Morrowind modding for smarties, part 5: dialog editing/fixing

Despite the fact that there are probably more dialogue-savvy modders than script-savvy modders around, not everybody seems to be aware of potential issues/existing tools to ease dialog development/fixing.

Gondoliers update to v 1.4

Gondoliers mod updated to version 1.4

Gondoliers update



Gondoliers mod updated to version 1.2

Morrowind modding for smarties, part 4: MWEdit, MWSE, MSC, Mash, Notepad++

A Morrowind scripting tools guide talking about MWEdit and MWSE/MSC usage, coupled with Mash and Notepad++...

Morrowind modding for smarties, part 3: tes3lint, tes3cmd and TESTool

Time to start using our Morrowind tools. We will speak about tes3lint, tes3cmd and TESTool.

Morrowind mod management: integrating tes3cmd in Mash

Tes3cmd is a wonderful tool, but as any command line tool it would be nice to have it integrated with our preferred mod management tool.
I use a right-click command in Mash to integrate tes3cmd, so I can clean multiple (but only those I need to clean) .esp with tes3cmd using Mash as GUI.

Morrowind modding for smarties, part 2: Morrowind specific tools

Continuing on the description of my current favourite modding tools, let's talk about more Morrowind specific programs.
There is not a all-purpose tool, but using "a little of this and a little of that" we can make our modder life simpler.

Morrowind modding for smarties, part 1: the tools of the trade

Seeing how incredibly new Morrowind modders generations keep coming despite the game being pretty old, I often thought about sharing what is my current state-of-the-art modding workflow. As a old-time modder, I think I have a quite good one so hopefully it will be of use to newcomers and experts too.

Morrowind scripting: on simple statements and setdelete delay

Some posts about suggested general script structure (using statements as simple as possible) and setdelete delay...

How to properly use TESTool

It is not difficult at all to properly use TESTool, but you must read the documentation before and learn to understand the log

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