The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Lightweight Scrolls
18 comentário(s)
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wisdomknowledgeandskill 23/nov/2014 às 17:01 
lol... thank you for the common sense solution to heavy pieces of parchment xD
Miccony 25/ago/2014 às 5:12 
Does this also count for the elder scrolls? That would be great
taeki 12/abr/2014 às 1:50 
please korean add it.
William Blaze 21/mar/2014 às 7:14 
love the mod. eventually i hope to see one for Miscellaneous items like this. :3
Sassy 10/out/2013 às 3:35 
It's the little things in life that mean so much and they truly do matter. Thank you for this attention to this little detail. I SOOO appreciate it! Nicely done! Ciao! *HUGS* ♥
JustinOther  [autor(a)] 2/jul/2013 às 7:58 
aussie_lucas: Lightweight Potions and Poisons and Poisons will use SKSE if it's there to reweigh mod added potions (in certain contexts), but it doesn't require SKSE, no.

luff-MEISTER: Right on! :) There's still a pending Dragonborn update. Have to free up some time/energy...

luff-MEISTER 1/jul/2013 às 11:27 
love it!
aussie_lucas 30/jun/2013 às 18:36 
Ok thanks for the reply, is SKSE needed for lightweight potions?
JustinOther  [autor(a)] 28/jun/2013 às 7:24 
SKSE is necessary for this to work, yes.
aussie_lucas 23/jun/2013 às 20:54 
is SKSE needed?
cptsavarus 19/jan/2013 às 10:00 
This mod presents the role player in me with a dilemma of conscience but I like it anyway so thanks! I'm running about 20 popular mods right now & can't see any conflicts or bugs, though in fairness none of my other mods do anything to affect the behaviour of scrolls.
JustinOther  [autor(a)] 6/jan/2013 às 8:23 
Lord GaGa:This will only conflict with other mods which directly edit scrolls. As far as I know, there are no bugs or other anomalies, but you might get log errors if ever you uninstall (due to the nature of scripts in Skyrim). Install, use it, and don't remove it until done with a character and you should have 0 problems.
Tony Gabagool 3/jan/2013 às 21:38 
Hey, interested in trying this out. Any known conflicts or bugs?
JustinOther  [autor(a)] 20/nov/2012 às 9:15 
Haha! I'm sure, yes, but even if one merely collects them for selling to merchants, it helps mitigate encumbrance as 0.5 just seems disproportionately heavy.
Trogdor 20/nov/2012 às 1:48 
People actually use scrolls? :p
JustinOther  [autor(a)] 19/nov/2012 às 12:04 
Updated: Should be multilingual now as intended. Also removed some errant testing code.
JustinOther  [autor(a)] 19/nov/2012 às 11:08 
UI is all scaleform/flash which is greek to me.

Speaking of foreign languages, evidently the plugin was delocalized when uploading to steam, somehow, so the languages other than English aren't working. I'll soon replace the ESP with a localized version as intended.
sageofthewabash 19/nov/2012 às 7:02 
Speaking of simple mods,howerver, concerning "in game use of color", I must say that the most egregious failure by the game makers is the color white used for the crosshaires. This is primarily a white appearing game which uses a white targeting device, thus making it almost impossible to see most of the time. Yellow or even light grey would be much better. I know that this sounds like a small thing but it would make a highly subscribed mod.