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Dynamically adds ISControl node system animation support + easy per-weapon sights adjustment

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This mod removes the requirement to patch weapons manually for animations using the ISControl node system
we've introduced several years ago, that is used in most, if not all, current and future kNVSE sets by literally every NV animator.
Works with every weapon, every mod, instantly.

Simple to use sights adjustment, to ease up lack of proper sights
centering in some mods and vanilla game (ie w/o WMIM, etc).

Details & FAQ
Q: What the hell is this mod, I don't understand
A: It's for when you use iron sights on your guns with fancy anim sets, so you don't have to patch stuff
Q: How will I know it works?
A: Shooting while aiming down sights won't look like an ass (given you have kNVSE set for a weapon you're shooting)
Q: Is it compatible with xyz mod?
A: Yes.
Q: Do I need to uninstall weapons that have been already patched manually?
A: No, it's fine, but it's all up to you.
Q: Will it fix my depression?
A: Didn't fix mine, so big doubt. But at least it'll remove some annoyance.
Q: This is it? What's next for this mod?
A: It all depends. Dynamic nature of this mod gives us some extra possibilities we might explore later

Just install and play the game

To adjust ironsights:
Hold aim button and Right Shift. Wait for the crosshair to appear.
Release Right Shift once it does, keep holding Aim.
Adjust the sights to your liking by moving the mouse.
To save it - press Enter. To reset - press Backspace
To exit adjustment menu - release the Aim button.
All adjustments are saved per weapon inside Config\ISControl.ini

JIP LN NVSE Plugin starting from version 56.44
User Interface Organized version 2.30 or higher
Latest xNVSE

Install required mods first. They are essential and without them – this mod will not work.
"ISControl" mod installs like any other mod, manually or using a mod manager.
I recommend the latter for easy uninstallation.

Same as installation, in reverse.

Hitman47101 for being awesone
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