The Witcher 3

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Allows you to save outfits/equipment to a maximum of 10 presets(tied to savegame) and load them with a press of a hotkey, basically an effective way to reequip Geralt for different situations. (Previously known as Save Outfit Slots)

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Inspired by this mod request from TheCrazySwede. You have up to 10 presets for saving/loading outfits (equipment included). They will be tied to your savegame, so you will be able to load them whenever you want, even after relaunching the game, provided they are on the save you are playing on. You won't be able to load them in an older save before they were created (or you will just load the outfits from that save; basically every save can have it's own outfits). 

You will be actually equipping/unequipping items from your inventory, so this isn't just a visual change. If an item from an outfit isn't currently in your inventory, the outfit will simply be loaded without that item. Also, you can load outfits whenever you want, even during dialogue.



This can be useful for several reasons: 
-quickly change between casual/formal and battle-ready attire (when you gotta attend a feast at 9:00 but kill monsters at 10:00 amirite)
-have a more flexible build by using specific outfits when fighting specific enemies
-quickly reequip yourself if you were undressed in a quest for any reason
-use one outfit for gameplay and another for dialogues/cutscenes

Usage:
Hold the save key (F4 by default) and press a numpad key to save a preset, then just press that numpad key to load it. Make sure you select what you want to be saved in the mod's settings.

Installation:
Just move the "Mods" and "bin" folders into your main Witcher 3 directory. Make sure you open the mod's settings at least once and select something, by default nothing will be saved.

To use the hotkeys that save/load presets (without them the mod basically does nothing), copy 
IK_F4=(Action=sep)
IK_NumPad0=(Action=sepn0)
IK_NumPad1=(Action=sepn1)
IK_NumPad2=(Action=sepn2)
IK_NumPad3=(Action=sepn3)
IK_NumPad4=(Action=sepn4)
IK_NumPad5=(Action=sepn5)
IK_NumPad6=(Action=sepn6)
IK_NumPad7=(Action=sepn7)
IK_NumPad8=(Action=sepn8)
IK_NumPad9=(Action=sepn9)

to Documents\The Witcher 3\input.settings under every category/context you wish to use it in, so those would be-
[Boat]
[BoatPassenger]
[Combat]
[Diving]
[Exploration]
[Horse]
[Scene]
[Swimming]

You can replace the keys with anything you like (but you can't add more slots). You also don't have to use all of them. Just copy as many as you want, for as many slots as you want. (Action=sep) is the key you hold down for saving, the rest are for loading/saving.
I'd suggest copying IK_F4=(Action=sep) to just [Exploration], since there's no rush in saving a preset, and the rest of the keys you can copy to all the categories/contexts you want, to load the presets whenever you want.
Note for people updating from pre-1.5 versions: You can get rid of the old keys in input.settings, they don't do anything anymore, but it's not necessary. You can have the same key be bound to multiple actions, and since the old ones don't do anything anymore, there's no harm in keeping them. But if you want to clean up your input.settings, go ahead.

FYI: 
You won't ever lose any of your items if you're worried about that. They're always stored back in your inventory.

Update 1.6:
-Now compatible with More Robes mod
-Optimized overwriting presets a bit; now the items that were previously saved will have their corresponding facts fully removed rather than set to 0 (doesn't change any functionality on user's end and doesn't mess with existing presets)

Update 1.5:
-Reworked controls, now you can have up to 10 presets

Update 1.4.1:
-HoS mark does not interfere with beard length saving anymore.
-Rewrote the system for beard length saving, so you'll have to resave existing presets with the correct beard for them to work properly.

Update 1.4:
-Fixed pockets and bomb saving
-Added option to toggle apparel (clothes and armor) saving

Update 1.3:
-Added hairstyle saving (supports Ard Carraigh/X20T3rMiN4t0R's New Hairstyles and Beards For Geralt (DLC2 Improved) mod, but only the hairstyles; hair replacement mods will work fine, but not other dlc hair mods)
-Add beard length saving (unfortunately saving alternative beard styles is not possible)
-Added consumables saving (before only potions and decoctions would save, now you can save food as well)
-Added menu for choosing what to save (presets will be loaded as they were saved regardless of current save settings)
So for example- if you saved a preset where you had swords equipped, then disabled weapon saving and loaded that preset, it will still load the swords, just as the preset was saved. Similarly, if you saved a preset with no swords while weapon saving was enabled, then disabled it and equipped swords, loading that preset will unequip your swords. However, if you saved a preset with weapon saving disabled, then loaded that preset, you will keep your current swords.
-Extensively reworked and rewrote the system, so if you find bugs please let me know, in case I messed anything up

Update 1.2:
-Renamed the mod
-Potions now load to the same slots they were saved in. Previously saved outfits will still work, but the potions won't load in (probably only 1 will)

Update 1.1:
-Outfits now save all gear (including pocket/quickslot items, bombs, masks and potions). Previously saved outfits will still work, but they won't have any gear saved to them.
Note: Potions will not be loaded in the same slots as they were saved. I've been trying to fix this but it's giving me a headache. Will address in future update for sure though.
-Changed HUD message to a notification that's way less annoying