StarUI Inventory V2.3.2

StarUI Inventory V1.0.4

StarUI Inventory improves all inventory screens for the usage on PC. Compact display style. More details in sort-able columns. Item category icons. Category as left sidebar. Many Quality-of-Life features!

Much compacter overview of category list and item list
Properties like mass, value, value/mass, mass of stack, value of stack, damage, DPS, damage resistance, ammo type, ammo rounds, weapon type and item rarity are available as column. Only a few are on by default – add as much as you like via INI!
Sort the list to any of the columns by simply clicking on the column header (toggle asc/desc by another click)
Category icons before the item name, so you can directly see what a item is
Show category summarized mass
List navigation keys Page-Up, Page-Down, Home and End for fast navigation
Mass-transfer of a single category from/to container, from/to ship or buy/sell for trading! (Includes options to skip equipped, favorites and specific items)
Bigger scrollbar, so it’s easier to grab it.
Change the font or font size (If you don’t like the ALL UPPERCASE style. I recommend font number 3!)
Configurable mouse wheel scroll amount of lists
Option to make goes direkt back to game instead of character screen
Option to disable the starting and ending animation of inventories
Multi-language ready with easy translate-able files in the standard format
Has no plugins and no quests – Absolutely safe to install and uninstall at any time!
You can configure all options in the Data\Interface\StarUI Inventory.ini. (Will move to MCM as soon as one is available 🙂 )

Make sure you have the ArchiveInvalidation enabled!
Either use BethIni to comfortably set the value (called loose files there) or go to your “My Games\Starfield\StarfieldCustom.ini” and add “bInvalidateOlderFiles=1” and “sResourceDataDirsFinal=” to the [Archive] section (If that doesn’t work you can try to add it to your Starfield.ini in your game folder)
Install via mod manager or copy this mods content to your Starfield\Data\ folder (where the ba2 files are)
For some people that folder won’t work, copy the files to your My Games\Starfield\Data\ folder may work in that case

Everything can be controlled in the INI file Data\Interface\StarUI Inventory.ini.
The file is completely commented, so you will find your setting pretty quick!


Bethesda for making another great RPG!
Collective Modding discord – for morale support, testing, ideas and more! (Check it out!)
The xEdit-Team for their great continues work (Hopefulyl there will be a SFEdit soon!)

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