OK, I’ve hit a problem with generating BSA’s for Azura’s Watch. BSA files are great, because I can pack down all the resources I use for the mod in one compressed file. This means my mod won’t overwrite anything on the end user’s computer or mess with their Data files directory, as opposed to just packing down my mod with loose files. At this point, it might not even matter, but in the end, I’d really like to work with BSA’s.
The problem with my BSA is that when testing it on my wife’s computer, the Distant Land LOD won’t show up in-game. It’s obviously not read from the BSA. If I pack the LOD separate, the rest of the resources in the BSA won’t show up instead. It’s a dilemma.
Geezus! And it’s too hot for me to think straight right now. It’s like 40 degrees Celsius around here and I can’t stand the heat. I mean, I can take it in my tropical mod, but not in real life. Gonna leave you with a screenshot again. Cheers.
Oh, by the way. All my screenshots are done with the Seasons of Skyrim ENB. I’ll make some vanilla screenshots later on too, to show how the mod looks in an unmodded, vanilla state of Skyrim. From what I saw on my wife’s machine, Azura’s Watch looks pretty good vanilla too!