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  1. fjkdsjfldfjds
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    the download won't start, f***ing hell, it's the only mod i ever wanted to put on ffxv
  2. killinit
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    Is it possible to use this outfit without the stats it gives?
  3. VentusNX
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    i cant find the game in the My Games folder i was looking for like 2 hours where it is but cant find it can anyone help me? 
    i have the steam version and its not in userdata.
  4. LianKima
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    thank you very much, the mod is well done ... the fact of having physics is so pleasurable and makes you want to use it
    thank you again
  5. xorterenshe
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    This mod is wonderful! I'm so glad that you made this; that outfit works so smoothly.

    I would like to also make physics-based outfit mods for FFXV. How did you make the Otherworldly garb use Altair's physics? This is the first time I'm getting into FFXV modding, (though not modding in general) and your example inspired me to want to try. 
    I just put a post on the FFXV reddit page asking a similar question to see if I'd get any help.  I do not understand how to make an added outfit use another outfit's physics file.

    I was also looking through the character files with FFXVScout, but I was unable to find the model files for Altair's robes or Ardyn's robes. Both of those outfits have very useful physics files for what I want to make: the Organization XIII coat and Darth Revan's cloak. I figured that checking out the models in Blender would give me some hint as to how to make it work, but I've not had any luck.

    Any help you can provide would be invaluable! Thanks!
    1. mule43
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      Hi there, sorry for the late reply am glad u liked the outfit :) as for the physics it was sort of a trial and error thing. I would recommend you to use transfer weights from the ac coat to your mesh and then work it out from there by manually weight painting some parts of your mesh.
    2. kactueloddye
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      Hi, the mod is awesome. Can you please tell me how you can completely remove the stats that this skin gives, so that there is only one appearance?
  6. Jckspacy
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    Wow, this is freakin' amazing!! I've always LOVED the Versus XIII outfit, and while there are a few mods on the Steam Workshop...They have their issues. Mostly regarding the physics of the coat and the textures being a bit low quality. However this mod nails the awesome look, and there's no alternative physics to install! What more can I say other than this is brilliant! Thank you so much! Instant endorse! :D
  7. killinit
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    Hi! I love the mod, it's amazing. But I have one problem regarding the stats of the item, is there any way to remove or reduce them. Thanks in advance!
  8. Dalsy
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    it's been working perfectly but since i installed the Special K mod, is not working anymore. It doesn't even show on the in game mod list though it's in the /mod where the binmod. Any clues on how to make it work?
  9. SpireWolves
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    I'm using the Windows Store version and followed the instructions properly but this isn't showing up in Cid mod UI, binlist or in-game, any ideas??
    1. mule43
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      Hmmm normally I would look into it but sadly I only own the origin version of the game, however I did see a comment or two claiming the mod works with the store edition so check if your file path is right and make sure to place it in the mod folder where binmod.list exists.
    2. SpireWolves
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      Should the binmod be blank?
  10. niteynitecat
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    ?First at all, appreciate for making this mod as I have non-steam version of FFXV and most of the costume mod are from steam version and I cant used any of it.
    Anyway, when using your mod there is some issue where back of Noctis hair see through the collar. Is there a way to fix this? 
    1. mule43
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      Sadly its not possible due to the limitations of the modding tool.