We know it’s possible to turn the lampshades on and off, but the mod’s creators have also put in a ton of effort into getting it working correctly.
It’ll even turn on and dim if you turn the lights on while sitting or lying down.
We’ve already tried it and the results are spectacular.
This mod has all of the usual mods to it: it includes a light switch, a switch for the lamp, a dimmer button, and the ability to turn off the light when the night falls.
It’s also got the usual “switch” and “lock” buttons that we’ve seen before, but this time they’re not just for turning the lights off, they’re also used to lock the lamp on.
The mod is also compatible with the new Fallout 4 game and adds new, custom sounds to help players understand what’s going on around them.
There’s also a new perk, “Lampside,” that lets you use the lamp to power up an improvised flashlight.
The lights can be controlled by using a toggle switch on the back of the lamp.
Once you have the lamp activated, you can also toggle on and disable lights, switches, and other features that can be found on most other mods.
It has a cool little “toggle-in” feature that lets users control the lamp by dragging a finger up or down on the toggle switch and it also has an optional “lock-in,” which lets you set a time for the switch to turn itself off automatically.
It also has the usual mod-related features: you can change the lighting intensity and dimmer, the “lock and unlock” option lets you lock a specific lamp on and set a timer, and “switch to” and “[player name]” toggle buttons let you switch between different players in the mod.
All in all, it’s a very simple and fun mod to get going, and it’s an absolute joy to control.