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This is the documentation and support site for 's The Sims 3 Mod Suite. You will find a search capability to the left that will allow you to navigate to specific mod pages, or you can simply click one of the links below, or on the menu to the left. News on mod development is available here : State of the Mod . This site can be viewed anonymously, and files can be downloaded without having to register. Posting in the sections for each page can be made without membership to my wiki, however you must be registered on the wikispaces site itself in order to post. The Discussion section for any page can be reached by pressing the "Discussion" button in the top-right corner
Refresh caches and thumbnails These are temporary files that are saved by the game to make loading certain information faster. If these files have incorrect or corrupted data, it may prevent your game from loading. The game will regenerate fresh copies of these files each time it loads, so deleting them is perfectly safe, and it's normal for them to reappear. The Manual Way Do the first and then, test.
This guide will explain how to use custom content files that are in .package format in The Sims 3. Before You Start Make sure you've read Sims 3 CC Basics first!
Ok... I've seen a lot of houses here, which are nicely decorated, but not creatively. There's nothing wrong with putting furniture like we do in real life. Don't get me wrong with that.
A major element in The Sims 3 (base game) is the ability to plant and grow a variety of produce items with various effects. It is also a skill career , so your sims can register as a Self-Employed gardeners, earning special rewards for selling their work. Skill Levels There are 10 skill levels your sims can have in Gardening. Most levels have their own abilities and perks which are unlocked as your sim gains skill.
Skill Levels A Sim Fishing Sims aren't able to use all fishing related abilities immediately - instead, they must gain skill in fishing. Below is a list of the fishing skill levels and what can be done at each level. Fish Type and Baits These are all the fish you can find in the Sims 3.
Need help with landscaping and outdoor appeal of your gardens? This tiptorial is for you! These tips are not aimed at any specific level of skill - whether you've just installed the game or have been playing and building a long time, everyone can find something here to help improve their gardening skills. Because this tiptorial covers all aspects of the gardens you can apply this tiptorial to any type, style, or size of house. The tiptorial covers every aspect of landscaping, from terraforming to plant placement, so if there is a certain section you are weak on you can just read over the parts that would help you the most. Before you Begin
This is a "tiptorial" designed to help anyone who is struggling to build a better house. Rather than covering specific techniques, it is more a general style guide, meant to teach you what a good house (and one that sucks) look like, and how to improve your own building. It is geared toward creating "normal family homes" - which form the bulk of what people tend to download. It doesn't address building things like spaceships, though some of the tips here are useful for all lots! This guide does not require any prior knowledge or skill in building besides being familiar with the build tools, but knowing a few terms will be useful.
Basics What is Riverview? Is it free? Where can I download it? - Riverview is a second town released for TS3.
This guide will explain the function of folders and files found in the User folder. Most of these folders and files are not there by default. They will be created as and when needed. Single files
Packages Click to enlarge To remove packages, open \Mods\Packages\ folder.
Organizing Custom Content This guide is meant to show how one can organize their custom content. It is STRONGLY advised you choose a method for organizing your custom content and stick to it religiously as you download.
You're playing the game and something strange is happening. Maybe it's crashing, or perhaps it's not working quite as it should. You've read and tried the steps in Game Problem guide and you've removed your package files or mods folder, and you know the problem is a mod/package. But the trouble is, you have hundreds or thousands of files in the mods folder, how can you find out which one(s) are the problem? Whether you have downloaded all your package files/mods into one folder or have separated and categorized them into subfolders, it can be tricky to figure out which file(s) is causing the problem when your game is acting strangely.
Why should I back up my files? Reasons: Before you make any changes or repairs to your computer, or install a new patch or expansion pack you should back up your game files so that your content will not be lost. This is especially important for saved files and store content that you do not want to redownload. It is also a good idea to back up these files periodically in case something goes wrong, or in case you want to test new hacks or transfer the files to a different computer. Remember, this is EA we're talking about...things tend to break.