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Issue Data
Status: Confirmed
Issue Type: Bug Report
Project: Unofficial Fallout 4 Patch
Component: Fallout 4: Automatron DLC
Category: Text
Assigned To: BlackPete
Platform: All
Severity: Very Low
Votes: 0
Watching: N/A
Opened By Stuchinoko on Jan 5, 2018 1:45 pm
Last Edited By BlackPete on Aug 26, 2020 12:30 pm

Issue #23438: Mr. Handy middle slot mod uses lowercase m for "Middle" unlike the rest of the listings

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5 comment(s)
MadCat221 said:
The root cause for this is proving difficult to find. It's not a COBJ form object. It's not a MISC. It's not a OMOD. Anyone have any other ideas?

BlackPete said:
The only thing I can find relevant to this is a keyword entry: DLC01_RobotWorkbench_Prefix_Middle (in FormList: DLC01_RobotWorkbench_HandyArmPrefixList)

However, "Middle" is capitalized correctly so this is either caused by some other mod or there's something hidden deep within the game data that we're not seeing.

Stuchinoko said:
I can definitely confirm the only mods used are Extended Dialogue Interface which shouldn't be touching the listing and the Unofficial Patch. I always avoid insane lists of mods otherwise I know these sorts of reports would be worthless.

BlackPete said:
Yeah, it's definitely a vanilla issue. There's clearly something we're missing. The typo is probably hidden in some record that is next to impossible to find in the CK. I've looked everywhere I can think of (keywords, form lists, etc.).

Comment #4 Jan 28, 2018 12:23 am  Edited by BlackPete on Aug 27, 2020 5:02 am
Iniquitatis said:
Uh, well, it is a pretty interesting bug.
I've tried exporting strings, then searching this word in a hex editor, and then even stupidly opening every possible *.esm/*.bsa in a text editor.
I might try decompiling the appropriate *.swf files just to be sure that there are no overrides for the "middle" word, or changing case for the six byte strings, or whatever the hell it might be.

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