Right now it's not a problem, but if I ever want to remove a mod what do I do I've scoured my computer and I'm positive the mods folder and files aren't just in a different place. Even the Mod Manager I was using had been uninstalled. I'm not even sure how it's possible the mods are still appearing.
@Xdragonborn15X That is very weird, were you using the old mod manager, or the Frosty mod one If it's the old one, mods shouldn't be able to show up if you don't have your merged mod folder in your Update folder.
If you're using Mod Manager, it's possible that your mods can still show up if you uninstall the program or delete the files because they've already been merged. If you want to get rid of mods, you're unfortunately going to have to create a new mod folder and re-download everything you want before merging again
If none of the hacks above resolved the crashing issue on Dragon age inquisition, the only option now is to reinstall the game. Many users say that uninstalling the game then reinstalling it afresh works like magic.
Dragon Age Inquisition is an interesting PC game that you can play today. However, that can be made impossible if the game crashes on launch. Luckily, this guide shows you exactly how to fix dragon age inquisition crashes on launch effectively.
To activate and install a mod simply select the mod within the Mods tab and click the \"Activate\" button. To deactivate and uninstall a mod simply click the \"Deactivate\" button. You can also double-click the mod in the list to activate or deactivate mods. Deactivating mods simply removes the files the mod used from the game folders and removes the content from your game. However it does not delete the archived file, so you can deactivate and activate mods you have within the Mods tab without having to redownload the files.
This modification changes strength of most of the tints. The basic tint colour is nearly removed, and the original tint is reduced to a distinctive sheen given to each material. The only exceptions are tier 7 materials -- drakeskin and dragonbone. As these components are supposed to be (at least in theory) rare and difficult to obtain, the tints for these materials were left at their original strength, to make such items stand out. The default colours were however tweaked, to match the appearance of creatures they're supposed to come from -- drakes/dragons for drakescale and high dragons for dragonbone.installation:---------------unzip the archive to folder \"../Bioware/DragonAge/packages/core/override\" which is typically located in \"My Documents\" folder.to uninstall:---------------delete folders \"tints-leather\" and \"tints-metal\" from folder \"../Bioware/DragonAge/packages/core/override\" 1e1e36bf2d