Report abuse URWLNV Ultimate Edition v1.0 BETA
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URWLNV Ultimate Edition v1.0 is the successor of Nevada Skies URWLified v7.15. This mod is a mod which attempts to make lighting more realistic then vanilla.***** The main goal of this mod is to make a weathermod that is like URWLified, but with the scripting capabilities of URWLENB-FO3 and at the same time be compatible with ENB configs. So you can play with this mod without ENB, and with ENB, and also with ENB with nightvision support.***** There are 38 weathers in the mod, they can be enabled/disabled individually in the Climates. There are 8 special moods, 14 clear/cloudy weathers, 12 cloudy/overcast weathers and 4 rainy/snowy weathers. Rainy/Snowy weather can be enabled/disabled in the climate and can be enabled/disabled to appear scripted.***** There are a bunch of OPTIONAL extra's in the installer like better moon textures, sunglare, less glowing dust meshes, a weather forcing plugin, new nightsky and a plugin to enable the weather in Project Brazil.

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Guest Sep 18 2013, 7:09pm says:

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Marcurios
Marcurios Sep 18 2013, 8:00pm replied:

you could try, but i probably won't let you, unless you're a pretty girl..LOL...

I don't play with TTW,
Reason i did not try it is when it just came out, many people had problems with it, and later i just forgot about it.
Does it work OK these days ?

But there is a slight problem in FO3 having a different ambiance then New Vegas, so i probably would have to write a entirely new mod, and i really don't want to make a entire new mod again.

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leo2link
leo2link Oct 31 2013, 5:21pm replied:

It works well with TTW, TTW is now an almost fully functional mod I haven't had any issues with it thus far with 130+ hours with the latest version, with mods installed along with it too. so I can attest to it's success and easier installation now.

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Marcurios
Marcurios Nov 27 2013, 10:26pm replied:

i tried it too, but it doesn't look very good in the FO3 part, New Vegas is fine indeed, but FO3 not so much, but that is because i play with ENB, if you play without, it should be fine.
That being said, the weather in the FO3 part is not scripted, so there is no functionality there. you can ofcourse force weather there, but that's about all you can do there.

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ArgusMercenary
ArgusMercenary Sep 18 2013, 9:42pm says:

It does work ok now even with mods like FOOK, Project Nevada, NVEC(although some require patches to work). Its gone a long way since it was released. I use URWLified 7.15 with and it worked fine, with the exception of some stuff, such as some weathers not having some color values, thus causing a "blackout" whenever those weathers came in.

However, that is easily fixed by applying TTW's color values for those weather types into URWLified through FNVedit. Nonetheless, there is another problem, which is that whenever any weather types were triggered in the Capital Wasteland, they lasted about 30 seconds, I don't think anyone knew why that happened, I'm guessing it's something interfering with the weather scrips.

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Marcurios
Marcurios Sep 19 2013, 5:15am replied:

???, this mod is for New Vegas, if you use it any other way it will not function correctly.

So do NOT use it with TTW.
Or, you can use it with TTW but then you cannot complain or make statements about it not working correctly in any way, cause it is not ment to be used with something else then plainly New Vegas (optionally with all DLC's) or Project Brazil.

If you are knowledgable enough about mods and you can make it compatible fine, then release a patch for TTW, but don't say it doesn't work correctly if you use it outside of the intended scope.

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Jedix98
Jedix98 Sep 19 2013, 7:40am says:

May I inquire as to how you got night vision working in your enb preset? This has been bugging me a lot lately, because I've been looking for an enb preset that has support for night and thermal vision, and Blackout doesn't really fit my taste.

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Marcurios
Marcurios Sep 19 2013, 3:12pm replied:

i enabled #Applygamecolorcorrection in enbeffect.fx, but if you just enable this in for instance Midhrastic the entire ENB gets messed up, so you have to configure and re-tweak the entire ENB to get a desired result.

So it's not a question of simply enabling #Applygamecolorcorrection, and most of the time a "regular" ENB config stops working anyway if you just enable it.

So it needs to build from the ground up for the most part.

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mp150
mp150 Sep 20 2013, 1:26pm says:

(I've posted this under one of the screens and didn't think it won't appear here so you probably haven't noticed it)

Congrats, Marcurios. Looks very realistic, the weather variety is far better than with NSkies Urwl. I only need a little bit of time to adjust myself to the new version since the old urwl is more colorful and I've been using that for a long time now but in any case I'll stick with this one ;) The latest enb version is also a big plus, the performance hit seems smaller than with previous enbs. The weather menu is very simple with many options, the night brightness and the ability of using the Night vision makes it so much better. I've never asked you about this but why is there no N.vision version for Fo3?

No cons so far...the only slight glitch happens when I switch from enb to the ordinary setup (shift + f12) and some trees/grass models (I believe they are from the Wasteland Flora mod) become a blurry image that dissapears after 3 seconds or so.
Also I've noticed that unlike the Fo3 version the SSAO doesn't work well with a custom sunglare. But the SSAO makes a much bigger impact on a picture here than in fo3 in my opinion so my decision is clear.

I wish you only the best and hope you'll kick out of beta soon.

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Marcurios
Marcurios Sep 20 2013, 2:55pm replied:

Thanks.

Color/saturation can be added by installing The Imaginator.
Since the ENB keeps ISM's active all those mods will work.

There will be a version for FO3 but that will take some time, cause i first need to do some stuff for Project Brazil now, otherwise i'll never come round to that, and i promised those guys to retexture the world and do their weather and sound, so i'll have my hands full for the moment.

I don't use the wasteland flora mod cause those meshes don't play well with ENB, i have my own flora mod, so i wouldn't know about that.

i used ENB wrapper .161 with FO3, but the final version will use .216 or higher, that would take care of the SSAO and also the transparency problems.

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ForgedinBronze
ForgedinBronze Sep 30 2013, 4:55am says:

Marcurios I'm really digging the weather so far. Glad that you're going to add dust storms later on b/c I would love to experience it (and have it affect NPCs ability to see you too, which would be cool).
So I was wondering if you could combine all the DLC esps into ONE esp, for people who have all DLCs, like mua (and most everyone) :). Load orders are a precious thing (I was actually thinking of uninstalling b/c there's 5 esps and 1 esm I have to use) and condensing 4 down to 1 is always good. Let me know!

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Marcurios
Marcurios Sep 30 2013, 12:06pm replied:

Not in BETA stage.
If i'm ready i will make a merged esm for people who have the New Vegas Ultimate edition.
But doing that now would force me to make a merged esm every time i make a new version, and that is just too much unnecessary work, would cost me to much precious time.

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Marcurios
Marcurios Oct 19 2013, 12:52pm replied:

you should ask this at the ENBSeries forums, i'm not an expert on ENB errors.
But from what you tell me it sounds like you have Anti Aliasing or Water Displacement enabled in the Fallout Settings app.
Disable those two.

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honglong17
honglong17 Oct 20 2013, 11:24pm says:

Macurios, can i ask, this, i don't know why but when i use your mod, everything become....how to say "too bight ?", i mean i can;t see the sky , i wonder did i set up something wrong, ,i set the screen effect on Bloom

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Marcurios
Marcurios Oct 21 2013, 11:12am replied:

It only works with HDR.
The mod itself also works with bloom, but the ENB needs HDR.
And that's the way it should be played, i have not tested the mod itself with bloom, nobody plays with bloom anymore.

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Marcurios
Marcurios Dec 16 2013, 6:52pm replied:

Thanks, the next version will be even better.

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Marcurios
Marcurios Mar 7 2014, 7:37pm replied:

Then you could have disabled the clear weathers while you where there, i did not built this possibility in the mod for nothing.
Be a little inventive please instead of playing on with nice weather you do not want..
Personally i kinda dislike it when people do not think a bit.
I built in all these options because people asked me to, and now they're not using it..sigh..

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chiknnwatrmln
chiknnwatrmln Jul 12 2014, 12:05am says:

Hi Marcurios,

I just upgraded from Nevada Skies URLWified to this and this is a big step forward. Good work. I'm not sure if you're still working on this but if you added in sandstorms and even more weathers that would be awesome.

I'm also using the provided preset, but I have an issue with it. For some reason the shadows are super dark, and the detailed shadow effect is messed up. What I mean is the detailed shadows look like they are getting cut off, for example a shadow of my character might just be a leg or two and his torso.

As for the dark shadows, it is much more pronounced indoors. I've tried messing with the lighting settings (I'm no newbie to ENB presets) but no matter what I do the areas with light have just about perfect lighting, but the dark areas are pitch black. This may sound good (and is great for caves, etc) but the transition is very quick, for example in the Mojave outpost the areas in front of the two windows are nice and bright, but the area in front of the door between them is pitch black.

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chiknnwatrmln
chiknnwatrmln Jul 15 2014, 7:09pm replied:

I got the issue fixed, and the shadow glitch is just a problem with ENB.

Anyway, please let me know if you are still working on this. What you have so far is a great foundation.

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lonewanderer518
lonewanderer518 Jul 20 2014, 4:34pm replied:

Chiknnwtrmln cut off the shadows in your game launcher

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Marcurios
Marcurios Jul 21 2014, 10:07pm replied:

foundation ?
i spend more then a year to make this mod.

i'm currently making my own game in Unity.
maybe someday, if Project Brazil is finished, i don't know yet.

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chiknnwatrmln
chiknnwatrmln Jul 22 2014, 1:19am replied:

Not belittling your work, I saw you had planned on adding more content and figured this mod would be even better with it.

Regardless, thanks for the response.

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Marcurios
Marcurios Jul 22 2014, 5:39pm replied:

I understand, but since modding isn't bringing any food to the table, i diverted my attention to the real work and make game assets that do reward me, and at the same time make a game from that too, i am a very poor guy so i need income.
So i don't think i will get back to modding any time soon.

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chiknnwatrmln
chiknnwatrmln Jul 22 2014, 11:15pm replied:

No worries, do what you gotta.

Hopefully I'll see some of your mods for Fo4, whenever that gets released.

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