Missing Mod? Silence is Golden
07.11.2011 @ 00:32 #1
07.11.2011 @ 00:50 #2
07.11.2011 @ 01:08 #4
29.04.2012 @ 00:32 #6
The author's name is Gloomfrost:
Someone else is asking for this mod, and I've just checked my files, and I don't have it, so if you would upload it to Nexus, that would be great.
29.04.2012 @ 01:20 #7
I will need to edit the author`s name though . Could have sworn it was ST Ghost .
29.04.2012 @ 01:54 #8
St. Ghost also made a mod to remove annoying sounds. I wasn't saying that whichever mod you have was made by Gloomfrost; I was saying that the Silence Is Golden mod was made by Gloomfrost. But if the one you found tones down the teleportation portal sound, silences Alvin, and has a lot of files of Geralt saying, "How," then it's Onkl's How Mod, not the Silence is Golden mod.
Thanks for uploading it!
29.04.2012 @ 03:05 #9
Thanks for uploading it! ›››
Also updated it in the TW1 Mods Thread
08.02.2013 @ 03:18 #10
09.02.2013 @ 01:27 #11
I searched the net for quite awhile trying in the past to locate the "silence is golden" mod but so far have had no luck in locating it yet .
09.02.2013 @ 02:39 #12
Onkl's How Mod contains SEPARATE sound files for each of the sounds it alters. If you simply add the sound you do want to change -- new-map.wav -- to your Data directory and discard the others, you'll have what you want.
If you download Onkl's How Mod, you get a folder, Sounds-278-.zip. Unzip that, and you'll get a folder called _sounds. Inside that folder will be 11 sound files. Copy the new-map.wav file to your The Witcher Enhanced Edition\Data folder, and you'll be all set.
09.02.2013 @ 14:36 #13
If you download Onkl's How Mod, you get a folder, Sounds-278-.zip. Unzip that, and you'll get a folder called _sounds. Inside that folder will be 11 sound files. Copy the new-map.wav file to your The Witcher Enhanced Edition\Data folder, and you'll be all set. ›››
Alright, that sounds like a great plan. So the files need to go into the Data directory, not into Override?
*Edit: Never mind, I played for a bit and confirmed the data directory is the way to go. Thanks for your help.