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  1. XiseAbyss
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    YOU MY SIR ARE A GOD!!!!
  2. mistermaster
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    hmm.. when i run the patcher it tells me dyndolod.esm is missing majestic mountains and smskyrim.esp as master but both are active?
    1. mistermaster
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      nvm i just deactivated dyndolod.esm and .esp while running the patch and reactivate them after.. not that they are important for the patcher anyway..
  3. zackpro07
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    My shield and staff are on my back but not the dagger or my sword. What's happening?
    1. Pukes
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      You need xp32 and racemenu. Once you have both, you can go into the racemenu sliders and enable back sheath.
  4. Dethtool74
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    Keeps saying I need DSR.esp in load order even though it is there and ticked. Anyone know a fix or work around for this?
    1. Pukes
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      Go to your plugins.txt

      1) Save copy of it (place it back in the folder after patching)
      2) Open plugins.txt
      3) Replace all * with nothing (it removes the * which deactivates all the mods)
      4) add a * back to only DSR.esp
      5) run patcher
      6) place the copy of plugins.txt back into the folder
  5. Ultim1
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    Very handy tool!

    As another option though, You can also just update the SkyProc libraries included inside the Dual Sheath Redux.jar with another patchers (ASIS SSE for example) updated libraries so you don't have to mess with plugins.txt. You can extract a .jar file with any archive tool like Winrar or 7zip.

    Remove the "skyproc" folder from DSR's .jar file and replace it with the updated "skyproc" folder found in the installation zip for ASIS SE mod zip file, located in the file: "data\SkyProc Patchers\ASIS\asis.jar".

    This makes it so DSR's skyproc works right out of the box. No messing with Loadorder.txt or Plugins.txt. It works great and saves the headache!

    I found this tip on a Reddit post. Skip past the OP guide and go to the comments section. User _Render posted it and a little further down user leifyjai talked a little more about the process.

    Hope that helps. I fixed up my copy about two months ago and it's been flawless.
    1. SkyrimFantom
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      Thanks, even better :D
    2. TERENCEYAO
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      Wow... I even didn't know this option. XXD
      My handy tool is useless now so quickly ! ><""
    3. 7StringSamurai
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      Wow, thanks for this heads up!
    4. metalguy7312
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      So I am confused, don't you need to re-pack the executable .jar file so you can run the patcher? Forgive me I know little of Java.
    5. TERENCEYAO
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      You can just re-pack to zip by WinRAR, and rename it back to .jar
    6. metalguy7312
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      Cool, thank you!
    7. beligos
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      in situation when your actions with repacking to zip and renaming to .jar get you an error, open Dual Sheath Redux Patch.jar and asis.jar in 7-zip( e.g.) in separate windows, then navigate to skyproc folder in dsr.jar and remove it, then drag 'n' drop skyproc folder from asis.jar to dsr.jar to same location, now you can run your dsr patch
    8. SlyWolfe
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      I F***ING LOVE YOU OMFG
    9. reconcool
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      Dude U R A GOD .....Thank You so Much......
  6. Eferas
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    This saved me so much time, thank you very much!! :D
  7. SkyrimFantom
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    Hmm, it only adds

    Skyrim.esm
    Update.esm
    Dawnguard.esm
    HearthFires.esm
    Dragonborn.esm

    to the plugins.txt, not all the other mods. :)
    1. TERENCEYAO
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      Make sure that you load the plugins.txt which is the correct one. The correct format will contain a character "*" for an activating esp or esm.
      MO2 plugins.txt may locate at :
      C:\Users\{name}\AppData\Local\ModOrganizer\SkyrimSE\profiles\Default\plugins.txt
      NMM plugins.txt locate at (default location):
      C:\Users\{name}\AppData\Local\Skyrim Special Edition\plugins.txt
    2. SkyrimFantom
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      Thank you it works now. Like a charme. ;) Such a time saver.
  8. Antropoid
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    Why this is needed? I'm using MO2 and never had to copy/paste anything anywhere.
    1. TERENCEYAO
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      This is a tool that help you to convert plugins.txt format for Dual Sheath Redux Patch.jar
    2. 7StringSamurai
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      To answer your question, in order to get the Dual Sheath Redux patcher to work with 64bit Skyrim SE you need to edit the plugins.txt file as a work around until we get a 64 bit patcher. This typically invovles deactivating your active mods first, then deleting the top two lines of the plugins.txt file and pasting in all the masterfiles, Skyrim.esm,update.esm, etc.etc. This does that for you in 1 click, then you run the patcher like normal. A very welcome shortcut for those of us using a converted LE DSR on SSE. Especially when your adding and/or testing mods and have to repatch frequently.
      Cheers!
    3. TERENCEYAO
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      I think he just don’t know what DSR is. ;)
  9. orochimay
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    awesome idea very handy and useful ; much appreciated :=)
  10. 7StringSamurai
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    Works perfectly! Thanks for this awesome convenience, no more disabling pluggins and copy'pasting esms. Cheers!
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