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  1. Sukerusuima
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    Okay so I got it working but sometimes my follower unequips this armor in favor with their default one randomly. anyway to prevent this?
  2. CbrCmmndr
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    can anyone point me to a tutorial on how to create an "outfit" in spid  I can't  seem to find one searching on the web , youtube , or the forums.    thx 
  3. chaoticzocker1
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    Hello, thank you for your work. I tried it manuelly and couldn´t get it to work. On the SPID site I saw that you can give "Outfits" instead of "Item" to the NPCs.
    Can you pls explain on which pop up I have to write outfit in? 
    My goal is that NPC actually wear that outfits.
    1. GiantSweetroll
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      Short answer:
      Instead of selecting your items under the "Armor" category in SSEEdit, run the script by highlighting records under the "Outfit" category instead. If no "Outfit" record(s) are present in your armor mod, you're going to have to create one yourself.

      Long answer:
      In Skyrim, there are two kinds of records that goes into an NPC's "Inventory". There is the actual Inventory record, and there's the Outfit record. The Inventory record accepts a variety of item types: Weapon, Armor, and Misc. Item. These items, if you run them through SPID, will be noted as ITEM inside the generated ini file. On load, nothing within the Inventory record is equipped by the NPC. If you give your NPC armor in its Inventory record, you will be meeting them naked for the first time. In order to have the NPC equip/wear the armor on the get-go, you will need to put them inside an Outfit record that is assigned to the NPC. Do note that the Outfit record only accepts equippable apparel and not weapons IIRC.

      The xEdit script does not have a specific prompt to enter outfits and it will not generate Outfit records for you.

      I hope this helps, feel free to ask me if you have more questions
    2. afshin76
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      This was a very good explanation. Thank you both for the question and answer.
    3. Sukerusuima
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      So what wouuld be the keywords and such to give them the outfit?I cant find a guide online that makes this clear.
  4. halfcastle1
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    I really need some help here. Literally no clue what to do but desperately want get it done. No experience with scripting or this kind of modding by the way. 

    So I'm trying to replace outfits in the game, example blacksmith clothes and farm clothes with set items, and many of my test keep blowing in my face. Can someone give me a template for switching clothes, it'll be very helpfull. Thanks. 

    Here's some test I've tried but can't get to work
    ;Custom Keyword
    Keyword = |ActortypeNPC,Outfit,Blacksmith's Apron|0x5B69F,0x6FF37|NONE|M|NONE|100
    ;Khadgar's Robes
    Item = 0xD63~Archmage SE - Johnskyrim.esp|Itembase,Outfit|0x5B69F,0x6FF37|NONE|M|1|100
    ;Khadgar's Gloves
    Item = 0x12C7~Archmage SE - Johnskyrim.esp|Itembase,Outfit|0x5B69F,0x6FF37|NONE|M|1|100
    ;Khadgar's Boots
    Item = 0x12C8~Archmage SE - Johnskyrim.esp|Itembase,Outfit|0x5B69F,0x6FF37|NONE|M|1|100
    1. QuranAnglin
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      SPID wont replace it only distributes
  5. alanktc
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    So I have a bunch of mods with items I want to distribute various npcs. And the way I want this to work is that I want the targeted NPCs to have a chance to contain a random amount of items (the amount is limited to a range) from that bunch of mods.

    So how do I do that?

    Because what ended happening to me is that the SPID ini will randomly choose a targeted NPC and distribute a random assortment of items from ALL of the mods that I have chosen.
  6. darthksurfer
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    I don't even know how to use this at all. I have no idea what a string is. Don't care to give keywords and I don't care to specifiy gender at all. All I want to do is distribute a combat mod to all npc and need a better guide than what is given

    1. Mannimarko92
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      Let me guess - it's Blade and blunt?
    2. 1Hat
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      It's easier than it seems at first.
      I found this a good tutorial:
      Then patiently go through the descriptions of this mod and SPID. Using the script you will then know what each dialogue box refers to.
    3. Binak
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      Thank you for the video, some light.
  7. dulcinea14
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    Love this! Makes SPID-ifying items so quick and easy.
  8. LordMala
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    I don't even know how to run this thing. I have NO IDEA what a string is. Don't care to give keywords, I don't care to specify a gender. All I want to do is distribute a spell from one mod onto some NPCs and that's it.
    1. Rex7Dragon95
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      that's the big problems with Spell Perk Item Distributor only people who know the keywords can use this
  9. Wyrmspleen
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    Thanks for mod.
  10. r0000
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    How to add keyword based on voice types?