Export your OpenMW load order to a folder that you can use with
tes3cmd. Useful for things like Vtastek's Shaders' LightFixes patch.
NOTE: Unfortunately, this tool does not support Windows at this time. If you're a Windows user and a capable scripter, please reach out to me so we can fill this usage gap! In the meantime, here's what the script does that you'd need to do by hand:
- Create a "fake" Morrowind install; meaning some root folder that contains an empty
Data Filesfolder and a valid
- Copy each plugin from your OpenMW load order into that empty
Data Filesfolder. Make sure that each are dated appropriately, such that
Morrowind.exewould read them in the correct order (by timestamp).
- Add each plugin to the
Morrowind.inifile, ordered correctly.
- Run the
tes3cmdcommand specified in Vtastek's readme.html file.
- If all goes well, you should now have a LightFixes.esp plugin.
Usage instructions for this tool can be found here.