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  1. fangbutt
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    If you want to use VUI+ but still keep MTUI's dialog interface (because it's a million times better) just open MTUI in explorer, go into Menus and delete everything except the dialog folder. Then load it under VUI+. Works fine.
  2. OfficerHotPants
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    How have I played for a decade without this?
    1. GloryToTheMany
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      You shouldn't play with it in the current decade; it's f***ing ancient
    2. mlundquist
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      got any suggestions on what to use then ?
    3. AtticusBlasi
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      Vanilla UI+ is most likely your go to
    4. Bleu1001
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      Use this, MCM, and UIO. Works Great!

      Vanilla UI was removed/taken down, or owner's account was.
    5. Annorexorcist
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      Vanilla UI Plus hasn't been on the Nexus in a while. It's over on ModDB: >here< 
  3. picnicxxx
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    Hello:)
    I'm using this mod in Fallout 3.
    After installing this, a large, square black screen will appear on the opening screen, and you will be able to confirm CTD by buying and selling with a merchant.
  4. Nodevski
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    Doesn't work and clashes with MCM. Not recommended.
    1. Manan6619
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      Yup, it's pretty outdated - I'd recommend Vanilla UI Plus.
    2. orokinlonewolf
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      Works fine for me if you don't use an overhaul mod like Project Nevada
    3. NoobYorkCity
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      Vanilla UI Plus looks a lot like what MTUI does, but with more features (ex:DR and DT on seperate lines). Sadly no multi-color, but I'd rather have text I can actually read without holding the windows button and hitting +. Thx Manan6619!
    4. camodew
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      the dialogue menu looks a lot worse with vui+, is there a way to get mtui style dialogue menu in vui+?
  5. DokQZ
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    Still works just fine ^^
  6. Stronglav
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    I only have weapon mod menu and not compatible
  7. Hanker109
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    So far the best is Darnified, you need to install with FOMM-FORK version. Next, you need to copy the fonts that come with Darnified and paste in both .ini(s) located in Documents. Open the .ini(s) with Notepad and Press CTL + F, type fonts. Replace the old fonts with the new ones. If you add a mod that may cause Darnified to mess the display, just uninstall and re-install.
    1. NoobYorkCity
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      Yes but it's not on Nexus because reasons. Fortunately there are some sites that do host it.
      Ex: https://www.moddb.com/games/fallout-new-vegas/addons/darnified-ui-v04
      TTW edition: https://taleoftwowastelands.com/viewtopic.php?t=7284
      I'm using the TTW version and it works great. ... except for one thing.

       
  8. tesnexus8
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    This somehow manages to cause the game to not load any saves any more. :(
    Only have this and YUP installed, and it's definitely this, but I can't even begin to image how effed up FONV's clowncode is for something this simple to cause it to lock up.
    Very disappointing, as the stock UI is absolute garbage and NV desperately NEEDS mods like this.

    Updated: man this is weird... I can't load any saves made with this mod installed: I just get a permanent spinning roulette wheel when I try. But if I load a save from before I installed this, after that it all works fine and I can load the saves that didn't work just seconds earlier. I guess the UI isn't the only part of this game that's a piece of s***: most of the code is too. I've got a workaround now though, and that's good enough. It's just a bit worrying that things will only get worse as time goes by, but I guess I'll see what happens.
    1. ewgff
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      That happens with a multitude of mods. I think its a problem with YUP
    2. KaptainCnucklz
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      It does it with or without YUP. I have no idea why, since you'd think age wouldn't be a factor given there's been no game updates all this time. I'd suggest using Vanilla UI Plus instead, as it tends to have regular updates and support.
    3. Manan6619
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      I'd normally leave this alone since the original comment is nearly a year old, but I think I'll post this for posterity. If you ever find that your saves are stuck loading forever, try starting a new game, play it until the first autosave triggers, then try loading the save.

      Alternatively, you could try the recently-released Infinite Loading Screen Fix NVSE plugin. I'm not sure if it addresses the problem I talked about, a different one, or both(I haven't used it, myself), but the people in the comments sound very pleased about it.
  9. DhruvS
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    Haters gonna hate. This is the ONLY UI mod that has worked for me without a hiccup. Tested *thoroughly* with both Steam and GOG copies over the period of a year. The only other alternatives, Revelation as well as VUI+ lag the game like hell once installed. MTUI, on the other hand? Runs smooth as fuck. Does what it's supposed to out of the box, no patches required. Looks beautiful as well. I'd say it's somewhere between the Revelation and the VUI+ with the VUI+ having the same old stock background for the in-game dialogues and the Revelations having a VERY fancy one; MTUI is also my premiere choice because it's neither of those- it's an interesting, subtle, minimalist texture which neither distracts from the dialogue being presented too much, nor makes it too bland to read. The text is smaller and neatly organized like in the other UI mods and with a custom font of your choice, it becomes that much more easy on the eyes. 10/10 would endorse again.
    1. lohi2
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      Agree. The bonus, and the reason to use it, is that it's on Nexus. Sure, they can host mods on other sites, but to stay away from Nexus where almost everyone will go first is strange. MTUI is simple, it's basically the original UI that is resized to show more stuff. Simplicity is good.

      The drawback is the conflict with MCM (with vortex). But looking at the install instructions for VUI+ it's the same.

      And OLD mod is never a problem. It's not like the New Vegas game changed to have new technology and requires new mods. I'll use something if there is something else that does the same thing, comes on Nexus, and doesn't have a dozen or more patches, tweaks, and reskins.
    2. KaptainCnucklz
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      Installing things like NVTF and NVHR should fix lag issues. VUI+ works without hiccups, it's just that the engine's bits for memory handling are all full of dust and cobwebs lol.
  10. JimmyRJump
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    Would have loved to try MTUI, but due to the age of the mod and some of the comments, plus the author being MIA since October 2010, I better stay away from this
    1. Manan6619
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      I personally never had issues. Installed with FoMM and no other UI mods interfering.
    2. JimmyRJump
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      Thanks for the positive response, Manan... I was kinda torn but downloaded and endorsed the mod anyway...

      Since I'm about to start a new game after five years of negligence, I might as well give MTUI a try. No harm done if it shouldn't work out...
    3. KingOriax
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      Gotta say It still works fine despite it's age, I don't think I've ever had a problem with it.
    4. wanderer3292
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      Hey, thanks for the feedback, I'm in the same boat. I'm checking out which mods to install for a first time pc playthrough. Funny thing, i've also been playing fallout 4 for the last year or so, installing a lot of the same mods because i also see you commenting on the settlement mod pages!
    5. Manan6619
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      I'm gonna jump on the Vanilla UI Plus bandwagon now - it does many things that MTUI does, and besides that makes a great many improvements to other parts of the UI, most of which I've not seen fixed by other UI mods.
    6. lohi2
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      Mods don't get worse by age when the game doesn't change. Most mods have not been worked on in ages and they still work great.What changes is that mod managers get smarter and they warn you when there are conflicts between mods. The drawback is that there really isn't another mod on Nexus that does what MTUI does. FoMM is old, NMM is old and about to be retired, mod organizer 2 is complex (no matter how much the experts try to explain that it is easy for experts to use). You really want something with tech similar to Vortex or Mod Organizer 2, where the deployment models don't modify the original files.