SlayerTheGreat1 15/set/2013 às 17:03
Skyrim Fov .ini tweaks don't take effect
In skyrim I'm really bothered by the fov, so I went to my skyrim files and chnaged some things. In the skyrimpref.ini files, I added fdefaultfov=90 at the bottom of the general section. Then in skyrim.ini, I added fDefaultWorldFOV=90 and fDefault1stPersonFOV=90.0000 in the default section. Started up skyrim and now results. I even put the files to read only and still nothing. I know I can put fov 90 in the console, but it resets so I just want it permanent. Any ideas?
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Incunabulum 15/set/2013 às 20:49 
Are you modifying the .ini in your documents folder? Not the one inside the game folder, that's just a template used to create the .ini the game actually uses.
SlayerTheGreat1 16/set/2013 às 5:07 
Escrito originalmente por Incunabulum:
Are you modifying the .ini in your documents folder? Not the one inside the game folder, that's just a template used to create the .ini the game actually uses.
Yes, in my documents.
Cyrax 16/set/2013 às 7:25 
You can always pop open the console and type
fov 90

Sure, it may be annoying to do every time, but come one, it will only be 8 key strokes.
Major Moolah 16/set/2013 às 8:26 
Problematic. Maybe edit .ini -> load your game -> change fov with console (to match the .ini edit) -> save and exit.

This should keep it from changing back
ρоѕιтяои_ 16/set/2013 às 8:29 
Yeah...use the console instead.
Kabacus 16/set/2013 às 8:44 
I have found that setting FOV in the ini files was never permanent and frequently forgot to reset it via the console. Then I found Customizable Camera[skyrim.nexusmods.com]. I don’t change anything other than FOV and haven’t had to revisit the setting since. The potential downside, if you are not into modding much, is that it requires SkyUI 4 and SKSE.
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SlayerTheGreat1 16/set/2013 às 13:07 
Escrito originalmente por Major Moolah:
Problematic. Maybe edit .ini -> load your game -> change fov with console (to match the .ini edit) -> save and exit.

This should keep it from changing back
Done that bunch, doesn't work.
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