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  1. [RELz] Glow in the Dahrk

     by Melchior Dahrk & NullCascade Download This is a modern, pluginless replacement of the old Windows Glow mods. Windows Glow (WG) suffered from every mod needing a patch to work with it. Glow in the Dahrk (GITD) handles this automatically through the meshes themselves with a powerful Lua code by NullCascade which can switch the visible portion of meshes (NIFs) on the fly. With this feature, any mod using the vanilla window NIFs will automatically switch to a glowing version at night. In addition, WG forced players to use the textures it provided which didn't always match their texture replacer of choice. Glow in the Dahrk accomplishes a subtle glow on the windows without needing to replace the vanilla textures; so players can use vanilla or a texture replacer of their choice! [youtube]1nAqUPxbQ2M[/youtube]  Vanilla windows transition to glowing versions at night Automatic compatibility with any mods using the meshes included with this mod (no patches required!) Hlaalu, Telvanni, Redoran, Velothi, Mournhold, Skaal, Imperial Fort, and Imperial Common sets all now have a nighttime glow for windows. Supports vanilla textures and texture replacers for windows (choose your own look!) A more natural, muted glow at night rather than the bright, garish design of the old Windows Glow Smooth pulsing light effect for all windows Transition to nighttime/daytime models is staggered for a more natural experience Includes daylight glow on interior windows Support for any static objects to be made to transition to nighttime versions Pluginless and patch-free alternative to "Windows Glow"  This mod uses the alpha and thus experimental and not necessarily stable 2.1-branch of MWSE, currently in development. By using this mod, you're basically asking to be a tester! If you encounter any issues please post a report, ideally on the MWSE bug tracker. You can download the latest nightly build from the link below. This this mod requires Morrowind Graphic Extender (MGE-XE) version 0.10.1. Older versions will not work with MWSE 2.0+! Additionally, it will require the latest nightly build of MWSE 2.1. MGE XE version 0.10.1 fixes a bug where meshes containing NiSwitchNode will cause the Distant Land generator to crash. Lastly, be sure to deactivate/uninstall all Windows Glow mods/patches. They may overwrite the meshes used by this mod. Plugin patches for every single mod are a thing of the past with Glow in the Dahrk! Now all that is required is for a mesh (window or otherwise) to be updated into the GITD format and it will automatically update at night and in the morning while the code from this mod is installed. It is a relatively simple process for modders with experience with Nifskope to make non-vanilla meshes compatible with this mod. This script can make any static model in the game switch to a nighttime version - not just windows. The optional download: "Mesh Converter Scripts and Instructions" can be used to patch other meshes to work with this (such as new windows from Province mods or Unique City mods).  NullCascade again for not only making the code used by this mod, but also for continuing to develop MWSE into the Lua-based powerhouse it has become Greatness7 for the code used to accelerate the mesh creation Hrnchamd for quickly releasing a fix to MGE XE to let this mod work properly Siberian Crab for the basic glow texture from which I designed the others Morrowind Modding Discord for extensive playtesting and feedback as this mod was developed
  2. (Project Magnus) Hammerfell: Falling Kingdoms takes place in Hammerfell, give towns some money to support their guards, defend the towns, and cities from multiple enemies. You could just explore Hammerfell, delve deep into caves, or find a new underground places like Blackreach. Stop dragons in certain destroyed towns by the mountains that border Hammerfell from Skyrim. Explore the arid deserts of the Alik'r desert, find abandoned temples, or explore some pyramids. You start off in Stros M'kai get a few missions there but one of the main missions will appear, called Town of Sand. Lastly I'm going to try to make this mod have an alternate start like area, you start off in a boat heading towards Hammerfell, but a few meters off of shore from Stros M'kai you crash, help crew mates, then one of the crew will tell you about Sentinal which starts the mission Town of Sand. This mod is a heavily work in progress be patient. So far it's only for PC, but I will try to upload it to XB1, sadly I can't upload it to PS4 since it is limited. This mod is also apart of the mod bundle Project Magnus.
  3. Morrowind May Modathon Month 2017 Celebrating Morrowind's 15th Anniversary Mod Releases: One of a Kind - Daedric Weapons Armor and Shields By Mort - Week One Winner Chrysamere PBR By Remiros - Week One Winner Buyable Houses By NazoX9 - Week One Winner Cliff Racers By Danae Barabus Fireplaces Retexture By Sbman - Week Two Winner Vivec Guild of Mages Expansion By Mordaxis - Week Two Winner Pointy Ingredients Hurt Coming Out By Mort Better Vanilla Leveling By PsychoThruster - Week Two Winner Idle Magic Regen By NazoX9 - Week Three Winner The Royal Game of Ur By Lord Berandas - Week Three Winner One of a Kind - Daedric Weapons Armor and Shields By Mort - Week One Winner Chrysamere PBR By Remiros - Week One Winner Buyable Houses By NazoX9 - Week One Winner Cliff Racers By Danae Barabus Fireplaces Retexture By Sbman - Week Two Winner Vivec Guild of Mages Expansion By Mordaxis - Week Two Winner Pointy Ingredients Hurt Coming Out By Mort Better Vanilla Leveling By PsychoThruster - Week Two Winner Idle Magic Regen By NazoX9 - Week Three Winner The Royal Game of Ur By Lord Berandas - Week Three Winner Near Vanilla Road Sign Replacer By Atrayoinis - Week Four Winner Know Thy Enemy By Drakevarg - Week Four Winner Immersive Corprus By Mort Wolverine Hall Directions By Capostrophic Wolverine Hall Interior Expansion By Mordaxis - Week Four Winner Loot Well Urned By Pseunomix The Fires of Orc By Gavrilo93 Immersive Madness By Rot Telvanni Strider House By WulfShaman Adventurer's Asylum by Ignis-of-Vinheim Mzuhnch - Dwemer Dungeon By Rashiel Imperials Go Home By Rats Tel Galen- Evil Telvanni Player House By ThalmorAssassin AKA Mythic Emperor The Morrowind Randomizer By Mort and Greatness7 Morrowind Septim Coin Gold Replacer 3.0 By StaticNation Balmora, Base of Operations By Denina Nine Dragons Katana Demo By Drakkmore Rack a' Tweaks By Blueclock3000 The Port Town of Chextine By ThatDwemerGuy Description: "The Road goes ever on and on down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, and I must follow, if I can, pursuing it with eager feet, until it joins some larger way where many paths and errands meet. And whither then? I cannot say." - J.R.R. Tolkien In the early days of May 2002, a little game came out called The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. It would go on to save Bethesda Softworks from bankruptcy, sell millions of copies, and become the most popular game for modding at the turn of the century. Now, 15 years later, over 23,000 mods have been released for Morrowind between Morrowind Nexus and Morrowind Modding History and the modding community is still going strong, with over 600 mods released last year alone. In order to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of Morrowind, we're doing something special, we're holding a May Modathon Month! Throughout the entire month of May, participating modders on the Nexus , The Assimilation Lab and GHF who submit Morrowind mods could get a chance to win indie or AAA games each week. Likewise, all participating mods will be entered to win the Mod of the Month Award, with a ton of games as a prize. Not only that, but all winners will get trailers, special showcases, and numerous video features on Morrowind Modding Showcases. And the winner of the Mod of the Month award will naturally get featured in our Mod of the Month series, celebrating the best mods released for Morrowind each month. Participation and How it Works: You can participate by leaving a short note in the mod description page of your mod at Morrowind Nexus, The Assimilation Lab and GHF that includes "Part of the May Modathon Month" somewhere near the top of the description. Every week two-three different modders will be selected at random to win a single AAA or Indie game, and the way this works is that we'll compose a list of all participating mods released that week, plug them into a random number generator, and the top three results we get back will be the winners for that week. If you win in one of these weekly drawings, I'll send you a message on the Nexus, GHF, TAL, or some other forum board notifying you that you've won and providing a list of three games you can choose from as your prize. If you already own all three games, or want to specify a particular genre of game you want as a reward, I'll send you an updated list to choose from. Please try not to abuse this system though, due to financial reasons, I can't necessarily give you the best games on the market right now, even with the recent public funding of Morrowind Modding Showcases, we can't always afford the newest games to giveaway. So please, don't abuse the system! The second way you can win is through the grand prize, the mod of the month award with 5~8 games as prizes. This award is determined by a panel of five secret judges who'll be going through and rating each mod in the entire event on a simple numerical scale. The scale they'll be using can be found below: 4 Points for Mod Creativity or Innovation (What does the mod do? Is it well designed? Unique? Add something new?) 4 Points for Judge Preference (How well the judges liked the mod) 2 Points for Mod Functionality (Cleaning, Works, Are there bugs?) The total points possible for any mod is 50, or a 10 out of 10 from each judge. In the event of a tie, we should have enough games to go around for all. Indeed, we have over 100 games in stock to give away, so if you collaborate on a mod with someone else, regardless of which of the two ways you can win, everyone involved will still get something for their efforts. Rules: Overall this competition and giveaway is pretty easy to understand, and there aren't a whole lot of rules involved, but there are a few things we should clear up just in case. First, all types of mods are perfectly acceptable. From texture replacers to gameplay tweaks to content mods like house mods, quest mods, or dungeon mods. All of those are fine and will be accepted for the competition! The only kind of mod that will NOT be accepted is cheat mods, i.e. placing a barrel full of loot in the middle of Seyda Neen or placing a daedric longsword in the Census and Excise Office. Cheat mods like that will not be considered for the competition. Second, all submitted mods must be, at least for the most part, safe for work. Questionable content is acceptable so long as it isn't the entire mod, remember we have to showcase these and we can't showcase adult-themed mods on the channel! Also, it should be pointed out that for larger mod projects, you can submit a demo or playable beta of your mod as part of the competition and it'll be perfectly acceptable. I do need to stress that it must absolutely be playable though. Any mod that crashes to desktop upon loading the game will not be considered. Remember, this only applies to mods released in May, so let's all get to modding and make this the 15th Anniversary that Morrowind deserves! If you don't know how to mod, check out our Let's Mod Morrowind series for a visual guide to modding - including interiors, basic scripting, and quest design. If you have any questions about this event, please send me a message here on the forums!
  4. I ran into a really odd problem while fixing a bug and thought I would share it. If anyone has any insight into the problem, please share because at face value, my observations make no sense and should be impossible. After updating a script running on a plate used for cooking in CB an unexpected constellation of variable values hits the scripts and causes an error. The error wasn't fatal and I've found a way to fix it in the meantime, so there is no acute problem. The unexpected constellation was caused by a local update that set all variables to 0 while a quest it interacts with still carries a value that indicates a fire has been found, which is no longer true when the local variables were set to 0. One way that fixed the problem was to set the quest value to 0 at the same time that the other variables were set to 0, but before I hit on that, I found the following problem. Careful tracing of console feedback isolated the problem to this section of code: Note the line in commented with ";once a fire is found", second from the top. This is the console feedback from a run which involves activating the plate near a fire: So if the line mentioned above is doing what it is supposed to and detecting that CBFindFireQ.rCBFireRef is 0, the three lines immediately below it should run. But instead it is clear that the else clause is running instead. The only conclusion I can draw from this is that if eval( CBFindFireQ.rCBFireRef == 0 ) is failing for some reason. Now with a single change to the line of code commented with "; once a fire is found": I get the following feedback: This shows that IsFormValid == 0 is getting the job done. "The Error - Invalid fire" line is running and the script auto-corrects the problem. The one significant difference between Reference == 0 and Reference IsFormValid == 0 is that the latter will treat a disabled Reference as 0, while a disabled Reference will often still have a FormID which should be picked up if the value is non-zero. But for some unknown reason, the check is failing. In this particular case, IsFormValid works fine for the situation, so I have a solid fix for this problem. My concern is more of a theoretical nature, since I can't explain how Reference == 0 fails and I use it deliberately in other cases. My question for the local experts is how can Reference == 0 be failing when the console feedback reports the value of the Reference to be 0000 0000? EDIT: It occurred to me that the problem could, conceivably, relate to the use of eval. I ran an explicit test just like the first one, except the key line read: if ( CBFindFireQ.rCBFireRef == 0 ); once a fire is found The results were identical with those from the test where eval is present. That rules out eval as the source of the problem and thus pushes it into something in the scripting language or a lower level.
  5. Morrowind May Modathon Month 2016 Celebrating Morrowind's 14th Anniversary Week One Winners: TASB - Time and Space Bubble (TARDIS) By Dagoth Agahnim - Video Showcase Better Spriggans By Sigmaund Week Two Winners: Memories of Morrowind by Illy Buff Clipping (A.K.A. Overbuff Kickback) by svengineer99 Tamrielic Lore by PikachunoTM Description: "The Road goes ever on and on down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, and I must follow, if I can, pursuing it with eager feet, until it joins some larger way where many paths and errands meet. And whither then? I cannot say." - J.R.R. Tolkien In the early days of May 2002, a little game came out called The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. It would go on to save Bethesda Softworks from bankruptcy, sell millions of copies, and become the most popular game for modding at the turn of the century. Now, 14 years later, over 22,000 mods have been released for Morrowind between Morrowind Nexus and Morrowind Modding History with the modding community still going strong. In order to celebrate the 14th Anniversary of Morrowind, we're doing something special, we're holding a May Modathon Month! Throughout the entire month of May, participating modders on the Nexus , The Assimilation Lab and GHF who submit Morrowind mods could get a chance to win indie or AAA games each week. Likewise, all participating mods will be entered to win the Mod of the Month Award, with a ton of games as a prize. Not only that, but all winners will get trailers, special showcases, and numerous video features on Morrowind Modding Showcases. And the winner of the Mod of the Month award will naturally get featured in our Mod of the Month series, celebrating the best mods released for Morrowind each month. Participation and How it Works: You can participate by leaving a short note in the mod description page of your mod at Morrowind Nexus, The Assimilation Lab and GHF that includes "Part of the May Modathon Month" somewhere near the top of the description. Every week two-three different modders will be selected at random to win a single AAA or Indie game, and the way this works is that we'll compose a list of all participating mods released that week, plug them into a random number generator, and the top three results we get back will be the winners for that week. If you win in one of these weekly drawings, I'll send you a message on the Nexus, GHF, TAL, or some other forum board notifying you that you've won and providing a list of three games you can choose from as your prize. If you already own all three games, or want to specify a particular genre of game you want as a reward, I'll send you an updated list to choose from. Please try not to abuse this system though, due to financial reasons, I can't necessarily give you the best games on the market right now, even with the recent public funding of Morrowind Modding Showcases, we can't always afford the newest games to giveaway. So please, don't abuse the system! The second way you can win is through the grand prize, the mod of the month award with 10~15 games as prizes. This award is determined by a panel of five secret judges who'll be going through and rating each mod in the entire event on a simple numerical scale. The scale they'll be using can be found below: 5 Points for Mod Functionality (Mod does what it's supposed to) 3 Points for Mod Quality (Polish and extra features) 2 Points for Mod Cleaning (No dirty references or GMSTs) The total points possible for any mod is 50, or a 10 out of 10 from each judge. In the event of a tie, we should have enough games to go around for all. Indeed, we have over 100 games in stock to give away, so if you collaborate on a mod with someone else, regardless of which of the two ways you can win, everyone involved will still get something for their efforts. Rules: Overall this competition and giveaway is pretty easy to understand, and there aren't a whole lot of rules involved, but there are a few things we should clear up just in case. First, all types of mods are perfectly acceptable. From texture replacers to gameplay tweaks to content mods like house mods, quest mods, or dungeon mods. All of those are fine and will be accepted for the competition! The only kind of mod that will NOT be accepted is cheat mods, i.e. placing a barrel full of loot in the middle of Seyda Neen or placing a daedric longsword in the Census and Excise Office. Cheat mods like that will not be considered for the competition. Also, it should be pointed out that for larger mod projects, you can submit a demo or playable beta of your mod as part of the competition and it'll be perfectly acceptable. I do need to stress that it must absolutely be playable though. Any mod that crashes to desktop upon loading the game will not be considered. Remember, this only applies to mods released in May, so let's all get to modding and make this the 14th Anniversary that Morrowind deserves! If you don't know how to mod, check out our Let's Mod Morrowind series for a visual guide to modding - including interiors, basic scripting, and quest design. Please Note: This event is being hosted by Morrowind Modding Showcases, and is not affiliated with Nexus Mods, The Assimilation Lab or Great House Fliggerty. We have, however, received permission from all sites for hosting mods related to the competition, so hopefully there won't be any problems there. If you have any questions about this event, please send me a message here on the forums!
  6. Surprising Source of Information

    We like to buy DVD's or Blu-Ray of movies that we like and I've started watching the special features. We bought the special edition of Ice Age, which includes a second disk of special features. Most are a waste of time, but the section called Under the Ice actually has a lot of really good tips if you're looking at doing a big modding project. Animated movies are very similar to making mods because, as they point out in the features, you are responsible for creating the entire environment. The elements that they cover in the features for this movie include discussions of how to create a character and rigging. Much more detail than your standard extra features. These aren't tutorials by any means, but they might help with planning. I thought they had the best explanation of rigging that I've ever seen. They also talk about including voice actors early to help you develop your characters. That may not be practical given that we can't pay our help, but if you are fortunate enough to find people willing to provide such input, I think it is something that you should take advantage of. I have worked with many voice actors, some of whom are professionals, and their advice has resulted in us rewriting a couple of our quests in DBC.
  7. Difference ?????

    What's the Difference between Menus, Menus50 and Menus80 in Oblivions Data Files?
  8. Darkelfguys first episode of his Morrowind modding spotlight is up! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsNAn5VYlTk What did you all think?
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