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  1. TheShadow8866
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    Hi, logical question here. But would this mod work with something like No Boring Sleep-Wait Menu? I love that mod, but would also like for the waiting to be faster than vanilla Skyrim
  2. Tixati
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    Hey, so my Save option was greyed out after installing this, eventually resulting in me needing to do a fresh install to get it fixed. Since it seems like I'm one of - if not the only person having this issue, I won't instantly blame your mod and your mod alone, but could you please advise on this?

    Thanks c:
    1. lStewieAl
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      That makes no sense at all. It's not this mod
    2. Tixati
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      Yeah, please ignore my stupidity. I commented on the wrong mod page :')

      Your mod is working perfectly, and is a great QoL addon <3
  3. NeOniq
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    Hi, lStewieAl! I just came by to tell, that the "Even faster" version does not work with the Open Cities Skyrim (game freezes during waiting), but the Normal one works well ,so I use it and very happy))
    Thanks again for your wonderful mod!
    1. Caleb6723
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      Thank you. I came here to see why my game was crashing.
  4. zachsaballer
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    Thank you for taking the time to create and upload this. Even if it was a simple and/or quick task, I appreciate it either way.
    But can we talk about how it took us 3,782,880 minutes from the day Skyrim came out to finally do this?
    Oh, where are my manners? My sincerest apologies, let me convert that number of minutes into something more easily understandable. How could it have taken us 226,972,800 seconds from 11/11/11 to the day this mod came out for someone to do this?
    Oh, that’s even an worse unit to use, I’m sorry ;)
    It took us 7 years, 2 months, and 9 days for someone to do this. That’s crazy to me lmaoooo.

    So I mean sure, you’re just waiting 24 seconds to advance a full day. Some might say it’s *only* 24 seconds, so there’s no point in making a mod to speed it up.
    Some might say that we don’t need a mod for this, because you can enter the console command “tfc” before starting your wait, and it’ll complete in a couple of seconds.
    And SOME say Alduin is Akatosh. Some say M'aiq is a liar. Don’t you believe either of those things.......

    Wait what were we talking about? Hahaha jk. Ignoring the M'aiq quote, sure, you can fight your ADHD every time you need to wait and just wait however many seconds per hour you need to. And sure, the tfc console command makes waiting take a few seconds max, regardless of the amount of hours. But to the people who say those things, yeah you’re right. But my ADD is lowkey awful, and I don’t want to be alone with my thoughts for 24 seconds (jk not jk, y’know lol). And then using the tfc command to advance time just feels dirty and wrong, so I hate doing it.

    So I’ll take my dawg lStewieAl‘s Faster Sleep Wait (SKSE) any day, thank you very much ¯\_(?)_/¯
  5. LatinGames
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    I need Just the Opposite,could you add some .ini filewhere we can increase or decrease the sleep time?Just because I really enjoy my sleep time but is too Short
    1. lStewieAl
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      I made a version that's 3.3x slower than vanilla, not sure if that's what you wanted but it didn't take long to make., I'd rather not make an INI for it since the current implementation is quite simple.
    2. LatinGames
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      Thanks my Friend!, you makes me really happy today, but please do not discard in the future a possible version using .ini where with positive numbers the time increases and with negative ones it is reduced, it's will be great!,Endorsed.
    3. lStewieAl
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      Done, see Optional Files.
    4. LatinGames
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      Just Great!
    5. MalicoVuckovic
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      Hi lStewieAl, Since LatinGames mentioned "positive number to increase time and negative one to reduce it" and you said "Done"... I'd like to understand if you would really use negative numbers? I was thinking iWaitTimeInMS=1000ms means wait time is 1 second per game hour. So 500ms would be 1/2 second per game hour, and 2000ms would be 2 seconds per game hour. Do I have this right? So there is really no "negative" numbers, right? If so what would you say are reasonable min and max values for iWaitTimeInMS (I was thinking 250ms to 4000ms)? And for reference, what is the game default value (I was assuming 1000ms)? Thanks!
    6. lStewieAl
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      It doesn't use negative numbers, your understanding is correct.
  6. loldudeok
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    Can anyone tell me how to install this ?
    1. Whyie
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      You have to install SKSE first, the link is in the requirement. Use the installer if you don't know how to install it. After that, download this mod files. Open the zip and you'll see skse/plugins/(the .dll). Put the .dll in your (Skyrim folder)/Data/skse/plugins/(the .dll)
  7. SkRaZdoT
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    such a time saver, gj!
  8. nathanwn93
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    I've installed Skyrim mods before, and I have SKSE running already, but I don't know how to install a .dll all of my other mods are .esp files. I can't seem to find any instructions on how to install either, maybe im looking in the wrong place, could someone give me some pointers?
    1. R0NlN
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      Go to the "Files" tab here on the mod's page. Find the version you installed. Just beneath it, click on "Preview file contents". A pop-up box will open, showing you what's included in the mod but also, where it goes in your Skyrim file structure. Or install it with a Mod Manager.
  9. Athrora
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    Thank you For adding this port for file in SSE, for faster as Wait menu and idk it works with for a Sleep Menu, so I hope does works.
  10. jspee1965
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    I'm not sure I understand, 1 second per "hour" of rest/wait time is too long? Not knocking the mod, clearly it's a hit with a bunch of peeps.

    Peace OUT! \/
    1. amgepo
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      1 second per "hour" of rest didn't look like much waiting, until you try waiting various game days stright. More than a minute looking at a pregress bar may be bearable, but why do that when you are supposed to be having a fun?
    2. EJEntus
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      when trying to wait multiple days at a time (sometimes when doing cell resets) it can be pretty obtuste. theres workarounds but its nice to have a mod that doesn't force you into a few console commands everytime you need to wait more than 1 day at a time. Also, this mod is great because all other mods that allow you to wait for 24 hours add a ton of other undesirable stuff like new overlays. Nice to have a mod like this that *just* accelerates the normal wait time.
    3. Artross
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      Personally I'm on a mega-roleplay run on requiem base. Using console commande I add experience for each hour off work/training/studies. Rougthly, for let say one handed, I have estimated on 10 years of all day hard training with a teacher to reach lvl 100 (And even, I am considering here that the dragonborn is an incredible genius).

      To say, i'm still level 10, after 3 years and half ingame (I've made the adventure begin on 4E181, 20 years before alduin return). So until there, I had to wait... 12 minutes per month...

      Ok, I keep record of the adventure by writing a journal when waiting. So a part of this time is not really wasted... but there is a lot of months where I don't have anything to say. And after a small calculation... it's mean that until there I have spent... 8h30 on the waiting screen !

      So, yes............................... 1sec per hour is really tooooooooooooooooooo long !

    4. templeofninpo
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      Artross,

      Time is precious
      Hence kung fu.