Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion - Save Game Manager
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Description: Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion - Save Game ManagerThis Save Manager allows you to quickly switch between your characters, see where you saved most recently with them, view the in-game screenshot stored in the save, and alter your difficulty and screenshot name for each character.
This Save Manager allows you to quickly switch between your characters, see where you saved most recently with them, view the in-game screenshot stored in the save, and alter your difficulty and screenshot name for each character.
You just put your characters saves into their own folders (under the My games Oblivion\Saves\, folder) and this program will detect them, allow you to create new ones and launch the game.
The program in no way harms your saves, it doesn't try to alter them, copy them, move them or delete them. 100% safe so you'll never lose your save files (and all those hours of gameplay) to a glitch.
To use the image feature take any image and rename it to char.jpg and place it into your characters save folder. Note - litterly use char.jpg not your characters name.
Active Save - the current active save
Last Operation - Load or New
Outcome of Operation - Success or Fail. Fail shouldn't happen.
Dir Listing Mode - On or Off, On will make the program use it's root directory rather than XP's MYDOC hack.
Game Difficulty: Alters the game difficulty
Rename Screenshots: Alters defualt screenshot name to CharacterName01,02,03 etc
Note: Please make sure you follow the instructions for existing characters.
Download here: Tessource
For those that want to know what each version had.
Added: Save thumbnail
Added: Image displayed for your character. If you place a jpg in the characters folder called 'char.jpg' the program will display it when you load that profile.
Fixed: Text cut-off with 'Place Saved' and 'Newest Save' status boxes.
Fixed: 'Place Saved' issue where location isn't shown at all, but instead, weird characters are shown.
1.6.1 - Version number and location fix
Flashy GUI - thanks to BeanE
Character save locations added
Most recent save listed
Remembers Settings for each character. saveman.ini stores settings located in my games/oblivion
Major overhaul of directory listing code.
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