A SkyUI-oriented UI overhaul for Skyrim AE.
- Last updated
- 2 hours ago
- Apr 20, 2022
Frequently Asked Questions
What is this?
A compilation of the most valuable and compatible user interface mods to create a fully featured, vanilla++ UI overhaul based on SkyUI for Skyrim Anniversary Edition, bundled together for easy installation.
Why do I need this?
It's an easy-to-install UI overhaul, so that you can move on with your mod list. You'll also have a whole new enhanced vanilla experience; the vanilla UI artwork is something to appreciate!
What else do I need for these to work?
Can I use this with Immersive HUD?
Nope. It's not compatible with TrueHUD. There's workarounds, but that defeats the purpose of an easy-to-install UI overhaul collection.
Can I use this with <suggested-mod>?
I don't know. You'll have to do your own in-depth research. All the mods in this collection are meant to be used together through natural compatibility or conflict resolutions. Anything out of this scope is not my concern.
What mods are you using in the screenshots?
Apart from everything in this collection,
- Culminated ENB
- Azurite Weathers
- Happy Little Trees
- Folkvangr - Grass and Landscape Overhaul
- Skyland AIO
- HD Characters collection (W.I.P.)
- HD Creatures collection (W.I.P.)
Do I need your other collections to use this?
Only those listed as requirements.
What do I do if Vortex installs optional mods by mistake?
Just deactivate (recommended) or remove them. The collections feature is still in early testing stage so there's bound to be bugs. Report it!
Will version updates for these mods ruin my mod list?
Maybe. I will do my best to keep the version checks in this collection up to date and check for incompatibilities with mods in my other collections.
Will this work for Pre-AE?
No. All my collections will only include mods and rules that are updated for the latest Skyrim and SKSE versions.
An Easy To Install Foundation.
My modular collections are tailored together for a strong, technical base in any mod list; they are meant to be used as is, or safely overwritten as you build on top of it. Make sure to group your Mods using the Collections column for easier viewing!
The STEP project for listing some of these mods and inspiring my own take on the Interface mod group, and all the talented authors.