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Static Mesh Improvement Mod - SMIM -- BCF and BAIN Wizard by z929669
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Added: 27/06/2012 - 12:51AM
Updated: 09/07/2012 - 12:18AM

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Description

Last updated at 0:18, 9 Jul 2012 Uploaded at 0:51, 27 Jun 2012

This wizard in now included with SMIM 1.22+, follow the link below to go to Brumbek's mod

This "mod" requires Wrye Bash, so the reader will need to acquaint him/herself with that modding utility before making use of this resource.

The BAIN Conversion File & Wizard are specifically targeted to the STEP Community; however, it is 100% applicable to all users. I augmented the BCF with several SMIM images and the wizard itself provides detail on every install option.

REMEMBER: Users will need to download SMIM v1.21 and Clothing Fixes by Request in order tu use this BCF and wizard!

To use the BCF,
  1. Extract B_SMIM_BAIN-v1.21-8655-BCF.7z into the Bash Installers/Bain Converters (SMIM v1.21 and Clothing Fixes by Request go into Bash Installers).
  2. Launch Wrye Bash, click on the Installers tab.
  3. Select EITHER of Brumbek's mod files, right click and choose Conversions > Apply > B_SMIM_BAIN-v1.21-8655-BCF.
  4. Right click on the newly-configured SMIM BAIN installer and select "Wizard" or "Auto Wizard" to start up the installer.
  5. Install the mod, done.

Brumbek's mod is a fantastic contribution to the Skyrim modding community, and I am happy to facilitate installation by Wrye Bash users ... enjoy!

=================== VERSION NISTORY ===================
Version 1.2
  • Updated the archive to include the BCF.7z file per se, as I had not realized that the BCF was renamed rather than enclosed within another archive :P

Version 1.1
  • Updated the wizard using a slightly different numbering scheme to more accurately represent the intentions of SMIM.
  • Added descriptions for every option and updated the script.
  • Corrected the furniture textures installation behavior in the wizard, which had originally assumed that all furniture options included textures & meshes (it turns out that two options included only textures and were dependent upon other options containing the meshes).

Version 1.0
Initial release.