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  1. Hrnchamd
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    MCP Version 2.4 is released.

    This is mainly to address the 'Access denied' issue in the patch program. It should solve it for most people.

    There are also bonus gameplay options:

    - Followers defend immediately. Followers and summons will now attack an enemy as soon as combat has begun, instead of waiting for the enemy to land a hit.
    - Ownership tooltip. Tooltip now shows an object is "Permitted" when rented or granted access instead of showing "Owned".


    A full set of changes are listed in the changelog, and as always more details on each patch are in the patcher application.

    Watch the skies!
  2. Nanodoc360
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    is there any chance this mod may cause companions to collapse when recruited or kill them?
  3. afuaf7
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    Hi all, I downloaded this mod recently but it doesn't seem to be being applied to the game. I've installed and enabled it on Vortex, the only issue I can see is that it isn't being displayed in the plug-ins menu.
    Any suggestions on how to fix this would be greatly appreciated

    Thanks xoxo
    1. SpaceDevo
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      That's because it's not a plugin, but an executable that must be manually activated from your Morrowind installation folder.
    2. afuaf7
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      Ah ok, I had read that it wasnt a plug-in. Sorry, I have to admit that I'm not brilliant with computers. Could you walk me through how to manually activate the mod?
      Thanks
    3. SpaceDevo
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      It's an executable, so you just click on it. It's in the same folder as the Morrowind game launcher.
    4. afuaf7
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      Oh I see, I've tried that already but all i get is an error saying ' See the logfile 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Morrowind\Morrowind Code Patch.log' for details'

      I have no idea what that means
      Any help would appreciated, cheers xoxo
    5. SpaceDevo
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      Then I recommend reinstalling it manually. Vortex probably screwed it up.
    6. afuaf7
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      And I just put it in the Morrowind folder?
    7. SpaceDevo
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      Yeah, Morrowind folder -- same folder as the game launcher.
    8. afuaf7
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      Yeah, it's still giving the same error
      It's on the C: drive
      Any ideas or is it just doomed?
    9. SpaceDevo
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      What does the log file say?
    10. Zobator
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      Well it means that you should open up the log file and see what's logged in there
    11. afuaf7
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      It says I'm missing mcpatch/default from my directory
    12. SpaceDevo
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      Then you need to reinstall the mcpatch folder to your Morrowind directory, and make sure the folder includes that default file.
    13. afuaf7
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      Oh OK thank you so much! Where do I find the file to redownload?
    14. SpaceDevo
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      It's in the Files tab here.
  4. thisemailplease
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    Hello!

    Just bought the GOG version of the game and I am trying to install this patch. I put the MCPATCH folder in the Morrowind folder (I assume that is the directory). When I go to run the .EXE however it says that mcpatch folder must be in the directory. Iâve tried googling answers and looking on forums with no luck. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

    Nevermind figured it out! I didnât put the .exe file in the directory also, just ran it from winrar.
  5. Sibrel
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    If anyone has the Swift Casting option on from Morrowind Code Patch along with the Always Cast Mod from Rylog9, just know that the issue/bug with leveling magic skills isn't caused by the Morrowind Code Patch The bug is caused by the Always Cast Mod.

    To test this, uncheck the Always Cast Mod from your load order, load up a save (it will give you a few errors, ignore them) and try leveling up that same spell and it will level up. Once you test it, delete the esp file from your data files directory, sort load order, and load up Morrowind without any further problems. Yes, the spells will fail, but it's so rare that it doesn't really matter.

    As far as I'm aware, this is the only known fix so far, but feel free to do your own research. Good luck.
  6. Oblivionaddicted
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    Thank you very much for this wonderful work. You made playing Morrowind largely more enjoyable.
  7. R6m9H
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    Why are the FILENAMES so long in the "mcpatch" folder.
    It's impossible to copy them without getting the Filenames too long error.
    These are the 7 files (folders):
    > 2e5e691d242fa7049bd3b28ce8bdee3bc199faf5c472e1a7acd3c6f922755bfe
    > 6fb89bbe8932b7de718c86dd4387fd59e04b9a33b011b61bc78254ded32f5456
    > 98faab8641fbd9236c77a4246d4d41d523405f331a07def15f0b2bf7f9f02ae0
    > 073672ffac2708199d6af7938eb5eb5e414af44be3b67e054b3387adf8064e63
    > bacf3f9eb6975ffec222dcf8bae514c4e3ad31837674e3de613d872aa85ec8eb
    > eac72e1b3524ee0012d080d3c2e2e00e401464e41ee54f9afd6aaaadf2c221f5
    > ecb347304134f63cabf1ab38f0728dcff5fbfb11e7ac2b87a03c8639936ab094
    Any help would be appreciated.
  8. projectfear2
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    What I want to know is the before and after view of the Third Person Camera. Since there's an option here to add it over the shoulder.

    Also, why is it called 4gb patch if it installed in a second?
    1. Dragon32
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      Also, why is it called 4gb patch if it installed in a second?
      It's a patch to allow a 32bit executable to access 4GB of virtual memory rather than a patch which is 4GB in size.
  9. Grebnerheb
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    Any reason why I wouldn't get the MCP showcase (trap door) after installing and selecting patches?
    1. Dragon32
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      The showcase was added by a separate plugin, it looks like it's not distributed with the archive any more.
    2. Grebnerheb
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      Hey, thanks for answering anyway!
  10. VenomGod
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    After I installed the mod, the game doesn't start at all, I cannot alt-tab, ctrl-alt-delete nor alt-f4, the only thing I am able to do is to restart my PC, any clues why that might happen?

    Windows 10
    Intel i3-8130U 2.20GHz
    8 GB RAM
    NVIDIA GeForce MX150
  11. JU4NC170
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    why the 4gb patch doesn't have an option to not install it? My pc is 2 gb ram :(((, what can i do to not install the 4 gb patch ?
    1. kstover
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      You should be fine as long as you aren't over-modding morrowind to the point where it exceeds your 2 gig cap. It just raises the limit to 4 GB, it doesnt require 4GB afaik?
    2. Morthrug
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      You're right. And actually, 4GB patch is recommended even if you only have 2 GB. Helped me a lot :-)
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