No. It is still possible to download mods from Nexus Mods. But it is not possible to edit mod installs. The plugin modifies the install script to make it possible to edit mods installed via the Nexus install scripts. It is not fully compatible with mod versions older than 1.1.1.
No, Vortex is not the new Nexus Mod Manager. Nexus Mod Manager (NMM) was a mod manager created by the team behind the Nexus Mods website. It allowed players to easily download, install, and manage mods for their games, along with other useful functions like downloading character skins, languages, and game fixes.
Vortex supports the Nexus Mod Manager (NMM). NMM was a free open source software that allowed players to easily download, install, and manage mods for their games. It started as a tool for mods developed for the Nexus version of Fallout: New Vegas, but the team behind it decided to create a new tool for Nexus Mods. NMM was free to download and use. Later on, the Nexus Mods team started another project that was also completely independant of the Oblivion Nexus Mod Manager, called the Nexus Mod Manager (NMM). It also had more features than NMM but also more features that made it more technically challenging and time consuming for people to make. NMM discontinued and deactivated NMM for Skyrim, while Nexus Mods remains released for these games. d2c66b5586