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  1. Andrewson
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    Great job as usual, now I can't possibly understand how could I play Morrowind without it
  2. sneppy4
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    I am new to modding Morrowind, if anyone could tell me how to install this mod, with more information than on this page, that would be great, thanks.
    1. Shpoovy
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      You can download it just fine with the nexus manager or wrye bash if you prefer that one.

      Simple texture replacers like this work without any hitches at all as long as the folders are set up correctly.

      (If you want to edit any of the textures to change the colouration or anything like that you just need to unpack the archive into a separate folder. Nothing important, just something i did personally because of some weird looking pieces)
    2. Mirrror
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      First off, you should install Nexus Mod Manager, Morrowind code patch, Wrye Mash and Mlox.
      Code patch fixes many things and supports various mods etc,
      Mlox is needed for mods to load in the correct order.
      You can clean mods and make multipatch that will solve possible problems following this guide, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dlea3Ozrtaw

      Then you need Wrye Mash to fix your saved games if you mod your game and to disable unneeded esp. files. Mlox usually alerts about that when you open it.
      Now you can download this mod, I recommend using Nexus Mod Manager since it is easy and safe to disable and enable mods if something goes wrong like mod won't work. Some people say that the Nexus Mod Manager is not good for modding the Morrowind, but I haven't had any problems with it and I have 217 mods activated currently. There are some guides of modding Morrowind, which you can check out.

      Stay away from MGSO 3.0, it is outdated software and makes very weird problems if you go deep enough to the rabbit hole with modding MGSO 3.0. You can find Morrowind Code Patch, Wrye Mash, and Mlox all from here Nexusmods.

      Installing the mods, just download the file, then click on Nexus Mod Manager the green + button. Navigate to the location where you saved the mod file. Click it and it should appear on the unassigned folder in Nexus Mod Manager. Double click the gray (insert mod name here) and the little green check mark should appear next to your mod. Sometimes when you have many mods, some alerts may pop up that overwrite already existing mod, you can choose will it overwrite the mod or not. No worries if you overwrote some mod, you can always disable and enable the mod if you aren't satisfied with the end result.
      If you sorted out the load order with Mlox and tried to start Morrowind, some alert may pop up that says the Master file is missing. I usually just disable the mod since there are very few mods that give this error and they aren't that important. I do same for mods that give an error when starting new save, some mesh is missing.

      It is also recommended to read mod's nexusmods description and extract the files you use. They may include readme.txt which explain how to install the mod if it didn't work for you through Nexus Mod Manager activation.

      I hope I explained this clearly enough to take something with you from this post. You may have to reinstall the whole Morrowind again if s*** hits the fan hard enough. Steam version is the best for this. I have inserted very few mods by hand to Morrowind folder. It is risky when it replaces the existing files there and you have no documentation of what mods have you put in there and what the mod just deleted. Mods that I have only installed by hand are Lovely loading screens and MGE XE + MWSE.
  3. EndoranWest
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    Apart from the starter shirt being a bit too yellow for me, this retexture mod is great! :)
    Thanks Darknut! :)
  4. Myouken
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    Mara's blouse was not displayed due to esp of this MOD. Chagrin.
    1. ZonaryQuasar
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      But this mod doesn't have an ESP
    2. EndoranWest
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      i think that would be a better clothes problem
  5. superfahd
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    Hi! Not sure if this is still being worked on but I can't get the mod to work properly. It looks like the sleeves of clothes have the new textures applied to them but everything else remains vanilla. I'm sure I've installed it as instructed (not that it's really complicated)
    1. MaverickPriest
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      I've got the same problem. Using OpenMW, installing using that system.

      Edit: although it's only most of the textures that have this problem. Some like tandram andrelen in Seyda Neen have the full textures
  6. tgirlshayna
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    THIS is what Morrowind needs! I can't believe all the years of using better clothes, I never looked for a texture replacer.... You rock Darknut. ENDORSED
  7. smadnymnich
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    is better bodyies mod req for this one?
    1. Capostrophic
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      No. But Better Clothes would look weird without BB.
  8. jourdanroedel
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    yeah man u really rock dude. cant play without ur mods. hope to see more from you. Im always hoping more morrowind mods come out
  9. AwaAngelo
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    Dude, I'm checking out your work..You are legendary.
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