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EXPEDITION is a Software Rendering tweak addon that aims to improve the visual fidelity of Anomaly 1.5.2. It comes pre-packed with a customized Enhanced Shaders Framework, lighting, rendering and surface processing edits, weather tweaks, new effects, and much more. It is also available in a download-and-play state so you can forget about compatibility-induced CTDs, crashes, and conflicts. Simply install and dive into the game, no hassle.




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Templars Nightmare 1.2 is a complete save mod. Only numbers are changed in text-files, the same files that Firefly changes with upgrades. No graphic tricks, no programming, no dangerous modswap software needed.


Templars Nightmare 1.3 is a complete save and simple mod for a hardcore Economy and real Castle Sieges. Only numbers are changed in two text-files, the same files that Firefly changes with upgrades. No graphic tricks, no programming, tested on all sorts of maps, against every AI-Lord.?


JPG and PNG are available with Premium Plans. This option allows you to download an image (like a screenshot) of your project. If you are looking to insert your project as an image to your website or use it on a screen elsewhere, this would be the preferred option.


Please note you are advised as always to run a virus scan on any file downloaded from the internet. Sports Interactive or SEGA have no control over third party content and as such third-party downloads are used at your own risk.It is also advisable to read any instructions on the download page for the content you are installing (or found in the readme that comes with the download) as they may contain any extra instructions that are specific to that file. This is especially important for multi-part mega-packs that may need to be extracted in a certain order.


Your User Data Location is where the game stores any user generated files, this can be files generated by the game such as Save Games (though you can still customize your save game location from the save game menus in game), saved shortlists, tactics or custom views, or it will be where you put any custom graphics you have downloaded such as skins, kits or logos.


If you select the 'Change Folder' option a folder select dialog will popup and from here you can browse to and select the new location you want your User Data Location to be located at.Once done click confirm, exit and reload the game and the game will automatically generate the needed subfolders (such as games and skins).Though if you are adding custom graphics you will need to create the graphics folder yourself.Also note that if you have already created anything in game with the default location set (such as save games, shortlists, or tactics) you will need to manually copy the items over to your new location.To reset your User Data Location to the default location, then go back to the Preferences Menu, again search for 'location' and this time select the 'Reset to Default' option, Confirm your changes then exit the game, and then copy your files back over to the default location if need be.


With FM20 you can now again change your User Data Location from within the game. In addition it shouldn't matter which Store Version of FM you are using or if you are using the Touch Version as the instructions should be the same.To do this go to the Preferences Menu, then in the search bar type 'location' your Preferences Menu should now look something like this:If you select the 'Change Folder' option a folder select dialog will popup and from here you can browse to and select the new location you want your User Data Location to be located at.Once done click confirm, exit and reload the game and the game will automatically generate the needed subfolders (such as games and skins).Though if you are adding custom graphics you will need to create the graphics folder yourself.There also shouldn't be any problem with setting both your Full and Touch Mode Saving Locations to the same location, which should save you having to duplicate any custom graphics you have downloaded.Also note that if you have already created anything in game with the default location set (such as save games, shortlists, or tactics) you will need to manually copy the items over to your new location.To reset your User Data Location to the default location, then go back to the Preferences Menu, again search for 'location' and this time select the 'Reset to Default' option, Confirm your changes then exit the game, and then copy your files back over to the default location if need be.


Note that this folder location needs to already exist on your hard drive before setting the launch option, then when you next launch Football Manager the game will automatically generate the needed subfolders (such as games and skins). There also shouldn't be any problem with setting both your Full and Touch Mode Saving Locations to the same location, which should save you having to duplicate any custom graphics you have downloaded. You should also be able to set the location to that used by a previous version of the game, just make sure to backup your save games so you don't overwrite them and to remove any non-compatible custom graphics first.


Also note that if you have already created anything in game with the default location set (such as save games, shortlists, or tactics) you will need to manually copy the items over to your new location. And if the game doesn't create the graphics folder you'll need to create this folder yourself before adding any custom graphics.


2) Download and install SKSE. If you allready have it - great. If no - install it. It's obligatory. SKSE is [essential]. Stability mods are also working through it, as well as vast majority of amazing gameplay mods. Consider it a basic invisible evolution element of Skyrim. Make sure to download the correct version! 1.7.3 is for Skyrim LE - you don't need that at all now. If you have [exactly] the Skyrim SE version of the game (1.5.97, you can right-click on the game .exe file and see the version there) - get SKSE for 1.5.97. If you're on AE (it's still named Skyrim Special Edition in your game library, it's the .exe that differs) - get the current AE version, and VR version for VR. Download the archive somewhere, unpack it. From the folder, get the .dll, .exe files and \Data folder, and place them to your Skyrim SE/AE folder, as showed here. MO users should archive the \Data folder and install it as any other mod trough MO (you can do the same in NMM as well if you wanna). From now on, launch your game only via SKSE (skse64_loader.exe), not the game regular launcher. A general note about SKSE-based mods and what to do with them. Situation with the SE ==> AE update is different from those SE updates in past. Why so? Thing is, the problem with past SE updates was basically pretty simple and related only to the game version update itself, which was fixed by Address Library mod (further in this section). For AE, huge amount of SKSE functions themselves were changed or deleted, so for most of SKSE based mods to fully and properly work in AE, most of SKSE mods code will need to be rewritten by its author, on some scale - from just a few lines to possibly a complete rewriting from scratch, depends on the mod. That's why AE modding stage will need more time to recover then it was usually taking for SE updates in past (if ever). Remember that alternatively, you can simply mod LE for your current run, as it doesn't have this issue to begin with - and for the another run, some time will pass, and AE modding stage will be most likely recovered by then. What does this mean for those modding AE now and wanting to use SKSE-based mods? Simply look on every such mod page Files tab - if the mod is already updated for AE, there most likely will be a separate version of it, with an indication it's for AE - so, you'll need to install the AE version of the mod. Similarly, if you're on SE (not updated to AE yet) - when downloading an SKSE-based mod, make sure you're downloading the SE and not AE version of it. That's it!


Also, as Skyrim SE itself requires at least somewhat decent rig to run it without issues, the overall performance impact scatter of graphics mods is different from Skyrim LE, and if you can run Skyrim SE on max settings without issues, you will be able to run most of texture/mesh mods without issues as well, so there is no need for "green-yellow-red" marking system as for Skyrim LE. Still, some mods have pretty "different" level of quality or some other details that may impact performance greatly on weaker PCs, and such mods will be marked with a special ==FPS== mark. This does NOT mean such mods will destroy your performance if you don't have "NASA PC" - but it means you should install such mods carefully (basically, testing ingame performance after such mod installation) even on strong rigs, and avoid certain options or mods entirely on weak rigs. 041b061a72


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