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According to the [http://forum.step-project.com/topic/10094-tes5edit-by-elminsterau/page-18 TES5Edit Support Forum]: <span style="margin:0px 10px 10px 0px;border:1px solid #00C600; color: lightgray; background-color:#424242;padding:3px;
 
According to the [http://forum.step-project.com/topic/10094-tes5edit-by-elminsterau/page-18 TES5Edit Support Forum]: <span style="margin:0px 10px 10px 0px;border:1px solid #00C600; color: lightgray; background-color:#424242;padding:3px;
 
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">"All plugins from the Data folder are sorted into 2 groups by extension (and extension only, ESM flag in plugin's header doesn't matter): *.ESM and *.ESP, then each group is sorted by plugin's file timestamp. Then '''xEdit''' loads all ESM, then all ESPs. The order of masters in plugins doesn't affect anything."</span> This suggests that whenever possible, you should move any "false ESM flagged" ESP files to the bottom of the list of ESM files in your load order if you want '''xEdit''' to match your game "load order" when it loads or sorts master files.
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">"All plugins from the Data folder are sorted into 2 groups by extension (and extension only, ESM flag in plugin's header doesn't matter): *.ESM and *.ESP, then each group is sorted by plugin's file timestamp. Then '''xEdit''' loads all ESM, then all ESPs. The order of masters in plugins doesn't affect anything."</span> This suggests that whenever possible, you should move any "false ESM flagged" ESP files to the bottom of the list of ESM files in your load order if you want '''xEdit''' to match your game "load order" when it loads or sorts a plugin's master files.
 
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Revision as of 00:40, 28 April 2017


Overview

This template is so it may be included in several instances in the articles:

Programs and Tools

  • A plain text editor like Windows Notepad.

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