't want to have to start off doing that this time around. Last time around, i had about 200 add-on mods, i'm not going THAT crazy this time, LoLz!
Again, Kudos and Bravo Zulu to the team for what looks like a life-changing mod!
So, now to my actual question, does it matter if SL wants to overwrite OSA's files, and should I?
and if i should ever do a reinstall, and i load SL first, should i let OSA overwrite SL's files then as well?
Cheers, and fast Dragon kills to you all!
I highly suggest you to use Mod Organizer as your Skyrim MOD installer/manager. It has some tricky steps to make some tools work like FNIS or bodyslide (you need to update the output of those tools everytime you run them), but the amount of time and headaches it will spare you are totally worthy. No more overwrite issues because you installed a MOD in the wrong order.