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About Ithlia

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    I was always making something when I was younger. I carved, sewed, made Christmas ornaments by the dozen, I made jewelry, in fact anything that I could create with my hands was fair game. However after developing carpel tunnel syndrome with my last pregnancy all that came to an end. Until I discovered modding! Now that is my creative outlet and I love it. Best of all there is no mess to clean up when I'm done.
  1. Hi all. Sorry for the late update to Hill House. My life has been a bit chaotic lately. My eldest son moved away, which was very upsetting for me, and we adopted a rescue dog who just can't understand why I would pay attention to this odd looking box. So she sits at my feet and complains but I think she will relent eventually. I'm starting to miss modding.
  2. I already tried that. Uninstalled and then deleted all NifSkope files... no luck. However when I did a search on my system to see where that dll is also used it came up as part of my Nvidia card which did an update yesterday.. the same day my NifSkope started crashing. I have a sneaking suspicion that Nvidia may be responsible. Is that a possibility?
  3. I am not sure where to ask this so I thought I would try here. My NifSkope has started crashing every time I try to change the texture path on a mesh. I get to the folder where the texture is located. click on it and NifSkope crashes. I've used NifSkope for years now and have never had this problem so I'm guessing that I accidentally changed something but I have no idea what. This is the problem details Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: NifSkope.exe Application Version: Application Timestamp: 50a811c3 Fault Module Name: ddsView.dll Fault Module Version: Fault Module Timestamp: 3e4c5a72 Exception Code: c0000005 Exception Offset: 000082c8 OS Version: 6.1.7601. Locale ID: 4105 Additional Information 1: a7aa Additional Information 2: a7aa91f17ea749d42a4de3b390fa5b3d Additional Information 3: a7aa Additional Information 4: a7aa91f17ea749d42a4de3b390fa5b3d I can manually type in the texture path but that gets tedious. Anyone have any idea what I did?
  4. Version V1.0


    This is a very simple mod, nothing new, nothing fancy. I decided to play a non armor wearing mage and since I use Frostfall I needed a set of warm clothing for her. I have a couple of sets of pretty mage clothing but they seemed very inadequate when my character was in the far north and standing in a blizzard. Since I couldn't find anything that looked warm enough, I took the Skaal armor and removed the armor stats and armor keywords and turned it into clothing. I decided to share this in case there were any other freezing mages out there. ;-) The set includes the coat, gloves, boots and hat and they can be found in a knapsack at the Skyforge in Whiterun. If you use Frostfall you will need to use 'Inspect Equipment' to set the clothing to the desired exposure protection. Frostfall does not recognize it automatically. This mod requires the DLC Dragonborn and the latest version of Skyrim. It does NOT require Frostfall. Install with NMM or if you prefer a manual install just drop FurLinedClothes.esp into Skyrim/data and activate. To uninstall use the NMM or delete FurLinedClothes.esp. There are no files or scripts attached to this mod. Cleaned with TES5Edit 3_0_30
  5. heh.. that is the light control panel for the main floor of one of my house mods, The Moors. I had been looking at a lot of Steampunk stuff when I built that house and that influenced how the house looked. I was checking out the outfit that my character is wearing and I thought it was a good backdrop for it since the outfit was Steampunk influenced as well.
  6. From the album Ithlia's Collection

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