Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Today is my birthday!

 And so I do feel like rambling for once~

 Between the stress from my life and pushing myself too fast trying to learn more about creating for the Sims, it has been a bit tough lately. But Koku is always here to support me when I feel down and I very much appreciate it <3

I was trying too hard, so I went back to the basics.
After all, it's how we learn. We try and fix what is wrong, and once we are at ease enough, we go further.
So I gave up on my idea to make a Christmas set, it will come again next year when, hopefully, I will be a lot more at ease :p I will take the time I need and keep improving at my own pace.

 For now, it's time for me to go have fun!

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How to install

Most of the time when possible I give you the possibility to install as either Sims3Pack or Package.
Pick up a format you rather use (poses can only be installed as Packages), and install it in your game:

If you use EA Launcher:

Place the .sims3pack file in your folder My Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 3/Downloads
Run the Launcher, click the Download panel on the left and select the files you want to install before pressing the Install button.
Note: You do not need to keep the file in this folder, it can be removed safely once installed and the Launcher/game is closed.

Place the .package file in your folder My Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 3/Mods/Packages
If you do not have or do not know how to set up the Mods folder, I wrote a tutorial here.
Note: If you have too many files in this folder you should consider merging them or it will make your game load and render slower. Aikea Guinea wrote a tutorial about it, see here.

If you use CC Magic:

This launcher manages both types, so you can place any .sims3pack and .package files you want in
My Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 3/Downloads
For those who don't know about it, you can find the installation here and a tutorial there.
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