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Page 2 of 2 - Skyrim timescale - what is safe? The 1:1 is perfect but the ground popping in incredibly immersion breaking. - posted in General Skyrim Support: I use Dynamic Timescale to set outdoor areas to 8, city areas to 3, and indoor areas to 2. will bethesda still use that stupid timescale even though alot of people changed it if they could. Various settings. - posted in Skyrim Technical Support: Recently, I get the following in the game: AFT Warning: Global Value timescale is too large. Console Commands are a debugging tool available to PC players, adding a wide range of functionality to the game. 5:1, what timescale wise? Page 1 of 2 - What's and AFT & Why is it warning me? Some people say to not set the timescale to lower than 6 because of potential buggy quests, others have said they've had full … Works with all languages! The default is 20 meaning for every r/l minute 20 minutes pass in game. I havent had any problems in about 8 months of playing. The tilde key on American English keyboards also picture the grave symbol. The timeline page is a record of all notable events known to occur in The Elder Scrolls universe. On American English keyboards, the tilde key (~) will toggle the console screen, but on British English keyboards, that key is the grave key ( ` ). edit: reworded because some people are getting hung up on my post instead of the actual topic. I would set those values lower but Im a bit paranoid from everything Ive previously read. alot of people that had it on PC changed the timescale to something more reasonable than 30 to 1. they either used mods or they used the console like i did. Page 1 of 2 - Change Skyrim Time Scale - posted in File topics: Change Skyrim Time ScaleChange the duration of a day in Skyrim. You can set the 20 to whatever you feel most comfortable with. The default time scale in Skyrim and how to change it. » Thu May 17, 2012 11:26 am Skyrim's default time scale is 1:20 (so that one hour in the game will have a duration of three minutes in the real world), as can be verified by running 'show timescale' in the console on a "clean" save. Now while I was tempted to try to set the timescale to 1 I read that doing so can break quests, and AI. I am sure there is a change that can be made somewhere, perhaps in an .ini file, but I have not been able to find a timescale indication. Well the default ratio is 1:20, so for every minute that passes in real life, 20 minutes pass in Skyrim. For other uses, see Console Commands. I have a 1:1 (real-time) mod for Oblivion and was just looking for the same for Skyrim. Since I hate how fast days fly by in Skryim I used the console command Set Timescale to x. That would be a bit fast for my liking (since I was looking for real-time), but if it doesn't cause the issue it sounds better than vanilla, I'll check it out. Thats sweet, but what do I do about it?? This may cause instability with AFT.


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