So I've heard some things about this bug, but it just keeps happening or going away randomly for me and I just don't know what's causing it and it's bloody frustrating, so I was hoping to find some insight on here. Traders I assign to commercial plots will work normally for awhile, but at random intervals they'll stop responding to me entirely, only answering dialogue initiation with the generic "Yes?" "Yeah?" or whatever as if they were generic, uncontrolled settlers out in the wild. I can't even ask them to trade items or initiate dialogue at all. Sometimes it's only traders in a specific settlement, sometimes it seems to be global for all my settlements, but it's only settlers assigned to SS Commercial Plots, and it seems to come and go randomly. Lately, however, it's been happening more and more and it's frustrating me. Strangely enough, traders assigned to commercial plots that make them "doctors" still have all their dialogue, probably because it acts off a different flag or something. I'm not very good with editing mods or anything to see what the deal with that is. I also noticed this same issue with Stash, the wandering chems trader, but it turns out that's a vanilla game bug that just so happens to be identical to what I'm experiencing, and while that might be relevant I just have no idea what to do with that information. The "Showbartermenu" console command still works perfectly fine, it's just annoying that I can't actually trade with these settlers normally or, y'know, treat them as Settlers without assigning them to something else first, and assigning them to something else then reassigning them doesn't seem to fix the issue. I saw that there was a common bug regarding named Settlers from vanilla having this sort of bug, but I dont' have any of those, so I don't know if it's also affecting that. Tried the stated fix for that on the wiki and it didn't work though, so I'm lost. Any suggestions would be appreciated.