First of all: Hello and thank you for your time
I'm having an issue that's annoying me for a bit of time now. I downloaded the preset collection (SunJeong Body Preset Collection - CBBE) and applied to BodySlide, what occurs is that some outfits just can't match the physics/size from the body (the outfit is larger (or smaller) and leaves a gap between the cloth/body and e.g. If I use a piercing mod the physics applied to that piercing is different from applied to the body/outfit - the breast size physics looks different). Is there any easy way to apply the preset to all (modded) outfits? Which group/outfit/body I need to apply to fix that issue?
PS: I use Vortex; All outfits that I use are from SunJeong (Lots of "thanks" for all that great work on modding) and immyneedscake (idem); If the answer can be a step-by-step solution it would be very appreciative (I'm new at the tool, so I'm still adapting to it).
Thank you for your time 😁
So, as far as I know, this could potentially be an issue with the outfit not matching or having the body type/skeleton. This can sometimes happen when you install armor/outfit mods that simply aren't ported for your current body type.
For example; If you download an outfit that uses baseline CBBE, but you try to use a CBBE 3BBB body base. It can cause your body shape to change because even if you built the models in Bodyslide, it only has CBBE body meshes, and defaults to the standard CBBE model, rather than using 3BBB. The same can be said about an outfit that uses 3BBB, but all you have is standard CBBE.
Also, I know you've probably heard this a thousand times, but you really should consider using Mod Organizer 2 instead of Vortex. Vortex seems nice and hands-off, but larger mod lists become an organization spaghetti when trying to deal with Vortex in terms of mod priority and overwrites. Mod Organizer 2 also uses a virtual file system that doesn't actually tamper with the original Skyrim SE folder in any permanent capacity, keeping it nice and easy to remove mods and swap them around for experimentation on say, graphics mods. It seems scary to do the swap, but you'll be grateful with how easy it becomes to sort out file conflicts because it's simply a drag-and-drop menu to sort everything out by priority.
I don't know if I should have posted this on "Modding General Discussion" category... sorry about that