Last updated at 0:00, 5 Mar 2014 Uploaded at 3:05, 5 Feb 2012
(previously known as 'ENB FXAA SweetFX Remover')
I got tired of having to look for the individual files used for both the FXAA, ENB and SweetFX modifiers when testing them out, so I decided to write a small programme to find and delete all traces of all versions from a given directory. It also gives you 25 slots to save your configs to, to load at a later date.
- Added 20 more slots
- Added config slot dynamic buttons
- Removed config slot drop down menus
- Removed checkboxes from the quick edits form
- Feedback text now constantly tells you which files have been detected
- Tweaked instructions to reflect new changes
- Resolves incompatibilities with SSME (Skyrim Startup Memory Editor by Queue)
- Added support for the new ENB lens effects and features
- Added 'enbhost.exe' saving along side 'd3d9.dll's'
- Added shortcuts to opening saved config locations
- Feedback text now tells you how many files have been detected/deleted
- Mod/App rebrand
- New file names and directories (if detected older directories, it should update accordingly)
- No longer deletes saved screenshots
- Fixed an issue with d3d9.fx not being saved correctly
- Added SkyrimPrefs.ini quick edits
- Overwriting saved configs with another (no need to delete the config slot first)
- Added more files to detect/delete
- Added d3d9.dll version detection
- Added saving of previously saved d3d9.dll versions
- Added context menus for loading a config slots d3d9.dll
- Other small bug fixes and annoyances...
- Added ENB v0.200+ compatibility
- Added FULL SweetFX compatibility
- Added one more save slot. There are now 5 save slots
- Now compatible with recent ENB and ENBoost development
- Optimised code by 75%
- Updated endorse button to coincide with the recent Nexus interface update
- Various other small improvements
- Added a button that launches Skyrim (will launch SKSE instead if you have that installed)
- Added tooltips to various instances to give more information about the application
- Added a '?' button to the bottom right of the main textbox, that enables you to check for already installed configs from within the selected directory
- If it's your first time opening the remover, it will ask you to select your Skyrim install directory before you begin
- Changed application instructions layout and added instructions for new feature
- Added a line of text that appears at the bottom of the main textbox to give some form of user feedback when certain actions are made
- Fixed a bug with a wrong checkbox being unticked when config slot 4 was deleted
- Slightly changed main title image and changed the remove button font
- Fixed file 'enbeffectprepass.fx' not being saved correctly
- Moved application instructions to another window to make room for another feature
- Added ability to write in the name of the ENB/FXAA config you have saved to remind yourself what has been saved
- Added ability to open the file directories of the save slots
- Clicking the textbox with the directory location now opens the written directory
- Added to app instructions to include the new 'Config Save Slots'
- Added ability to save your current ENB config to a configuration slot (4 in total)
- Application will now remember last selected instal directory
- Slightly changed in-app instructions
- Added option to stop the main 'd3d9.dll' file from being deleted
- Added 'ENDORSE ME' button that links to the main remover mod page
- Changed lablelink to open my Skyrim Nexus user page, instead of the main remover mod page
- Slightly changed application layout
- Added in-app instructions for ease of use
- Added more files to detect and delete
- No longer deletes custom control settings
- Added user defined Skyrim install directories
- New GUI
- Can be run from anywhere on your PC
- Added more files to detect and delete
- Opens 'Remover_log.txt' on execution
- Added "Remover_log.txt" to show you what has been deleted if anything (sectioned via time and date of removal)
- More thorough pass of files to detect and delete
- Removes conflict with a ScriptDragon .dll file
- Added +1 file to be deleted
- Initial release
- Removes files from enb and fxaa
MAKE SURE SKYRIM ISN'T RUNNING
Run "FXAA ENB SweetFX Manager.exe" from anywhere on your PC.
Make sure the path points to your Skyrim install directory, if not make it do so.
Hit the 'Remove' button.
It will then delete all instances of ENB, FXAA and SweetFX from the selected directory.
It will display what has been deleted if anything has at all.
You can then install any other FXAA, ENB and SweetFX configs you may have without having to worry about files conflicting.
As of v2.5, you can SAVE an ENB config you have setup for later use, if you plan to try out others. Just select the config slot you wish to save it to, then hit 'Save'. It will keep all the files used for that ENB set-up for you to try some more, without worrying about losing your current set-up.
Once you are done with trying them out or wish to use an ENB setting you have previously saved, make sure the games root directory is clean of any previous ENB instals (Just hit the remove button once more to make sure), then select the 'Load' option under the corresponding config slot you wish to use. It will then load in the required saved ENB files. That's it!
Now in the re-branded v3.0, it will check your 'SkyrimPrefs.ini' file for values associated with ENB configs. So for example, if 'bFloatPointRenderTarget' is set to 0, it will let you know about this and ask for it to be changed. As well as that helpful feature, you can change this value, among others; in the new quick edits window. In this you can change a few values, again relating to ENB, right from this window. This saves you from finding the .ini file and editing them manually. Not only does this save a bit of time, it should also help out those who are less knowledgeable on this subject.
As far as im aware it removes ALL known versions of FXAA, SweetFX and most (if not all) ENB config's. If there are any left over files from any form of configs let me know and ill patch the file if needed.
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