How can I get loot sort load order?
From within LOOT, click the “Sort Plugins” button in the top right corner – this should automatically sort your mod list based on what LOOT thinks is the best practical load order, but it’s not a good idea to follow LOOT’s load order exactly. We will just use it as a sort of guideline.
What is load order optimization tool?
About this mod. Setting the right load order for your mods is a crucial step to enjoying a stable modded game. The Load Order Optimisation Tool (LOOT) can help with that, by providing automated load order sorting that’s simple to use and fully customisable.
Does loot change your load order?
No, it just means that the load order LOOT calculated is exactly the same as your current load order, so you don’t need to apply or cancel it.
Why won’t loot detect Skyrim?
Why does LOOT fail to detect Skyrim & Skyrim SE? The most common reason behind LOOT failing to detect Skyrim is you overlook launching the game via Steam. Other than that, if you fail to run LOOT from mod organizer two or LOOT fails to catch the game path, you are likely to face the issue.
What does xEdit cleaning do?
xEdit provides several tools that help mod authors to clean their mods of extraneous / duplicated references, fix deleted references and to merge plugins together. These utilities can help a mod author avoid many conflicts with other mods and is considered a best practice.
Does vortex sort load order?
Vortex comes with LOOT integrated into it and will automatically sort your load order in a sensible fashion to avoid conflicts and achieve a stable setup. That being said, with Vortex you are still able to define your own rules for both plugins as well as groups of plugins for more granular control of your load order.
What is loot folder?
LOOT Folder. The sub-folder which LOOT uses to store the game’s files in. Each game must be given a unique sub-folder.
How do I uninstall loot?
If LOOT was installed manually:
- Delete the files you extracted from the location you chose.
- Delete the LOOT folder in your local application data folder, which can be accessed by entering %LOCALAPPDATA% into Windows’ File Explorer.