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    1. Youre One Dirty Little Lady ;) [modders resource]

      Youre One Dirty Little Lady
      [modders resource]
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      Clear diffuses I drew dirt on for the T3M variety of bodies
      to make my babes look dirty after a long day of prospecting, adventuring,
      murdering, and traveling in the windy desert that is The Mojave. 
       
      Apply them by "merging down" with GIMP
      or any other app  that handles .dds 
      or get a friend to do it for you if you don't know how.
       
      sometime girls just want to get down and dirty!
      am I right or what
       
       
       
       
      😈

      11 downloads

      Updated

    2. The Moon Is A Cheeky Little Fucker

      The Moon Is A Cheeky Little Fucker
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      Just a moon retexture that puts cute faces on the moon phases
       
       
       
       
       
      🌙

      6 downloads

      Submitted

    3. GTFO Josh Tree

      GTFO Josh Tree
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      This completely removes the Josh Trees from the Mojave Wasteland.
      I didnt like them all that much and this boosts my FPS.
      I Wiped all vertices and collision properties in Nifskope
       
      So if you want an FPS boost go ahead and get it after all ask yourself
      would you rather have some dumb prickly trees or more frames?
      also if you regret installing this I included backup meshes
      in the same mod titled "backup joshtree".
      also its esp free.
       
       
       
       
       
      🌹

      8 downloads

      Updated

    4. RaceBodyMorph (NPC BodyMorph Randomizer) 1.0.2

      RaceBodyMorph (NPC BodyMorph Randomizer) (Could use a better name, but meh...)
       
      A simple BodyMorph plugin that I originally made for myself causing me to learn scripting in GECK.
       
      Description:
      Allows randomization of NPC body morphs based on minimum and maximum values for each bones that can be set for each race and gender via the MCM.
      Use Ctrl+M to quickly access the Activation Menu.
       




       
      Requirements:
      BodyMorph 1.1.0+, of course.
      NVSE.
      NVSE Extender (NX).
      Mod Configuration Menu - Needed to activate and setup the plugin.
      Weighted body, like T3F Body with BnB (look in Files section).
      Weighted armors or clothing, like Bouncing Breasts Type 3 Armors.
      Or T3FBBR BnB Body Replacer + Rough Outfit Conversions.
       
      Notes:
      There are alot of changes as of version 1.0.0 (January 3, 2016). To avoid issues from updating from an earlier version, it is advised to install it with a RaceBodyMorph-free save or better yet a BodyMorph-free save, to do so:
      Disable/Uninstall BodyMorph and RaceBodyMorph from your load order, start game and save. Then install the latest version of BodyMorph and RaceBodyMorph.
       
      Updating RaceBodyMorph or the core BodyMorph to a new version will deactivate the mod and reset all settings on load, so be sure to use the mod's Save/Load Settings function to save time.
       
      Changelog:
       

      3,585 downloads

      Updated

    5. NX Insight (MCM NX Data Viewer)

      NX Insight
       
      Description:
      An MCM mod that allows the user to view associated NX data of the target reference (Player if no reference under crosshair).
      NX variables to be displayed are defined inside the INI files located in "Data/Config/NXInsight/SubMenuFolder/INIFile.ini".
      Requires Lutana NVSE plugin to work.
       
       
       
       
      Directory Structure:
      GameDirectory/Data/Config/NXInsight/SubMenuFolder/INIFile.ini
      - SubMenuFolder (SubMenu, MCM has a 10 submenu limit, so 10 folders are possible)
      - INI file (contains section names and NX variables to be displayed)
      Folders inside directory "Data/Config/NXInsight" will act as MCM submenus.
      There are no hard rules on organizing keys inside the INIs, just make sure you got the NX key of the NX variable you want to display right.
      See attachments in the first post for sample INIs.
       
      INI Format:
       

      SectionName = Section name
      NXKey = NX key of variable to display
      Enabled = Determines if this variable will be displayed in the MCM, set it to 1.
       
      Requirements:
      Mod Configuration Menu
      NVSE
      NX (NVSE Extender)
      Lutana NVSE
       
      Note:
      Having an ini file with the name "System.ini" apparently crashes the game when initialized, probably some engine level stuff conflicting, so avoid the name "System.ini".
       
      Changelog:
       
       
      Attached are some INI files for BodyMorph, SOIntimacy and Spunk:
      NXInsight-BodyMorph.7z
      NXInsight-SOIntimacy.7z
      NXInsight-Spunk.7z

      326 downloads

      Updated

    6. NVGeck Syntax Highlighter for NP++

      Why?
       
      It's pretty damned handy to write scripts in NP++ with.
       
      Features
      - Separate style for script blocks and loops
      - Separate style for command-style functions (let, set, to, return, label, GoTo, continue etc)
      - Separate style for, and all functions as keywords for NVSE (up to 5.1.2)
      - Separate style for, and all functions as keywords for Lutana (up to 19)
      - Separate style for, and all functions as keywords for JIP (up to 53)
      - Combined style for and all functions as keywords for MCM, Project Nevada and NX (up to 16).
      - Combined style for var declarations, globals (vanilla), AV function string parameters (vanilla), and unquoted string parameters to ar_construct.
      - Loops are treated as code blocks that can be folded and unfolded (same goes for if-conditions and script blocks)
      - Elseif & else parts can be folded and unfolded separately.
      - Pretty colors (totally adjustable ofc)
       
      How To Install:
      - open notepad++
      - Pick "language" in the menu, then "define your language"
      - "import", then find the xml uploaded here, and... import it
      - done
       
      This highlighter will attach itself to the .geck file extension. You can change that if you want, same as anything else. In Notepad++, the syntax is called "DSGeckSyntax8" because I'm so vain I think this song is about me. No, actually, that's because all these syntaxes are called something similar and if you've gone over a few to figure out what you like, you can't remember which is which.
       
      It's made with Notepad 7.5.3, which uses UDL 2.1. If you've got an older UDL version, you probably want to upgrade.
       
      Permissions
       
      Public Domain

      114 downloads

      Updated

    7. Metal Gear REX modder's resource

      This is a 3D model that I made using the 3D modeling program Blender, of Metal Gear REX from the 1998 game Metal Gear solid.

      I hope that someone can rig, animate, texture it, and then somehow turn it into a vehicle mod in Skyrim special edition.

      Obviously this would be an extremely long, complex, and daunting task, but if you have the technical know-how or are a career professional in the game development field and think you can do it, then by all means, please do!

      I realize that this mesh is somewhat of a mess, and you have permission to polish and clean it up.

      According to this game footage from Metal Gear Solid 4 Guns Of The Patriots, REX"s walks with it's legs slightly outwards and in a steep downward position.

      Also, it's lower legs are move up and down like shock absorbers. They retract slightly when sitting down, and extend slightly when standing up or walking.

      If you're going to animate it walking, study this video very closely and try to replicate it's walk.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciIVuUzhs2o

      8 downloads

      Submitted

    8. Apple Jam Skeleton [FONV]

      Simple 1st and 3rd skeleton resource for FO3 / FONV
       
      Mods where this is specifically used:
      - BodyMorph
      - Head tracking in Behaviours
      - Lean in Behaviours beta 2.5
      - Any BnB
      - I think Sexout already includes a previous version of this
       
      List of known incompatibilities
      - Tails and wings
      - Malo resizer
       
      For modding
      - It's not suggested to be used to rig or to animate, unless you perfectly know what it involves
      - It's a resource, you can do whatever you want with it. However it would be better some cooperation for a new version instead than making brand new mods or include it on other mods, in order to grant more compatibility.
      - No changes in ragdolls, please
       
      PM me for help or requests

      6,713 downloads

      Updated

    9. Classic ED-E

      Classic Chassis for ED-E to make him appear as a classic eyebot from fallout 2 based heavily on the cancelled Van Buren concept art.
       
      Original models and textures Created by SteelHardBurger
       
      This mod was originally in the Monster mod
                         Created By: DogTown1
       
      I merely sourced the files and applied them to all stages of ED-E's upgrading process
       
            There is a minor float issue on his placement in the primm nash residence
       
      Installation
       
          Simply drop the provided file in your favorite mod loader or directly unpack to the data folder
                              make sure to tick that esp if need be. (FloatedBoiImp)
       
      {I am currently awaiting the "yay or nay" from the original creator, so given that I will remove this mod at his request}
       
      Remorselessly Yours, ~Mamel~

      29 downloads

      Updated

    10. Cats Paw Modders Resource

      Hey everyone,
       
      It's taken me a long, long time to do this, but I guess now is as good a time as any. I'm releasing this as a Modders Resource. It's essentially a massive building (The Cats Paw Publishing House & Brothel) which I've been working on/off over the past several years. There are multiple cells, interiors, rooms, all based around the concept of a publishing house and brothel. It also has a ton of references to old games like Duke Nukem, Fallout 1 and 2, and other media. It includes:
       
      - Main Reception Area
      - Toilets
      - Games Room
      - Bar
      - Kitchen
      - About 8 different rooms for the girls.
      - A dungeon.
      - Maintenance Area
      - Janitor's Closet
      - Backroom Casting "Audition" Room
      - Security Room
      - 3 Themed HoloSuite Studios
      - Printing Floor
      - Generator Room
      - Storage Room
      - Meeting/Board Room
      - Publishing Office
      - Miss Kitty's Wing
      - Elevator
      - A "Bath" area which is unconnected right now.
       
      It was supposed to be a complex quest mod where you helped Miss Kitty Junior run her business. Sort of like Coito Ergo Sum, which I was unaware of when I stated developing this mod and only became aware of quite late in development. It was supposed to tie in with Odessa's Sexout Soliciting. You can find the location itself in the Strip, next to Vault 21. There are a few placeholder NPCs running around, and the very beginnings of some quests which aren't implemented properly ingame that reflect that. But the main onus of the mod are the assets and the interior space.
       
      Bear in mind, as this is an unfinished, WIP project, there are a lot of bugs and issues. The entire front of the building was placeholder. A lot of assets are missing, and the quests don't work. As I've said, it's more about the actual interiors and the space itself, and what you as a modder may wish to do with it.
       
      Over the years I've realised this is just one of those projects I'm never going to finish. I've been holding onto the files hoping I'd muster the enthusiasm/will to finish it but it just wasn't going to happen. I'd like to offer a massive and sincere apology to both NepoznatiNN and A.J who put tons of time and effort making custom assets for me for this mod. BruceWayne also deserves a mention for the amazing female NPCs he made, which are included in a separate esm file. Many others helped too and I've credited the assets I've included here, all of which are free to use.
       
      Basically, feel free to use this as you will, so far as you credit me for the environment and obviously all the people and assets I made use of myself.
       
      Enjoy, and I'm sorry it took so long to do this!

      98 downloads

      Updated

    11. Fallout 3 / Fallout NV Vehicle Resource

      This is a resource, NOT a direct replacer. Some skill with GECK is required to get these meshes ingame. I believe I had to raise the vehicle heights in Blender so the rims and tires wouldn't clip into the ground, but seeing as I haven't played Fallout in over five years I'm not sure...
       
      Back in early 2012 my house was burglarized and my computer among many other things was stolen. Last week Metro called to inform me that they'd found several of my items including an external 1TB SSD drive that at the time cost me a small fortune. Being more than five years old it's now just a run of the mill drive but a TB is a TB so I tied it into my system. Much to my surprise all my files were still on it.
       
      A couple of the meshes may have originally been other authors work. If I remember correctly, the boxtrucks and the halftrack were mashups I did in Blender. I don't know who the original authors are anymore. I do recall that I stretched the police car mesh model, remodeled a gas station to have gas pumps (or maybe it was some type of fusion pump), remade the bus, (one with skeletons inside one without), made a flatbed semi trailer model and a flatbed boxcar model, added doors to both types of the mobile home trailers (without collision), and made a new model of the frontloader with a raised bucket, other than that most vehicles now have multiple damage options, multiple texture options, side mirrors, glass, fusion type engines, rims, tires, seats, steering wheels, and the occasional skeleton inside. I also remade some of the blown up versions of them.

      85 downloads

      Updated

    12. AnT - AnimTool (New Vegas)

      11/06: Added an alternative version (it's just an update, main package is required).
      It adds a new option in MCM that allows to bind a new hotkey (Emergency Key). When this key is pressed in game, it will remove AnT key binding on the numpad, and when pressed again it will re-enable it of course.
      This was made because a user made me notice that other mods can use the numpad (i.e. SO Positioning) and there are not so many practical keys to bind on the keyboard.
       
      03/01/15: Added 2 gorgeous themes for a total of 6, thank you Viktoria
       
      AnimTool (AnT) - Ver. 1.5 AB Re-Up
      ------------------------
      Description
      ------------------------
      Some days ago I started again working on animations and I did this simple tool to try them in game. Then I found that could have been a nice tool for other people too, so here it is.
      Basically, it allows you to invoke an animation after you chosed it from a menu, on you or on a target (NPC or Creature)
      Everything works in GameMode (realtime), because I can't suffer MenuModes. Actually it contains around 300 animations divided in 8 categories.
      Keys and other stuff are configurable via MCM.
      In future, I still intend to change things, like the default key, the list etc.etc. concerning the needs. Also I hope to *find* soon of some function to write and read a file, it would be pretty useful.
       
      ------------------------
      Purpose
      ------------------------
      Machinima, screenshots, testing animations. When I play, I use it for RP (RolePlay: it won't be a karma counter that tells me how good I am... I want to blow kisses to other NPCs. Or taunt them, in case I feel mean. Or drink from a bottle. Or eat something. Etc.etc.).
      So, the main purpose is strictly related to animations. But also I wanted to give the possibility to make custom lists of animations. Basically, if you have some animations and you would like to release them, but you miss a way to invoke them and don't like scripting, you follow a procedure I described inside a pdf and then you re-package everything and re-distribute it.
      The actual limit, in terms of numbers of animations, is 9 categories of 50 animations = 450 animations, + 1 category reserved for AO (=50 AOs)
       
      ------------------------
      How to use it
      ------------------------
      Please watch the video here, until the end:
       

       
      ------------------------
      Installation
      ------------------------
      - Requires last NVSE
      - JIP NVSE. You can find it here
      - JIP UIO is mandatory now, it's pretty stable and works very well. You can find it here JazzIsParis' UIO
      After that, download the Main package v15 AB.zip, unpack it inside your data folder (or use FOMM), activate AnT.esp in your load order. Done.
      Inside the package there are further instructions in case you have troubles.
       
      - Create your own animation package (GECK is optional)
      Download the file "Optional - Custom Anims package" and follow the instructions included in the file
       
      NOTE ABOUT LOAD ORDER: the esp doesn't require a specific position, however it contains a dirty edit that should solve some problems with mods that prevent animations to play (i.e. some pose packs). So, if you put AnT.esp lower in your load order, it should "clean" that issue.
       
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      Incompatibilities
      ------------------------
      Script itself shouldn't have incompatibilities, except pretty absurd cases i.e. you prolly can't open the menu while you are sprinting with some sprint mod or PN...
      But for what concerns huds, they are a delicate beast to handle, that's why I suggest UIO which should tame the beast for you.
       
      - Darn UI changes the fonts. So the strings won't be perfectly formatted. Still, it's perfectly usable, just a bit more ugly.
      - Due to no answer from Gopher, I can't provide explicit compatibility with uHud. However, you can still make a manual install of this after you installed uHud and it should work. Don't forget that if you re-activate uHud, it probably will revert the changes you made manually, so you'll have to re-do them
       
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      Permissions
      ------------------------
       
      This mod can be considered free for non-commercial use only.
       
      However, from this free permission are EXCLUDED any asset I could list down here:
      - antCat6Anim48.kf and antCat6Anim49.kf
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      Credits and love
      ------------------------
      hlp, JazzIsParis, luthienanarion, Odessa, prideslayer, doctasax, tomm434, Umpa, Xilandro

      1,102 downloads

      Updated

    13. Lipstick [Fallout New Vegas]

      18/05/2017
      Added a patch for those experiencing black face due to ENB, courtesy of MALETIR
      Install this mod, then install his patch, overwrite the files, activate his ESP and put it lower in the load order.
       
      Description
      These are working Lipsticks.
      To obtain them:
      - They can be bought from Chet in Goodspring, Miguel in Westside or Cliff Briscoe in Novac
      - You can COC aLPTestCell and will find them inside a container.
      - You can enable the debug mode on the ini file and receive them at the first execution of the mod (if MCM is installed)
      - You can... uhm... add them via console
       
      There are 8 colors, some of them are really awful.
       
      They can be used 10 times, after that you can throw them in the trashcan because they are exhausted.
       
      In your inventory, they can be found under "Apparel", like armors. After clicking on the lipstick, you will be kicked out from the pipboy, if you had some "obstruction" in the face it should be removed (i.e. a full head helm), after 1-2 seconds if you were in first person you will be forced in third, and an animation will trigger, with the player putting the lipstick on lips.
       
      You can also hotkey it and put it while you are playing, like for regular weapons etc., i.e. you are walking in some casino and you feel your lips require lipstick so you just press the hotkey and the player will put the lipstick while walking etc.etc.
       
      If you are wondering why the lipstick shape or alignment is not very much precise, here 2 good reasons: 1) it is tweaked for the MD preset I use ; 2) in NV there are no working mirrors, I really challenge you to put the lipstick in some decent way without a mirror.
       
      The lipstick provides a boost of +1 Charisma to female couriers and -3 Charisma to male couriers. The "effect" leasts 5 minutes. If for some reason the game removes the lipstick from the lips when it shouldn't, there's a check every 10 seconds which will restore it.
       
      If you drink from most toilets / sinks / water pumps, the lipstick can go away.
       
      For Modders, when the player has lipstick effect, every 10 seconds it dispatches aLPPlayerHasLipstick event. When the lipstick finishes, it dispatches aLPPlayerHasNoMoreLipstick
       
      Installation
      Unpack everything under Data, as always. If you use a mod manager, check if it does its job (well probably only for the Config subfolder, so if you don't care about it you're fine).
       
      Incompatibilities
      - No vanilla records or cells were modified, with the exception of 1 ITM.
      - Some ENBs could have weird reactions with alpha, so the head could seem black - it was reported to me, my ENBs never had issues.
      - Due to the nature of the membrane shader, you'll have a wondrous shining coloured reflection on the back of your head, with some vanilla short hairs. Custom long hairs are strongly suggested...
       
      Requisites
      NVSE 5+
      Lutana (Optional)
      MCM (Optional) - it only requires the dll
       
      Optionals:
      With Lutana installed, some NPCs will have them in their inventory. You can also find them playing the animation of the lipstick, however they won't have their lips color changed, it's just an idle.
      With MCM dll installed, a couple of parameters can be tweaked on the INI file (debug and charisma boost).
       
      Permissions:
      This mod can be considered a resource, not for commercial use. Use it as you prefer, credit me if you think it's good.
       
      Credits:
      hlp and team for NVSE
      Luthien Anarion for Lutana
      Pelinor for MCM
       

      1,102 downloads

      Updated

    14. My Clothcollection 2017 Edit

      This file requires the original to work;
      http://www.loverslab.com/files/file/46-myclothcollection-31-by-alex3874/
       
      You should also look for every update/conversion related to the file on LL even if you don't plan on using them. Other authors seemed to have corrected errors (specifically missing textures) as well.
       
      Hopefully this gets added to the original version as an update at sometime in the future.
       
      I started rebuilding Fallout New Vegas after years away and I wanted MyClothCollection by Alex3874 as a possible replacer for some of the in game clothes. I remember a lot of problems in the file from the original and I wrote the author at the time with a fairly detailed correction list. Some of the problems may have been corrected but I found several are still present in the latest version I could find.
       
      (Please note I am using the T6M conversion for the original. If you look at all the different conversion files on LL you will see different textures being added. My edit only covers what I couldn't find in the other files.)
       
      Changes;
       
      ESP
      In the Esp I redirected the coolhair51.nif to the proper file path.
       
       
       
      TEXTURES
      Character- I added 2 body texture sets that where missing that the esp called for in game. This may be due to a download problem but it happened twice so I added them as a simple precaution.
       
      Bikini- The American flag was backwards in my game.
       
      Gantz- I added a left glove texture. See Mesh for reason.
       
      Loxis clothes- The textures in zxdong seemed to be place markers. (Solid colors that made little sense.) I found what I think are the actual dds files and placed them accordingly.
       
      Mantrapbear- The collar texture was pulling from a texture that was ok but miniture belt buckles and gaps were showing so I made a modified version.
       
      Nida Schuuetlich- Textures missing. Pulled original from Nexus Mods.
       
      Trooper Outfit- Boot texture missing. Copied a replacement from a exact duplicate boot texture already in the file.
       
      Yes Mistress- LeatherCatsuit missing. Copied a replacement from a generic leather texture already in the file.
       
      MESHES
      Characters- Coolhair51.nif was pointing at wrong texture paths.
       
      Trooper Outfit- In both Type3BB Clothes All and Falloutgamecloths every nif texture path points at "OUTFTI" instead of "OUTFIT". Corrected in both sets.
       
      Bikinni armor- Corrected texture paths for necklace.
       
      FO3-Oblivion- Conversions for Type3- Corrected texture path on right hip charm.
       
      Gantz- The nif file for the left glove seemed to be missing the object. I downloaded the original from nexus and another site. All are missing the object. (I don't know if this is on purpose.) I found a similar glove in the file and used the original texture to match the right glove. It's better than nothing but not great.
       
      Ladoutfit- Corrected texture path for the _n.dds path.
       
      Mantrapbear- This mesh now points to the collar texture I made.
       
      Yes Mistress Lux edition- Corrected texture paths.
       

      Hopefully this gets added to the original version as an update at sometime in the future.

      306 downloads

      Updated

    15. Commander Shepard Companion

      Commander Shepard from the Mass effect series as you own intergalactic follower.


       
       
       
       
       
       
       

      Commander Shepard is located in Goodsprings, she has the complete companion set up including:


       
       
       

      • Companion Wheel



      • Dialogue for all options



      • Fully function lip



      • Idle chatter



      • Custom Perk



      • Combat dialogue



      • and more to come in the future...


       
       
       

      Note: Fixed random Shepard voice


       

      Example video:






      889 downloads

      Updated

    16. O'Connor

      I know i was silent for a long time about this companion, but i actually have made a lot progress and would love for all to see! Unfortunately though, this companion will not be continued due to all my files somehow being deleted (which means Ive lost all progress) and life has gotten in the way!

      If anyone wants to use this companion and do something (i have no idea what you could actually do with him) with him, be my guest as long as i am credited for the original creation! Thank you!


      This is a fully voiced companion for Fallout New Vegas, he can be found at the 188 Trading Post. Please note (Nothing is final) the voice actor and the companion will change in the future.

      Bugs!
      Not teleporting to the lucky 38 when told to get lost but walking instead!
      Not switching to melee when prompted!
      Inventory wont open sometimes!
      ...there are probably more bugs, but i haven't even done any testing in a awhile so i wouldn't know!

      53 downloads

      Updated

    17. FEEL - Facial Expression Editor (Limited *pfft*) [FONV]

      - UPDATE -
       
      09/04/2017
      V.4 - Added a correction on the code during the initialization.
       
      23/03/2017
      V.3 - REQUISITES CHANGED, check description. Introduced new check version with JIP and corrected small typo on player selection with R
       
      27/02/2017
      V.2 - Added a full reset. Now when you press DEL to reset the values, it should also reset your face.
       
      - DESCRIPTION -
      An in-game facial expression editor, if you used something like that in Skyrim then you're already used to it.
       
      You open an Edit mode, it goes in TFC (Fly cam), an UI with the list of phonemes appears on the screen, you choose a phoneme, you choose a value, you apply it, your character's face will change.
       
      So why "limited"? because after a while that you are using it, you probably will start wondering "what if..." "can you..." - well, the answer is 99% of times No. Just because what was viable was already made. And I'll add, "unfortunately", because it could have given a lot of pretty opportunities. However, while I can't change the game engine's behaviours, I can still change the "mechanics", the way I wrote the editor, if it helps the user's experience, so please drop me a line with a feedback if you have an idea to share.
       
      - KEYBIND -
      All the keys can be changed via MCM. Here's the default ones:
      I - Enters / Exits the Edit mode, to edit the facial expression. It also calls the TFC (flycam) if you're not on it.
      Up / Down arrow - browses through the list of the phonemes
      Left / Right arrow - decreases / increases the value of the highlighted phoneme
      Left Shift - Hold it to speed up the previous actions
      Return (the main one, not the one on the numpad) - Applies the highlighted value
      Del - Zeroes all the values (which doesn't mean it resets your facial expression v.2 should reset the face too)
      Page Up - Changes category / page .There are 3 categories: phonemes, modifiers, expressions
      Numpad numbers 1-6 - They allow to store a preset. To STORE a new preset, you must HOLD the key for a couple of seconds, until you hear a sound and a message on top right of the screen will warn you. To LOAD a preset, you must TAP the key and you'll hear a different sound, and a message on top right of the screen will warn you.
      R - cycles through the targets in the list (see later). The selected npc will have a blue cloud on it for a couple of seconds.
       
      - USAGE -
      I will describe the usage with an example, so you can understand part of the limits by yourself.
      - I press "I" and I go in edit mode, to change the player's expression.
      - I put my freecam in front of the face, I modify the Aah phoneme value, I press Return to apply it.
      - I don't like it, so I increase that value, I press again Return to apply it.
      - I move on another phoneme, i.e. Big Aah, I select a value, I press Enter to apply it.
      - Now I want to see how the Big Aah would show without the Aah, so I go back on the Aah, I select a zero value, I press Return to apply it.
      - I proceed in this way until I find a good expression, then I HOLD the Numpad 1 for a couple of seconds, until I hear the sound and the message tells me that it's stored.
      - Now I want to make a new expression, I press Del to zero all the values, BUT FIRST I memorize which ones I changed, i.e. Aah, Big Aah and Ooh, because I will have to go over them one by one and apply the zero pressing Return and since v.2 this should also reset my facial expression.
      ...
      - Now I stored some expressions. I prepare myself to make a screenshot, I load back the first stored expression TAPPING Numpad 1, the sound effect and the message on top right will tell me that it's loaded, but the face won't be changed - to do that, I will have to browse through every single modified phoneme and press Return to apply them.
       
      - TARGETING -
      If you simply press I, you'll go in Edit mode and the player will be the only target.
      If you press I while having a NPC on your crosshair, you'll go in Edit mode with both the player and that npc as viable targets.
      If you press I and you are using Sexout, it will load Sexout's targets (actor A, B and C) in the list of viable targets - UNTESTED, please report issues.
       
      - PROBLEMS / LIMITS -
      - If you Apply two values too fast, the second one will reset the previous. The necessary time for the game engine to apply it, is about a second.
      - If you Apply many values too fast, even if only the last one will be applied, every command will still be queued and will need (number of operations x 1 second) seconds to end up the queue. Queue is persistent through saves, so don't think to trick it loading a save, you just need to wait
      - A facial expression is PERSISTENT THROUGH SAVES: if you have a open mouth, you'll have to close it. If you don't, and you simply load a previous game, you still will see the mouth open.
      - A facial expression is NOT PERSISTENT if you exit the game or go back to main menu. This also clues you something important - whatever you do, you can't do any real damage, don't be scared.
      - It shouldn't clash with any mods that use Special Idles, so it should be compatible with them (i.e. Sexout)
      - It should clash with FAFF and any other mods that introduce a reset of facial expressions inside an animgroup (i.e. I can think to... uhm... animated chems or something like that). If they give you troubles, remove the added animgroups (like, mtidle etc.)
      - There could be some cases where some specific expressions don't apply - you could need a different skeleton, let's talk about it.
      - My ARES doesn't morph Eee phoneme. Didn't inspect too much the reason.
       
      - REQUIREMENTS -
      - Last NVSE
      - JIP NVSE
      - MCM (optional but strongly recommended)
      - JIP UIO
       
      - INSTALLATION -
      Extract the content under Data and activate the plugin, or use your favourite mod manager.
       
      - PERMISSIONS -
      I guess it's a final version, you can do whatever you want with it, if it's non-commercial / doesn't involve money.
       
      - CREDITS -
      hlp for NVSE
      Pelinor for MCM
      Doctasax for uMCM
      JIP for UIO and JIP NVSE
      panthercom for testing

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    18. Small Animator [Fallout New Vegas]

      25 march 2017 - Uploaded a fast change so that now it requires JIP NVSE instead than Lutana. Clean save suggested. If you have troubles, please let me know.
       
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      Introduction
      ---------------
       
      This is like the... third or fourth animator I do. It's a tool I use often, and everytime I find they can be done better so I redo everything from scratch...
       
      However, this time I feel this is my Definitive Animator and probably the only one I'll update (especially if Lutana will have changes).
       
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      Description
      -------------
       
      In short, this mod gathers the animation files installed by other mods and allows to play them on the player or to some target. It is fully configurable via MCM. After being installed, it will be disabled by default, so it needs to be enabled via MCM, as the Welcome message will warn. Inside MCM, under OPTIONS, you can select I NEED HELP to gather few more infos about the mod, directly in game.
       
      To acquire a target, you need to point to an actor and TAP the Main Hotkey (Default I). If no actors are present, Player will be selected as target.
      HOLDING the Main Hotkey will call the Idle menu. The animations are chosen scrolling with W/S or mousewheel, then to confirm TAP Main Hotkey again or press left mouse button.
      Loop mode ON / OFF can be chosen with Grab (default Z)
       
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      Video
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      Gathering animations
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      By default, the mod will load only the animation files inside its subfolder "aSA":
      Data\meshes\characters\_male\idleanims\aSA
      I included a bunch of files in that folder, just to try the mod on the fly. They require a compatability skeleton.
       
      However it is possible to tell the mod to gather the other animation files on its own: on MCM, under OPTIONS, there's "Use all IdleAnims subfolders", after selecting this option it will be possible to choose which subfolders to include, choosing FOLDERS on the left menu
       
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      Requisites
      ------------
      NVSE 5beta2+
      JIP NVSE (old 1.3 was requiring Lutana)
      UIO
      MCM
      (Optional - but, in general, strongly suggested) - some compatible skeleton, like Deedes, Astymma or BodyMorph.
       
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      Default Keys
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      >>> IN GAME
      Main Hotkey (Default I) >>> TAP: acquire target; HOLD: open Idle Menu
      Reset Hotkey (Default O) >>> TAP: soft reset; HOLD: hard reset
      Trigger favorite animations: Numpad 1-9
       
      >>> IN IDLE MENU
      Forward / Backward or Mouse Wheel: scroll up / down (mousewheel is faster)
      Grab: Loop mode ON/OFF
      Confirm: Main Hotkey (Default I) or Left Mouse Button
      Bind favorite animations: Numpad 1-9
      Hard Reset: Reset Hotkey (O)
       
      >>> IN HUD CONFIGURATION
      Follow the infos on the screen
       
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      Q/A
      -----
       
      Q. An example of how to use it?
      - Download an animation mod (i.e. search POSE in some mod repository and you'll find a lot of them.
      - Extract the content as you usually would do, but don't activate the ESP since you don't need it.
      - Go in game, go in Small Animator MCM.
      - In the first sub-menu OPTIONS, choose "Use all IdleAnims subfolders"
      - In the third sub-menu FOLDERS, check that the pose mod's folder is checked (every folder should be checked by default, so in case un-check those you don't want to include)
      - Go back in game, keep I pressed and choose on the menu the pose you want to trigger. Enjoy!
      - Eventually, download more poses / animations and follow the same procedure.
       
      Q. Can the menus be more responsive?
      - Go in MCM - OPTIONS - SMOOTHNESS - Reduce that value
       
      Q. My computer's old!
      - Go in MCM - OPTIONS - SMOOTHNESS - Increase that value. The mod will be less smoother but will eat less resources.
       
      Q. I quitted MCM, a sign appeared on the screen "LOADING ANIMATIONS", it leasted some seconds, during this time I couldn't move, everything was freezed.
      - You probably loaded 5000 animation files in 200 subfolders, like me. Reduce them in the FOLDERS menu.
       
      Q. Why should I hold the button for so much time?
      - Why don't you reduce that time? MCM - OPTIONS - HOLD TIME - Reduce that value for your heart content
       
      Q. I'm trying to trigger a first person animation, but everytime it kicks me in third person!
      - MCM - OPTIONS - Uncheck FORCE 3RD PERSON
       
      Q. I don't like the position of the list / the fonts used..
      - MCM - OPTIONS - CONFIGURE HUD
       
      Q. I have DARNUI, I can't see the menu right!
      - MCM - OPTIONS - CONFIGURE HUD
       
      Q. It uses the same hotkey of <insert mod name>!
      - MCM - HOTKEYS - Configure them as you prefer
       
      Q. Why Enable / Disable?
      - If you don't use the mod, and you disable it, it will eat less resources
       
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      Credits
      --------------
       
      hlp - NVSE
      Luthien Anarion - Lutana
      JazzIsParis - UIO
      Pelinor - MCM
       
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      For modders
      --------------
       
      A possible way to force hide the hud (but not block the mod) is BuildREF xx002D73 and Call it passing 1 as parameter. Passing 0 it will come back to normality.

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    19. Hairs - Races Auto - Patcher [FONV]

      24/03/2017 - Added JIP NVSE version.
       
      Description
      Everytime you install custom hairs or custom eyes, if you want them to be used in your favourite custom race you must open the GECK and add them in the list - basically you must patch them manually.
       
      This small script does it for you, everytime you load the game.
       
      You'll be able to load any hairstyle and eyes, and it will spread it on any race you have installed. IIl will execute when you load the game, when you'll arrive in the main menu - the game will freeze when loading the arrays, and when it has finished it will show you a message box. NOTE: if you'll open the console at this point, you'll be able to see how many eyes / hairs were added to records.
      If you have slowdowns / freezes after the message box, they're not caused by this mod. How much time it will take? it varies by some factors. It makes many operations, it can make *some thousand* operations. I tried with ARES + Mojave Delight + Mojave Delighted + Mikoto, it took about 4 seconds to load everything. Considering how big Mikoto is, it was a very fine result for me. If your loading times are too high, then consider to reduce the number of races / hairs or not use this small mod.
       
      The mod also provides you an item under Apparel, named [Mirror-Hairs ] and [Mirror-Eyes]. f you click on them, it will close the pipboy and after 1-2 seconds it will open the barber menu for hairs and the plastic surgeon menu for eyes, so you'll be able to change your hairstyle.
       
      Requisites
      - NVSE 5+
      - JIP NVSE
       
      Installation
      Drop the ESP under Data and activate it. To uninstall, simply remove it and make a clean save.
       
      Issues and Conflicts
      Sincerely, I can't think to any possible downsides right now. Let me know if you'll have issues posting your experience on the thread.
       
      For hairs, maybe you could have some improper hairstyles if you play with child races, it's not made for child races. If you find any issues please use the thread to warn me.
       
      A note about eyes: there are some mods that introduce a new kind of eye, with a different UV. Basically, its texture can't be adapted over a vanilla eye and vice-versa. Translated in practical terms, it means that since this mod knows nothing about which model you install and it only merges them all together, you'll find yourself with some eyes that look well and some other eyes that have obviously a wrong texture over them. You can't do anything about it. To use a fantasy comparison, it's like if you install UNP body on Skyrim and then you want to use CBBE textures over it.
       
      Update: there are essentially a couple of issues I managed to find during further tests.
       
      - One is well known since always, you can read about it on some race pages too (i.e. Mojave Delight if I remember well). It is about the fact that under some circumstances you can't change eyes and hairs together. If you want to change eyes, you should first choose some vanilla hair and then change eyes and then change hair back to your custom model. I say "under some circumstances" because for Mojave Delight and its eyes / hairs it always happened to me, but on other races it doesn't, so I still can't say what's the real cause.
       
      - The second is a lil more strange. It's still about eyes, they cause me random freezes if I change them on the fly in game. As it is, it seems game engine related, and it depends by the kind of custom race I'm using. For example, with vanilla race and custom eyes + hairs I didnt' have problems, while on ARES I had it often.
       
      This, for me, means that you probably will be able to use every hair and eye you want (but keep in mind the point number One for some races) during the character creation, but changing them later could lead to problems, so save your game before changing something to avoid to loose where you arrived, because of the freeze. This also means that you probably could avoid further freezes if you swap race, but it causes other downsides, in every Bethesda game changing race resets things like attributes / skills etc.
       
      TL;DR THERE SHOULDN'T BE ISSUES DURING CHARACTER'S CREATION, BUT THERE COULD BE SOME IF CHANGING THE ASPECT LATER. I'LL LEAVE THE TWO MIRRORS ON THE PLAYER'S INVENTORY, BUT BEFORE SWAPPING YOUR ASPECT ON THE FLY (mainly eyes), PLEASE MAKE A SAVE FIRST.
       
      Also, it could be that some mods like NVAC or some specific tweaks / settings could reduce or avoid this issue, it could be nice to make further tests with these.
       
      Credits
      hlp for NVSE 4+
      JazzIsParis for JIP NVSE
      Luthien Anarion for Lutana
      raschau on Nexus for the idea of adding eyes
       
      Permissions
      My general rule on permissions - you can do whatever you want but not for commercial use; if it's marked as Beta/WIP, then do not use it, it's better if you contact me and we cooperate; if you use something from my mods, some credit would be nice, but if you can please inherit the permissions, so that others will be able to use your mod too, mods deserve to be spreaded.

      913 downloads

      Updated

    20. Bribe The NCR To Reduce Infamy

      This is a very simple mod, but I thought someone might like it.
       
      When you have high infamy with the NCR, you get the rangers threatening you and warning you have 3 days to improve your reputation or they are bringing you death.
       
      It can be quite difficult to improve your reputation, especially if you have already done a lot of NCR quests, and lore wise, the NCR has plenty of corrupt politicians and brahmin barons exploiting the system. You can't bribe the rangers, they're too clean, but you can go to the Mojave Outpost and talk to Major Knight, who is authorised to sell treasury bonds which is essentially bribing the official justice system. They don't give you fame, but for every 1000 caps you spend, it reduces your infamy by 4%.
       
      Requirements
       
      NVSE v4.2 or later
       
      Why does it require NVSE at all? No good reason, purely to force anyone still using V2 to upgrade, since I feel that having most people still using old versions holds the modding community back
       

      (The screenshot is just to make the page more interesting, its actually from a dream in Another Kick in the Head)

      402 downloads

      Updated

    21. FONV Seamless Vanilla Males

      This is to make the neck and wrist seams in FONV disappear.
       
      IMPORTANT
      This will only work if you have the default head with no headmesh replacers like FCO installed. This will only work if you don't have any texture replacers installed and only for human races, ie) caucasian, asian, hispanic, african OR you could download Kendo2's Breeze Male REDUX. and get the human, raider and ghoul textures. Only the textures, not the meshes. This will get raiders and ghouls working too and has the added benefit of better human textures than vanilla.

       

      Installation
      Just drop the files in the correct folder. If you want to get raiders and ghouls working, install Kendo2's textures, and then overwrite them with the FONV Vanilla Wrists files.

       

      Permissions
      Do whatev u want with it!

      360 downloads

      Updated

    22. Writable Logbook [Fallout NV]

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      Update
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      NOTE on update: if you come from a previous version (especially <2.7), you could experience strange behaviours, a clean save would be necessary.
      v5.1 - Corrected an issue where a customized UI aspect could have been resetted during initialization; some slight script changes.
      V5 - Adds the possibility to use the logbook with alternative starts (i.e. Project Brazil, DUST). Automatically corrects the data, whatever the modder decided.
      V4.0 UPDATE
      IT STILL REQUIRES THE MAIN FILE (v.3) TO BE INSTALLED BEFORE IT! This is just an incremental update.
      - Groovatron compatibility granted
      - For modders: as per request, now 2 events are dispatching
      --- aLBOpenLogbook
      --- aLBCloseLogbook
      - Solved a small issue preventing TTW users who updated NV to receive their logbook
      V3.0
      Since ENB users can have problems in erasing characters with Backspace, I added the left arrow to erase the last character you are editing.
      Uploaded another interface file, the previous one was wrong. Not a big deal, however it was not the one intended and it was different from the pics)
      V2.9
      Added hotkey to open the LogBook without opening the pipboy (configurable via MCM - Default L)
      V.2.8
      Patched for TTW, now it shouldn't be possible to cause issues forcing the logbook to appear in inventory. It will be added after the quest Escape! in DC
      V.2.71
      Re-packaged the folders, I did a typo in the folder name, probably preventing a mod manager to install it correctly
      V.2.7
      Corrected critical issue mainly for non-Lutana users
      V.2.5
      I changed idea, I did a new version.
      - Added options to custom the UI, inside MCM, along with some pre-made themes. People using a custom UI graphic (i.e. Darn UI) should hopefully now be able to adapt the interface to their needs. If then a Darn UI user will send me the parameters to set MCM, I'll add it as pre-made theme for Darn UI.
      - Switched the day time back of 5 days (thank you RogueMage)
      - Added an initialization quest: now it will start after the first tutorial quest inside doc mitchell's house.
       
      V.2
      - Corrected little script things
      - Corrected a major issue where the logbook was erased everytime you were quitting and then playing again
      - AnT is in the safe list now
      - Introduced possibility to save the logbook on a file (Thank you Luthien)
       
      v.2 is probably the last stable version before removing the state of Beta.
      The optional requirement of Lutana was changed from v10 to v11 (updated around 26-27th february, check Lutana's page)
      This allowed me to introduce a new function in MCM that will save the LogBook inside a file. The file will be in Data\Config\LogBook, and it will be named with the name of your character. So basically you can have more logbooks if you play with more characters at the same time.
      What the save will do:
      > It will create the file if it doesn't exist. It will overwrite the existing entries
      What the save won't do:
      > If you save the file, then you manually erase a line using R and then you save again, you won't see the difference. This because the save is not differential, it will only store new values but not erased values. So, if you erased many lines and you want to update your logbook file, simply erase it and create a new one in game using the MCM option.
       
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      Description
      ------------------
       
      A writable Logbook for New Vegas made by Odessa and me. It will be automatically added to your inventory once you finish the first quest "Ain't that a kick in the head) in NV, or "Escape!" in TTW. You will find it under Apparel, like armors and outfits. Once you'll click on it, you will be kicked out from pipboy and after an instant it will open. From v.5, it is possible to have a LogBook via MCM, to grant compatibility with those using mods like Project Brazil or Dust.
       
      At start you will have only the cover, you will have to add a new page entry pressing the key N. The new page will contain the actual date, expressed as "number of days since you started the game", like a logbook. You can add a new page only once a day.
       
      You can browse along the pages using the four arrows or using WASD (NOTE: direct code, not controls)
       
      You can edit a page browsing over it and then pressing E: at that point, you will enter in EDIT mode, a green line will highlight the line you can edit. To edit the highlighted line, you can press <Enter>, a cursor will appear on the line and you will be able to write. <Enter> again will confirm your sentence. To quit EDIT mode you will press E again. You can press R to remove a line, except for the very first entry (the one named "NOTHING SO FAR" when you create a new page). You can add a new line pressing N, the line will be added just under the point where you actually are (the green hightlight line). If you press down arrow over the last line, you will automatically add a new line at the end (exactly as if you were pressing N and you were in the last position).
       
      To exit the logbook you must press Q in GameMode and ESC in MenuMode.
       
      NOTE: the keys could seem a lil hard to remember, but they are all written as description near the logbook, when you open it, so you can't make mistakes.
       
      -----------------------------------------
      GameMode vs MenuMode
      -----------------------------------------
       
      GameMode is "realtime", the game doesn't stop. It's more realistic, it will show an animation of your character pinching on the pipboy. If you are using a pipboy replacer / remover, it still shouldn't be that bad.
      Since you can be attacked, there's a safe script that will kick you out from the logbook if a creature is near you
      GameMode requires Lutana and it's a lil more script intensive.
       
      MenuMode is paused game, just like when you open your pipboy or you talk with someone or you sleep. No animations will be triggered nor you can't be attacked. However, in any case you won't be able to open the logbook if are already in combat or an enemy is near.
      MenuMode doesn't require Lutana and it's a lil less script intensive.
       
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      MCM
      --------
      MCM is not mandatory, however it would make easier choosing the few extra options
      1) Debug mode: flag it to check the console spam and understand something more when there are problems.
      2) I've lost my logbook: will give you another logbook if you have lost yours (because it's not considered quest item so you can drop it in a container)
      3) MenuMode: if flagged, will select MenuMode; if unflagged, will select GameMode. If Lutana is not installed, you won't be able to unflag it.
      4) AZERTY bug: this is just for those lucky ones using QWERTY but Beth was really thinking they were using AZERTY
       
      Manual enabling options via console:
      1) Set "xx000AE0".bDebug to 1
      2) Player.AddItem xx000ADD 1
      3) Set "xx000AE0".bLogMode to 1 >>> *** SEE NOTE BELOW!
      4) Set "xx000AE0".iKeyb to 1
       
      *** NOTE: setting to 1 means enabling MenuMode. DO NOT FORCE THIS VALUE TO ZERO IF YOU DON'T HAVE LUTANA!
       
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      Requirements
      ----------------------
      - NVSE v4.5+
      - JazzIsParis UIO
      - MCM (Optional)
      - Lutana (Optional) v11+.
      - 45+ fps (Optional). More it's lower and less it's smooth when you write.
       
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      Installation
      ------------------
       
      Install the requirements and then use your favourite mod manager to install this package, or unzip the content inside Data as always.
      If you are updating, please do a clean save.
       
      NOTE for DARNUI users, or whatever custom UI you are using: you can custom the UI alignment using the MCM options, I included a picture that shows the parameters. It's not super easy but if you can manage to make some template for Darn UI I will include them as standard templates in a future update
       
      ------------------------------------------------
      Known Issues and extra notes
      ------------------------------------------------
       
      Until it's Beta, Debug Mode will be enabled by default. Can be disabled via MCM or console.
      Darn UI will probably have a misplacement on the strings, due to the different size. I'll be happy to make a patch if some Darn UI user will drop me a line and will have small patience to send me a screenshot and try the patch.
       
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      Permission
      ------------------
       
      This mod can be considered free for non-commercial use only - please credit the deserving, when deserved - Any mod that contains any assets from this mod MUST SHARE the SAME policies. There are NO exceptions for this: if you don't like this rule, don't use this mod or any of its assets. Instead, if you can stand to my will and you understand that my main purpose is mods diffusion, feel free to do whatever you want with this mod and PM me if you need some help, I'll be glad to help you.
       
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      Credits
      -----------
       
      Odessa
      Jaam, Luthien, JazzIsParis
      Prideslayer and Doctasax
       
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      Video example in game
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    23. Weapons Hot Keys [FONV]

      Description
      Yesterday I've installed the last Lutana, and this small script is the result. I wanted it since a long time, and I loved to share it.
       
      This mod has 2 purposes:
      1) Automatically store and restore the weapon hotkeys when you enter / exit casinos
      2) Allow to store / restore on the fly 3 different presets for the weapon hotkeys
       
      The first one is done automatically, all you can do is deactivate it via MCM if you don't want it. The three places where this automatic script fires are the Ultra Lux, the Gomorrah and the Tops. I can easily add more places if it's necessary.
       
      The second one is done manually. It -is- very simple, but I have some hard time to explain it right now. Later in the description I'll do a practical example, which is how I use it in game.
       
      Requisites
      MANDATORY: NVSE 5+
      MANDATORY: Lutana 16 (march 2016) - new versions could not work
      OPTIONAL: UIO
      OPTIONAL: MCM
       
      However, the optionals are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. Without them, weird things can happen, like cows with 2 heads roaming Mojave etc.
       
      Installation
      Drop everything under your \Data, as usual, or use a Mod Manager that is so kind to do it for you. But it must do it diligently and in a correct way of course.
       
      Uninstallation
      Remove the files and make a clean save, traces of the mod will be removed automatically.
       
      Initial recommendations
      This is not mandatory, but it's still a nice thing to do for scripted mods.
      Before installing, go inside a calm interior and save your game, then install the mod, then reload that save and wait few seconds: the mod will make its own initial settings and if no bad things happen then you're ready to go.
       
      Regarding this specific mod: at first, I suggest to go on MCM and make your own initial setup - decide if you need both the features, or unflag what you don't use (it reduces script workload). Then, unflag Debug if it's flagged and you don't have issues. Then, if you decide to use the preset hotkeys, configure the hud position with its option. Also, define how many seconds the menu must stick on the screen. Last, decide what keys bind to the 3 presets if you don't like the default ones (NumPad 1, 2 and 3)
       
      How to use it
      To STORE the hotkeys on a preset, HOLD the preset hotkey for a couple of seconds, until you'll hear a beep sound.
      To SEE what you stored on a certain preset, TAP the preset hotkey: a menu will appear on the screen, showing the keys and the weapons. The menu will close on its own after few seconds (the Menu Time parameter on MCM).
      To RESTORE the hotkeys on a preset, TAP the preset hotkey WHILE the menu is open. Or if the menu is not open, simply TAP-TAP (double tap) the preset hotkey. You then will hear a beep sound (even if slightly different from the store sound)
       
      What you CAN'T do:
      TAP a preset hotkey to check what you stored on a certain preset, and THEN HOLD that preset hotkey because you assume that it will replace it with your current setup. No, you can't, if you do that you won't STORE but will RESTORE instead. So, after that you checked the menu, wait few seconds that it will go away and THEN HOLD the preset key to STORE your current setup.
       
      Practical in-game example (how I usually use it)
      - I set some weapons on the hotkeys. Generally I reserve 1 for melee, 3 for shotgun, 4 for automatic, 5 for rockets, 6 for nades, 7 and 8 are extra
      - I then STORE it on the first hotkey (default Numpad 1). To do that, HOLD the Numpad 1 for a couple of seconds, until you hear a *beep* sound
      - After that, I open again the pipboy and I go under Apparel. I store some outfits on the hotkeys, i.e. a combat set and a "sunday clothes" set, you know, for roleplay when you walk on the Strip...
      - Then I STORE it on the second hotkey (default Numpad 2), HOLDING the Numpad 2 for a couple of seconds, till the *beep* sound.
      - Last, I open pipboy and set some drugs / stimpaks on the hotkeys, i.e. 1 for stimpaks, 3 for psycho, 4 for jet, etc.
      - Then I STORE it on the third and last hotkey (Default Numpad 3), HOLDNG the Numpad 3 for a couple of seconds, till the *beep* sound.
       
      Now, in game, everytime I need to switch weapons, I'll have to recall the Preset 1. To do that, I'll TAP-TAP (double tap) the Numpad 1. Then, if I go to the Strip, I'll change my outfit so I'll TAP - TAP Num Pad 2 and then I'll choose the hotkeys for some classy outfit. Then, if I'm fighting and I'm hit, I'll TAP - TAP Numpad 3 and then I'll press 1 to inject myself a stimpak.
       
      Possible issues
      - The mod doesn't work
      It's pretty generic... however, in order:
      1) Check if you really have the requisites installed and working
      2) Check if the files are in the correct folders
      3) Please report your experience on the thread, possibly checking the console messages after you enabled Debug on MCM
       
      - The mod doesn't store / restore some items, sometimes, randomly
      During my tests, it never happened to me. However, if it will ever happen, I won't be able to do anything because it all relies on some miracle made by some function, and not by me.
       
      - Conflicts?
      Mmmh, nothing I could think about. Pretty hard that it could conflict, no vanilla ID were touched.
       
      - DarnUI et similia?
      On MCM, you can change the aspect of the hud, the ratio, the fonts etc. So if the default hud is not nice, you can configure it in game as you prefer.
       
      - Gamepad?
      90 % of the mod uses "controls" and not "keys", so if you can bind the 3 presets hotkeys on some gamepad button, I think you're ok.
       
      Credits
      hlp for NVSE
      Luthien Anarion for Lutana
      JazzIsParis for UIO
      Pelinor for MCM
       
      Permissions
      My general rule on permissions - you can do whatever you want but not for commercial use; if it's marked as Beta/WIP, then do not use it, it's better if you contact me and we cooperate; if you use something from my mods, some credit would be nice, but if you can please inherit the permissions, so that others will be able to use your mod too, mods deserve to be spreaded.

      125 downloads

      Updated

    24. Stamina [FONV]

      - 03/06/2016: CRITICAL UPDATE - v2.5 is up; added safecrack to manually force PN values after uninstall if something goes wrong
      - 28/5/2016: CRITICAL UPDATE - v2.4 is up
       
      Description
      A mod that introduces a stamina / fatigue bar in the game, with its own hud on the screen, fully configurable via MCM. You'll get tired while doing normal actions, like run, sprint (if PN is installed, instead than using APs), swimming, grabbing items, wearing heavy armors or heavy weapons, shooting (because of recoil) etc. etc.
      Can be used by other mods, no need to be a requisite.
      Compatible with Project Nevada Sprint
       
      Fast start
      - Load the game, wait few seconds, then go on MCM and activate the mod under GENERAL(picture)
      - Go under ADVANCED and choose IMPORT (picture)
      - Whatever list of files you'll find, select ANICE.INI and load it (picture)
      - Go on MCM, under PLUGINS, check that everything is alright (picture)
      - Under ADVANCED, check that DEBUG is NOT selected (picture)
      - Play! Play!
       
      Purpose
      I had two main purposes. One was trying to introduce some mechanics that were allowing me to differentiate more the character's builds, because in my game I wasn't feeling enough differencies between a trained / strong character and an untrained / weak-but-smart character (leading to high INT as an easy choice and a better deal). The second was coming from Skyrim, and how I'm completely in love for my gameplay there (mainly based on Requiem), so I'd love to bring some of its features on NV, introducing few extra features concerning realism and immershun.
      Actually, I still make tweaks and add features, so I don't expect that everything is perfect and smooth.
      Here's an ingame test of v2.1 (the previous one), with old options based on Anice template:
       

       
      (The bar's on top right, the first one is not much visible at low resolutions when the sun is shining and I turn my ENB off to grab videos)
       
      MCM
      The mod's prenty configurable, there's many options in MCM to tweak better the game experience.
       
      - GENERAL
      General aspect and basic options.
      Picture
       
      - OPTIONS
      It contains the parameters (consuption) used by the formulas in the scripts, for the interaction between the environment and the stamina bar.
      Picture
       
      - ADVANCED
      This section contains advanced tweaking. Some of these parameters shouldn't be touched if you don't really know what you are doing.
      Picture
       
      - PLUGINS
      This section shows relationships with external plugins
      Picture
       
      Install / Uninstall
      Install requisites:
       
      - Latest NVSE (mandatory)
      - MCM (mandatory)
      - JIP UIO (mandatory)
      - JIP NVSE (strongly recommended)
      - Lutana.
       
      Then install the mod, check under PLUGINS if everything is fine, eventually check console to see if there are issues.
       
      To make a cleaner uninstall, go under ADVANCED, then click the option UNINSTALL. Follow instructions on the screen, save, quit, uninstall, reload that save, make a new save.
      v2.5 - I introduced a safecrack to prevent that Project Nevada AP draining isn't restored after the uninstall.
      To manually force its value, open console and write PLAYER.CIOS xx00FC2D, where xx is the number of the stamina mod in the load order.
      That ID is also written in MCM (under Plugins), if Debug mode is active. Also described during the uninstall.
       
      Updates
      Due to the scripted nature of the mod, I strongly suggest a clean save everytime there's an update. Since most of the options can be exported, it shouldn't be too much a chore.
       
      Interactions
      - You can import / export your personal settings (templates).
      Templates are located on Data\Config\Stamina. To create a new template, simply copy paste one of these and rename it.
      Ten files is the max that will be loaded, in alphabetical order.
       
      - You can use a custom bar without making a replacer. Put 2 files (a foreground and a background) inside the proper folder, located in
      Data\Textures\interface\Stamina.
      The files must be named with a specific prefix, see Picture. Size is 320x40.
      Ten files is the max that will be loaded, in alphabetical order.
      The fish bar I included is more like a joke.
       
      - For modders:
      A small example ESP is included in the download section.
      A bunch of infos in this TXT
       
      Credits and Permissions
       
      hlp for NVSE
      JIP for JIP NVSE and UIO
      Luthien Anarion for Lutuna
      Pelinor for MCM
      Adam, TommInfinite, CK for testing
      The two wondrous Daytunas' sisters of ARES, for being such kind testing scapegoats
       
      My general rule on permissions - you can do whatever you want but not for commercial use; if it's marked as Beta/WIP, then do not use it, it's
      better if you contact me and we cooperate; if you use something from my mods, some credit would be nice, but if you can please inherit the permissions, so that others will be able to use your mod too, mods deserve to be spreaded.
       
      May 2016: this mod is still updated by me

      240 downloads

      Updated

    25. Behaviours [FONV] - Idles, run, headtracking etc.

      16/07/2016 - Uploaded Beta 2.5 READ INSTRUCTIONS ON BOTTOM, PLEASE
       
      26/06/2016 - I manage to update a new version (2.4), this time on LL too
       
      SHORT DESCRIPTION
      This mod introduces some features for the character, all modular and singularly selectable via MCM. It started with idles, that was my main goal, then I added more features to handle better compatibility.
      The actual features as for V2 are:
      - Idles: activate and see the character animating when you're not doing anything
      - Variable speed run: allows to run faster / slower depending by the angle of your camera. At min value (looking in the direction of your feet), you will walk
      - Head-Tracking: passive behaviour of the character, sometimes it will turn the head looking at some npc - Experimental
      - Sitting: you can sit down wherever you want. Look down and hold Activate (default E)
       
      I'm working on this in parallel to the Staminamod, I'm focusing to make them work together and looking for some more realism and interactivity for my game. However it's important to know that I play in third person and this mod is designed with that in mind.
       
      There's NO GENDER RESTRICTION, because the idles are pretty much neutral, however you can untick on MCM those you don't like
       
      FAST START
      Install it, go on MCM, click Import (if you have Lutana) and load my default settings. Alternatively, activate the features that interest you and play.
       
      REQUIREMENTS
      - Latest NVSE, alwaysMANDATORY in my mods
      - MCMtoo, it is MANDATORY
      - UIOis OPTIONAL: with it, you'll be able to see the widget showing the run speed
      - Lutana is OPTIONAL: with it, you'll be able to save / restore your MCM settings (since there are many) and identify your skeleton
      - A compatible skeleton, like Deedes' The Skeleton or Astymma
      - Alternatively, Bodymorph / Sexout skeleton (any versions): it's the only skeleton that allows HxT (head-tracking)
      - This skeleton, also, is specific for this mod since v2.5
       
      Note: even if optional, these components are strongly recommended
       
      INCOMPATIBILITIES
      Behaviours will stop working when an animation is forced via script - this is a "feature" of the game engine. Anyway you can reset them sitting down. In short, scripted animations can still be viable, it all depends by the frequency you invoke them and if you're patient to reset after
       
      DETAILED DESCRIPTION
      Behaviours
      They are what I call "passive animations"
       
      - General Idles
      A list of idles that can be played by the character under certain conditions. They can be singularly selected / deselected on the specific MCM sub-menu GENERAL IDLES. Actually there are 20 different idles.
       
      - Primary Needs
      These work only if Hardcore Mode is activated. Actually there are 2 different idles, they will play for a lack of food, lack of sleep or dehydration. They tend to block the player for a couple of seconds.
       
      - On Hit Idles
      They play if the player is injuried on body parts, there's one or more animations per body part. Also, the player will cry from time to time if the health is low. As for Primary Needs, these are slightly more invasive than General Idles.
       
      - DN (Do Nothing)
      These idles are not written inside the MCM. They will play everytime that another idle is not playing. They are subtle movements, the character will turn the head on right, or *sighs*, or look at left... etc.etc.
      Actually there are 12 DN animations. The MCM option HIGH PRIORITY will allow DN animations to have twice the chances to be played - so General Idles will play half of the times
       
      - HxT (Head-Tracking)
      Head Tracking is not possible in Fallout, let's deal with it
      I'm tweaking it the best I can, but it's always a workaround so it's not perfect. The range of the head is +-70 degrees. The distance necessary to acquire a possible target can be defined in MCM (HxT MAX DISTANCE on MCM). The player will "forget" about a target after a certain time (HxT REM TIME on MCM). It requires this skeleton to work.
       
      There will be a cyclical attempt to play every kind of animation, every (x) seconds, where x is a random number between the 2 values MIN DELAY TIME and MAX DELAY TIME defined on MCM.
      The way the character chooses animations depends by some factors and by a certain priority I gave inside the mod.
       


      https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3LZT60RR7SXRVFkemVVUU81MkU/view?usp=sharing

      Actions
      In the current version there are only 2 actions, I count (and hope) to increase them in the future. The problem with actions is that not everything can be scripted because many things can screw the Behaviours, and I wouldn't like that.
       

      - Running
      You can change the speed of your run, based by the X axis of the camera. Basically, if you look your feet (MCM option MAX ANGLE) you'll go slower and if you'll look the horizon (MCM option MIN ANGLE) you'll go faster. When your speed is at minimum, you'll start walking. If you have UIO installed, you can enable a small widget to show your actual run speed.
       
      - Sitting down
      Look at your feet, hold Activate (default E) for a couple of seconds, a red X will appear where you're going to sit and then you'll sit down. Simple as that. How much inclination the camera must have? How much you must look at your feet? MAX ANGLE, the angle defined under Running, even if you don't use that option. How much time you must hold E? it can be defined by the MCM option HOLD TIME.
       
      FUTURE PLANS
      - More animations
      - Based by how it will go the next version of NVSE, I'd love to add a custom sprint
      - Events (animations based by the surroundings)
       
      CREDITS
      hlp for NVSE
      JIP for JIP NVSE and UIO
      Luthien Anarion for Lutana
      Pelinor for MCM
      Nickolos1818for testing
      Hitman for the roll animation
      Xilandro for the lean concept and parameters
       
      PERMISSIONS
      My general rule on permissions - you can do whatever you want but not for commercial use; if it's marked as Beta/WIP, then do not use it, it's better if you contact me and we cooperate; if you use something from my mods, some credit would be nice, but if you can please inherit the permissions, so that others will be able to use your mod too, mods deserve to be spreaded.
      Included assets can be used only in New Vegas
       
      June 2016: this mod is still updated by me
       

       
      BETA 2.5
      List of changes:
      > The speed bar widget now will fade out when not used
      > Introduced hotkey to enable / disable progressive run, as per request
      > First person Lean - you can poke your head out and shoot enemies while staying behind a wall. REQUIRES THIS SKELETON
      > Third person Roll - when standing (not walking / running), you can roll left or right to avoid bullets. On MCM you can select how much DT buff you receive from rolling
      Both these new functions are bound by default to Q and E keys, you can change them on MCM. Note that Q on vanilla is the key for autorun, so if you want to keep that key you should rebind.
       
      This is classified as Beta because it will be completed with the next version of NVSE and Lutana
      It changes some important scripts, so it would be better to make a clean save
      It is a replacer for some animgroups - be careful to what it overwrites, do not hesitate to ask for help if something's not clear

      2,230 downloads

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