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Post by OSOK on Sat Aug 27, 2016 6:57 pm

Hey's Saturday, and as usual, I've spent my morning deep in the files of FO4, rather than in the actual game. As some of you may know, I've restarted due to my overuse of the console command when attempting to "clean" the construction area at Vault 88.

I've now reached the concord police station and while I absolutely despise Reese...the knight uniform I despise worse...So I've had a retexture in place since i basically bought the game.

This time when I met Reese...he some sort of glow to some of his uniform. I examined my C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Fallout 4\Data\Textures\Armor\knightunderarmor directory and found a file called

"" the thumbnail shows the glowing sections

when I delete this...because my belief was that, if I remove this file the game would revert to the original texture reference...and when I did that, the entire suit is "glowing white" and is superimposed over the "knight_d"

I figured I would outsmart beth and just delete the entire folder "knightunderarmor" and force a use of the default textures...this only removed the use of "knight_d" and the "glowing white" suit was left only with nothing showing beneath it.

If I put everything works but uses the "glowing accents" shown in the knight_g and if I take any file and rename it to knight_g it doesn't work either (I took a copy of knight_d and renamed it to joy)

Nothing has changed in my load order in reference to armor or suits or brotherhood, any guidance or help is appreciated, as I really want to fix this issue, so when the time comes for Reese to meet his maker...I'm able to arrange place and time.

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Re: FO4 BOS Uniform Help

Post by Praeter_Victus on Thu Sep 22, 2016 11:29 pm

My guess is that it has to do with the alphas, which are not always clear at first glance. Do you have photo-editing software like Adobe Photoshop?
Also, where did you get the replacement texture?
Also, does the mod you used replace the mesh as well, or just the textures?

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