Fallout 4 patch 1.10.26 - Free Download
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Sharing copyrighted files is not. That is piracy, and you will be banned for it. What I feel the most is for the guys that make f4se, what a pain in the ass.
As far as i know even if you turn autoupdates off, steam still tries to update the game when you try to start it. Stupid question - If you run the game this way, does Steam still recognize that the game is being run for the purpose of earning achievements, taking screenshots, etc?
I'd simply test it out, but my game updated when I wasn't looking, and I don't want to go through the trouble of backtracking when F4SE is likely to be updated very soon. I like people that know how to use systems instead of whining incessantly about things they don't understand.
I've added my F4SE. I only launch that one, or through Nexus Mod Manager. Auto-updating is off changed that after last update dropped , my version should stay the same now.
I'm probably gonne wait with updating, even after the F4SE team releases the new version. Skip a few until they add something I actually have an interest in. I installed the game from steam before update 1. I don't care about achievements or social networks, I just play single player games. If you set it to not auto update and then launch the game using se or in offline mode, it doesn't update. Go into offline mode in Steam.
This is pretty much the only option here. Contrary to popular belief adding content to the creation club doesn't require a new version. The new version is fixing a bunch of bugs from the initial release. The new version prevents the creation club from downloading stuff you haven't even bought automagically into your installation.
There's a mod for that. Maybe if the F4SE guys would remove their useless "version check" which is literally just an anti-piracy measure, they wouldn't have to update it every time. The fault is entirely on them. The version check is for compatibility so that s of children don't come whining to them for an explanation why their saves are corrupted. How would it ever stop piracy? There's nothing anti piracy about it. It's not even a crack in the road against piracy. With this update the new content that drops won't be downloaded unless you buy it.
That still doesn't fix paid mods breaking all F4SE dependent mods on every single content update. They added shitty Doom armor, some Chrome paint for power armor and broke over a dozen mods in just my setup. All thanks to shitty paid armor and fucking chrome paint that we already had for power armor since two months after release. I don't think Bethesda cares that they are breaking F4SE. Not that they want to actively harm your set up either, but as they have clearly stated before, they consider things not made in the CK to be 'hacks', not 'mods'.
They've never supported the script extender project and especially aren't going to now if it is even a minor roadblock to their shitty monetization schemes. They've directly supported it in the past. They've worked directly with the SKSE team numerous times and if you forgot, SkyUI 5 was originally supposed to be a paid mod back during the initial Steam fiasco. It does suck that these updates break things every time, but you never know.
I just want the criticism to be concise so we can direct it their way and maybe fix things. You are in fact quite wrong. Bethesda has never provided any measure of support to the script extender team beyond leaving them alone to let them do what they do.
Well you're someone whose input I trust so I'll take your word for it and stand corrected. I thought they worked with them and Steam to get SKSE in ship-shape for the first iteration of paid mods. Do you have a source on that? My understanding was that it was the opposite; they acted like most other companies and gave it the cold shoulder. Well that has nothing to do with the Script Extender.
They were also going to allow Chesko's fishing mod up there despite the fact that it relies on the script extender and Fore's animation mod; neither of which gave permission for their mods to be involved in this. Bethesda didn't care about that either. I mean, the impact is that it renders your game unplayable unless you're manually backing up exes.
As Bethesda will tell you, it is never advisable to remove a plugin in the middle of a save, so even if you're using one tiny mod that relies on F4SE, these updates will make you choose between a Not playing or b Removing a plugin. The patch is only bug fixes though, no CC content, at least on PC. Everything needed for the Doom mods were already in the last patch. There's no sense in getting bent out of shape over something that is going to become routine again just like it was last year.
Bethesda is not breaking anything. They're updating their software. F4SE is responsible for keeping up. But sure, I guess you can say "oh they're updating their software" As if Bethesda cares at all for post launch support. This is not a patch. You're not getting fixes to the bugs still in the game. You're not getting new optimizations. You're not getting anything other than a shitty looking Doom-like armor and some Power Armor paint. And this breaks your mod setup. An online store content push is impacting my singleplayer experience, in a purely singleplayer game.
If every single new batch of paid mods means a "game update", how long do you think the F4SE devs and dependent mods are going to bother updating their shit? The community will get annoyed, the devs will get annoyed and what's gonna happen is "F4SE development ceases indefinitely".
I always love when people say this shit to actual mod authors XD Got to love this salty ass community. You live in a world where people can be brain surgeons and not believe in the theory of evolution at the same time.
Him being an author changes nothing. Especially not about how wrong he is. If anything, it triggers some questions - why the fuck would he be pro-CC as a mod author? Only reason i can think of is that he's planning to release something on it.
So he might have a personal stake in it. But you are not proving he is wrong Yes they added more BS to the CC They no longer are immediately installed on your machine until purchased AND downloaded. That's a patch, it's a fix. You don;t need to like it but it still happened.
And i'm not a mod author and I'm still pro CC as it doesn't affect anything I do in game. I have my updates turned off in Steam and launch only using the F4SE. Game works fine for me, when F4SE updates then I update my client to stay on the current release. Mod authors using the CC have been expressing positive reactions to the payments and working with Bethesda, so regardless if they have a stake or not shurg And you must not be accustomed to Arthmoor and his posting as this lines up to the many responses I've seen him give when it comes to people complaining just to complain without any real substance.
TBH I wish they would allow some of the older mods into the CC like Arthmoor and his teams Unofficial Fallout 4 mod as it is undoubtedly one of the most downloaded mods, so they can be paid for the hard work they continue to do. So to each their own I guess. You really have no clue how the community has survived for year, do you? You're clueless supported by the fact that you claim that the patch is nothing but new shitty armor.
No official patches have broken mods or setups. Mods break themselves when official patches come. You're on your own.
Fallout 4 patch 1.10
So, to summarize it even clearer - paid mods ARE, as of now, fucking with free mods. That will replace any overwritten files with their originals. Doesn't matter what it does, it's still something a game downloads to keep, well, up to date. I always get the message asking me to click okay when I have logged into steam, but I thought I was safe since I turned auto updates off Especially not about how wrong he is. You are not allowed to request a sticky. No, I don't work in the industry, but my experience working in science and engineering tells me it makes sense that someone who engineers a product or creates code or does research wouldn't have any rights over their creations in general because of how fucked our IP and copyright laws are where as an actor, such as a voice actor, would have a right over what they create because the creations would be seen more as extensions of their physical being. Does your method only work if you are installing all mods manually? They've directly supported it in the past.
Fallout 4 1.10.26 Update: What’s New
Need to start backing up files. Double dipping a shitty armor port the Prey suit was just literally rigged to the Hazmat suit, minimum effort there guys This load order stuff is a hassle. Hopefully, these minor updates don't give the F4SE folks much grief in updating. Until then i can't, because their new shit of a system keeps fucking with the game i paid for. This method just allows you to stay online in Steam. Thank you for the reminder. Play away knowing that updates won't break your game anymore. And how is a 'low poly armor with strong normal maps' proof that Bethesda is 'fucking with free mods'? Is there any way to revert back to the old patch without breaking my whole save or does this mean all my mods are now broken? The community will get annoyed, the devs will get annoyed and what's gonna happen is "F4SE development ceases indefinitely". And I'm really happy those will be good, traditional, home-grown mods straight from the farmer with no pesky elite organic food store in the middle. It somehow looks worse when you view it in 3d as opposed to the still image you linked , you can't tell in the image, but in 3d that helmet looks box like.