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Oblivion Itemizer (2.13) - File Description  

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Description:
Have you ever wanted or needed an item in Oblivion so much but just can't seem to get your hands on it? Well, search no further. Thanks to my creation, Oblivion Itemizer, you can have that item, or any item for that matter. By simply creating a list and then writing that list to a batch file using Oblivion Itemizer, and importing that list into Oblivion, those items will be loaded into your character's inventory. What's more? Every single item (there are 5407 items all together) has stats listed for them. But I'm not finished yet. Every database is sorted alphabetically by item name and is also searchable by item name. You can also sort any column in any database by ascending or descending.

As a side note, Oblivion Itemizer also includes Shivering Isles items within its databases.

In this release, I updated the help tab and re-wrote almost the whole User's guide. It is MUCH easier to understand now as I have discovered a new way to save the batch file. Before, you had to pick an area in a hard drive and use the hard drives' letter in the console command. But now, if you save the batch file in your Oblivion Installation directory (the one with the Data folder and the Oblivion executable) you only have to type in the command and the name of the batch file. No more confusing paths smile.

I also "upgraded" the Add Item tab so you can now import your custom items list file and make changes to it directly in Oblivion Itemizer and then save the changes.

Along, with that I made a few User Interface enhancements. I grouped all of the tabs together so that they are all visible at once.




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Oblivion Itemizer (2.13) - Readme  
Readme File:
/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/OBLIVION ITEMIZER-------
-------USERS GUIDE/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/

This users guide, along with the Oblivion Itemizer application, are
the property of SPIKE - magtrainerman1@yahoo.com

===================================================================

First and foremost, I would like to say that I spent almost 5 months initially
developing this program and it has undergone serious testing throughout those months of development. Therefore, I ask that anyone using Oblivion Itemizer would respect the fact that I worked very hard to create this program and to not redistribute it, alter it, modify it, or use its coding in any way without my strict written consent. This is mainly because I would like to take credit for Oblivion Itemizer as the creator, developer and designer. Though this type of program is not my original idea and there are some programs out there like it, the fact that I designed it should be enough for anyone using Oblivion Itemizer to abide by these "rules."


===================================================================
INSTALLATION: All the files that are required to run Oblivion Itemizer are already included in the folder. Simply double-click Oblivion Itemizer and enjoy!

===================================================================

Due to a heavy amount of confusion, I have decided to re-create the entire Oblivion Itemizer main help file. I realize that some of you out there are not familiar with the Oblivion in-game console and the "bat" command. So, and with no offense intended, I will write the new main help file in easy-to-understand terms.

Just as a side note - I am currently brain-storming an idea of how to actually automate the whole process of importing batch files, made with Oblivion Itemizer, into Oblivion. However, I cannot guarantee anything.

===================================================================

Before I tell you about how to create and then import (bring) batch files into Oblivion, there are a few necessary terms and a console command that I need to explain.


<---Terms--->

1.) Batch file

A batch file is basically a file that contains more than one line of words that tells Oblivion what to do. These lines of words are called "commands."

2.) Import

Importing simply means that you are bringing a file into Oblivion that Oblivion is not used to using (not native to Oblivion, for all things said). Don't worry though. Oblivion is designed to accept and use these files made with Oblivion Itemizer.

3.) File extension

Have you ever created a new text file and renamed it something other than "new text file?" If you have, then you should have noticed something at the end of that name. It looks like this: ".txt" That is called the "file extension." You will see why it is important for you to know this term later in the help file.

4.) Oblivion console

When you are playing Oblivion, there is something running in the background (behind the scenes, that you can't see right away) called the "Oblivion console." This is used to type commands into to get different results or to make certain things happen in Oblivion. It is a fairly simple concept and I will explain it in further detail later on. I will also explain how to access (or open up) the console.


<---Oblivion Console Commands--->

1.) bat

Short and sweet. The word "bat", when typed into the console, tells Oblivion that you are getting ready to import (bring) a file into Oblivion. Notice how the letters "bat" are the first three letters in the word "batch." Think of the bat command as just an abbreviation for the whole word "batch." Later in this help file, I will explain how to use this command.

===================================================================

:::::Accessing the Oblivion Console:::::

When you are playing Oblivion, usually no matter what is going on in the game, you can always press a certain key to bring up the Oblivion console. The key is as follows:

"~" ---This is called the "tilde" key. Kind of looks like an ocean wave, doesn't it? This key is located (on most keyboards) above the Tab key.

When you press this key, in most cases, whatever is going on in the game will pause (NOT FREEZE, BUT PAUSE). You will notice that your status bars and other stuff at the bottom of the screen will disappear. Don't worry, this is normal. You will then see a vertical white bar just sitting there in the lower left corner of your screen. When you type something, no matter what it is, this bar will start "spitting out" the characters that you are typing.


:::::Using the command:::::

So now that we have opened the console, let's go ahead and try out the bat command.

Now, assuming you have read the help text, which is located on the last tab in Oblivion Itemizer, you should have already created a batch file and saved it IN YOUR MAIN OBLIVION DIRECTORY.

Also, I am assuming that you named your batch file something unique. So instead of "batchfilename" (which I used below), use the name that you have given your batch file.

I am going to try my best to break up the command and path into little pieces so it is easier for you to understand:

- bat

- batchfilename

- .txt

Now that it is broken up, let's put it back together:

bat batchfilename.txt

Once you type this in, and after you hit "Enter" or "Return" on your keyboard, your batch file will be loaded into Oblivion and you will see that all of the commands that are in the batch file will be shown on the screen. You will also notice that it will appear that the items are added one at a time. But if you look in your inventory, all of the items will be there right away. So ignore the "item added" text at the top of your screen.

It is very important that you use the ".txt" after you type in your batch file's name. Otherwise, Oblivion won't know what kind of file it is and it will not be imported.

To exit out of the Oblivion console, simply press the "~" (tilde) key again on your keyboard. You will be back in the game and can continue dominating on the Daedra :).

===================================================================

If you are still lost or have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact me by email.

My email address is: magtrainerman1@yahoo.com

I wish you all the best and happy gaming!

~magtrainerman1~ A.K.A. ~spike1000~

===================================================================

Just as a side note, each database in Oblivion Itemizer is searchable.
When you search for an item in the desired database, the item(s) matching
the search criteria will automatically be highlighted. You have to be on
the tab that contains the database you want to search in.

===================================================================

I hope you enjoy my hard work!


===================================================================

Copyright © SPIKE 2009 - magtrainerman1@yahoo.com


<::::[|=== Oblivion Itemizer ===|]::::>

First and foremost- YOU USE Oblivion Itemizer AT YOUR OWN RISK!

I cannot and will not be held responsible for any damage done, in whole or in part, to any of your saved games.

Oblivion Itemizer has been tested and retested several times to ensure that using the batch files created with Oblivion Itemizer are safe for use with your in-game progress saves. There has never been an issue reported that indicates any kind of damage done. However, this does not mean that it is impossible for a batch file to inflict damage to your in-game progress saves.


Oblivion Itemizer (2.13) - User Comments  
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Total comments: 3 | Last comment: 08-07-2009 at 09:38

 #1 - 04-17-2009 at 10:04
Darth_Dan012
Joined: July 17th, 2008
Posts: 160
Thanks for the update! Rock

 #2 - 04-17-2009 at 16:46
Darth_Dan012
Joined: July 17th, 2008
Posts: 160
I can't get the items. I saved the batch file to the Oblivion folder and wrote it. When I type bat batchfile1.txt into the console it just says "the file 'batchfile1.txt' could not be opened"

I saved the batch file to the Oblivion folder on my Desktop (maybe that's why it isn't working).

 #3 - KotN Update Maybe? - 08-07-2009 at 09:38
Revans_Assasin_Designator
From: (Washington)
Joined: December 26th, 2007
Posts: 57
I was wondering if you could maybe make an update for this for Knight of the Nine
Thank You for this prgoram thoughbig grin



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