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  1. I'd go with both, just in case there ends up being a lot of downloads.
  2. Vortex installs mods the same way as Nexus Mod Manager, which means that when you want to install a mod update, you have to re-install pretty much all of them in the same order again. Take the time, learn MO2, it does a far better job and is far less likely to have things break when updating mods.
  3. For better alt-tabbing try this: https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/40706
  4. Definitely still not working right. As shown by MadMansGun's list, enable "Gender specific animations" and "Skeleton Arm fix". With FNIS, have you installed it as you would any other mod in Mod Organiser? And launched the .exe through MO in the same manner you would run Skyrim? Eg: This is the best example I can currently give of the location to load it from, as I haven't set MO back up yet after re-installing Windows: BTW, how exactly are you triggering the animations? Is it through matchmaker?
  5. Perhaps remove it and go to the latest version of FNIS (7.6). 6.3 is a bit old...
  6. I'll just keep on making my "patched" (read copied skeleton) versions, while waiting on ABC to be updated.
  7. These commands without SAE? They are from the later mod SAM: https://vectorplexus.com/topic/587-controlling-erection/ It's the closest I can find to commands for SOS.
  8. You can change their arousal in sexlab aroused, under puppet (press N first when looking at an NPC).
  9. This it? https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/54028/ Edit: There were also additional mods for mounts and encounters https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/68832/? https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/67204/?
  10. Just had an idea while re-doing my Skyrim install...I know that Kobolds were counted out a while ago, however they would make an excellent replacement for Reiklings.
  11. This is probably why you've gotten that response...just saying:
  12. The first I can remember playing was Dangerous Dave, on my Mum's old 386 (still have the original diskette, and the motherboard from that machine). It was either that or Dark Ages (which can't run on machines over 200MHz).
  13. I'm dreading having to do that. My install has long gone past where the exact same setup would crash on my newer desktop...which probably means that something will go up in flames at any time.
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