The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Green Water Fix v2.0 Compatible
 
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May 25, 2012 @ 6:09pm
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Description
Green Water Fix v2.0 Compatible
http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/downloads/file.php?id=14007
v1.1(option file) and older versions are available in Nexus.

For DLC Dawnguard, you can use GreenWaterFix_v2withDawnguard from Nexus.
(No need to register the site, it's a small file :))
Other DLC, Hearthfire and Dragonborn, don't need especial file.


If you have DLC Dawnguard, please use nexus one. Unsubscribe this STEAM one.
If you don't have DLC Dawnguard, please use this.



Description
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Make visible some underwater which have the 'zero visibility of underwater' problem.


Details
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This mod DOES NOT normalize 'underwater'.
Only making it visible.
Original underwater blurring will be lost.


What It Does
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Enable in UnderwaterImageSpace...Depth of field...No Sky


Load Order
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1.Anywhere, in case of Vanilla.

2.After 'Water mod'.

for example
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WATER.esp
(GetWet.esp)
(etc.)
GreenWaterFix_Compatible.esp
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Purewaters.esp
(etc.)
GreenWaterFix_Compatible.esp
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Known Issues or Bugs
====================
If your savegame doesn't work with this mod, fast travel to far place several times.
And try console command 'PCB' (Purge Cell Buffer) in interior cell, and after, fast travel to somewhere.
It's for updating cell data.


Incompatibility
===============
This mod conflicts any mod changes 'UnderwaterImageSpace'.
But enabling those mod's 'Depth of Field...No Sky' in CK by yourself, it's all compatible.
When you do so, no need to use my mod. Make sure to deactivate it.


About 'bDoDepthOfField' in 'SkyrimPrefs.ini' in your 'My Games' folder
==============================================
'bDoDepthOfField=0' setting also makes underwater visible.
But you will lose your ENB settings of DoF.
And also it makes your underwater no color, and no blur.
So, I recommend you 'bDoDepthOfField=1' when using my mod.
If you choose 'bDoDepthOfField=0' setting, please deactivate my mod.
It doesn't need any more.


Credits
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Author: AltheaR

Thanks to Bethesda
Thanks to STEAM
Thanks to skyrim.nexusmods.com
Thanks to LHammonds for the Readme Generator this file was based on.

And very thanks to SonnyWiFiHr, who discoverd and told me the 'No Sky' tips!


Licensing/Legal
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(2015.4.25)
[Asset use permission in mods/files that are being sold]
You are not allowed to use assets from this file in any mods/files that are being sold, for money, on Steam Workshop or other platforms.


2012.5.24 AltheaR
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300 Comments
ladyk Jul 14 @ 2:39pm 
Thank you! <3
AltheaR  [author] Jan 8 @ 2:19pm 
@El Gringo
No (I guess.) :) Because not all people have this problem, which is caused by various reason.
Thanks for your comment!
Microsoft Word Jan 8 @ 11:46am 
@AltheaR This isn't fized in any of the unofficial mod packs right?
Great mod regardless though :D
Frost Dec 31, 2015 @ 8:53am 
Phantastik !
Foucsf Dec 4, 2015 @ 12:05am 
GOOD
Blizzard Oct 16, 2015 @ 2:05pm 
You are a god my friend, A GOD!
501st Wanted Hero Sep 23, 2015 @ 5:34pm 
i love you
Sora Aug 30, 2015 @ 6:27pm 
@AltheaR Thank you:) it was getting really frustrating bot being able to see underwater.
AltheaR  [author] Aug 30, 2015 @ 4:57pm 
@Sora
No, it won't. :)
I guess "Underwater performance" mods don't change the water itself.
Sora Aug 30, 2015 @ 3:51pm 
If I have a mod that removes the grass and stuff underwater will it conflict with this?