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Unable to communicate with vendors. (Games : Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim : Mods : Skyrim - Doctor Who : Forum : Bug Reports : Unable to communicate with vendors.) Locked
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Feb 23 2012 Anchor

So as i mentioned in the comment thread you cannot talk to any of the vendors. They will say hi and stuff like that just like normal NPC's that you cant talk too but thats about it. Also everything seems to be already owned by the user, I can take anything from any store thats just lying around and all the beds in the tavern are owned by me.

Feb 24 2012 Anchor

Yeah I can talk to the alchemist on one save but not on the new one I made, must have done something on console on the last one hehe, I will get that sorted out, I have the rest of the vendors done too now and will do the navmesh today, so the market district will be done and I will release it as 1.1. I noticed the ownership too, I just forgot to set them to be owned by anyone at all, so not owned by the player but doesn't count as theft as nobody owns them. I should have all that fixed by the 1.1 release and it should be up tonight, if authorization takes too long then it wont be up till tomorrow morning, might upload it to mediafire and put the link up here too.

Feb 24 2012 Anchor

ok sounds good thanks.

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