Content of the article: "ENB Menu Stopped Working"
Issue: Today my ENB menu stopped functioning in game
Yesterday I was able to use it multiple times. After reviewing threads and posts on this topic for several hours today I am still unable to resolve the issue. Your advice is greatly appreciated.
- Skyrim LE + Rudy ENB + ELFX + NLVA
- Intel i7 + nVidia GTX 1070
Enblocal INI settings:
- Steam: Overlay Disabled
- nVidia GeForce Experience: Uninstalled
- No third party tuners or overlays present that I know of
- enbhelper.dll is included in the current ENB Rudy package
Three of my ENB input commands do work in game!
The remaining ENB input commands do NOT work!
KeyEditor (Shift+Enter) is the primary function I am interested in, naturally.
Switching key codes does not change which commands will work!
Test 1: Since KeyShowFPS=106 does work, I swapped enblocal INI input such that:
In this modified swap, SHIFT+ENTER correctly opens KeyShowFPS, but SHIFT+Num* does not open KeyEditor! This surprised me as I was expecting that SHIFT+ENTER was being blocked or interrupted by some other process, and would not work at all. This turns out not to be true though, since SHIFT+ENTER will initiate the KeyShowFPS command!
Test 2: Reinstall Rudy ENB with fresh copies of all files including dll, enbhost, enblocal.ini, enbseries.ini, and enbseries folder.
- No change!
My intuition tells me that KeyEditor (as well as the other ENB input commands I listed) are somehow being disabled. That said, I am not aware of any INI setting in enblocal nor enbseries that controls this. Per my swap test SHIFT+ENTER as a command input is NOT being blocked by a third party. I've exhausted web and Reddit searches on this issue. It's possible that I missed something important, of course!
Community, I need your help. Do you have any ideas or suggestions?
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