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Seneca37
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10 Feb 2014



As most are aware, UESP/wiki has a ton of resources. Below are links to a few of the pages I find useful.

MW Books, TR Books (*Updated 12/2014)**See below for Excel Spreadsheet with listing of TR Books/Scrolls with Descriptions,
MW Spells, TR Spells

The Imperial Library is also a great resource.

Let me know if there are any other pages that you find useful and I'll add them to the list.

Floating Items
Many Morrowind items require the modder to press “f” twice, in order for the item to sit flat on another surface. This is primarily due to the collision mesh of the item extending beyond the extent of the model mesh. The following file contains Morrowind mesh files that have had their collision meshes adjusted. I have concentrated on items that would be placed inside an interior. I have fixed items from the f, i, m, o, and x directories.

To use: Extract the contents of this file to the “Data Files\Meshes” directory of your Morrowind game. If you are using a pure vanilla installation – nothing should be overwritten.

Fixed MW Meshes

If you come across any items that still need to be “f”'d twice, please let me know.


MW & TR Items
The following PDFs contain pictures and either Ids or Model names, of various items from MW and TR. These are works-in-progress. I did not plan on releasing these until they were done, but I still find them useful when creating interiors and hopefully you will too. The items are grouped into various categories (Flora, Containers, etc) to make it easier to find what you are looking for. I am unsure when I'll get back to working on these but will post updates when I do.

BEDS
CONTAINERS
FLORA
INGREDIENTS
LIGHTS
MISC Items

STATIC Items
FURNISHINGS
CAVES

INTERIORS
Common
Dwemer
Imperial
Velothi/Vivec


Other Catalogs
Klinn's catalogues Clothing, heads and (some) terrain

DDS Previewer for Windows
http://www.nvidia.com/object/dds_thumbnail_viewer.html


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sasquatch2o
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15 Jul 2014



The PDFs you've added are a great resource. Hopefully once your done with these you can upload them along with the PDFs so they are "copy-pastable."
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Dragon32
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06 Apr 2008



seneca37 wrote:
As most are aware, UESP/wiki has a ton of resources. Below are links to few of the pages I find useful.

MW Books, TR Books, MW Spells, TR Spells

Let me know if there are any other pages that you find useful and I'll add them to the list.
<snip>

Have you seen Srikandi's TESCS Item Index?

seneca37 wrote:
<snip>
Floating Items
Many Morrowind items require the modder to press “f” twice, in order for the item to sit flat on another surface. This is primarily due to the collision mesh of the item extending beyond the extent of the model mesh. The following file contains Morrowind mesh files that have had their collision meshes adjusted. I have concentrated on items that would be placed inside an interior. I have fixed items from the f, i, m, o, and x directories.

To use: Extract the contents of this file to the “Data Files\Meshes” directory of your Morrowind game. If you are using a pure vanilla installation – nothing should be overwritten.

Fixed MW Meshes

If you come across any items that still need to be “f”'d twice, please let me know.
<snip>

I'm currently one of the people attempting to breathe new life into the Unofficial Morrowind Patch (Bethsoft), one of the things I'm (slowly) collecting are mesh and texture fixes. These meshes with altered collision boxes sound like they've got potential to be included. How would you feel about that?

seneca37 wrote:
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MW & TR Items
The following PDFs contain pictures and either Ids or Model names, of various items from MW and TR. These are works-in-progress. I did not plan on releasing these until they were done, but I still find them useful when creating interiors and hopefully you will too. The items are grouped into various categories (Flora, Containers, etc) to make it easier to find what you are looking for. I am unsure when I'll get back to working on these but will post updates when I do.

BEDS
CONTAINERS
FLORA
INGREDIENTS
LIGHTS
MISC Items

STATIC Items
FURNISHINGS
CAVES

INTERIORS
Common
Dwemer
Imperial
Velothi/Vivec

Have you seen Klinn's catalogues? Clothing, heads and (some) terrain.
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gro-Dhal
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That TR Books link is embarrassingly out of date
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Seneca37
Lead Developer
10 Feb 2014



sasquatch2o wrote:
... "copy-pastable."


I'm not sure I know what you mean by "copy-pastable"?


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sasquatch2o
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15 Jul 2014



Oh, sorry I meant the actual file for the editor so people can preview all the items and copy what they like into their interior. This combined with the PDFs would be very useful!
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Seneca37
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10 Feb 2014



Dragon32 wrote:
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Have you seen Srikandi's TESCS Item Index?

... These meshes with altered collision boxes sound like they've got potential to be included. How would you feel about that?

... Have you seen Klinn's catalogues? Clothing, heads and (some) terrain.


I hadn't seen those references - Thank You. I've included Klinn's at the top of the topic. Srikandi's is just a list (a nice list, very well done). If people find it useful I'll put it up top too. As for the meshes - sure use whatever you like.
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Seneca37
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10 Feb 2014



sasquatch2o wrote:
Oh, sorry I meant the actual file for the editor so people can preview all the items and copy what they like into their interior. This combined with the PDFs would be very useful!


Good Idea. I'll see what I've got. I did most of these awhile ago - and I know I've deleted a few of the esp files by accident while cleaning out my data files dir. But I'll add what I have.
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Seneca37
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10 Feb 2014



Added links to Nvidia's DDS previewer for Windows, and to the Imperial Library
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Seneca37
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10 Feb 2014



Here is a list of TR Books (from TR_Data.esm) with Subject and Descriptions. Special thanks goes to klep for compiling the list.


TR Book Listing With Description.7z
 Description:

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Seneca37
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10 Feb 2014



Edited top notice to indicate that the TR Book page on wiki has been updated.
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10Kaziem
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03 Apr 2015



Valuable tool: https://developer.nvidia.com/nvidia-texture-tools-adobe-photoshop

This is essential for any texture editors that use Photoshop. As of October 2015 this plugin still works with Photoshop CC 2015.
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