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Post by Lester1609 on Fri 02 Mar 2018, 08:53

I started to download Mods and install them in my game play... they work fine when i build and add them.
I started to play the game and it works fine, until i wanted my sim to eat... my couches and tables and fridge is mods, my sim doesn't want to eat.

Anyone please help and explain what i can do to fix that, and if there is any other issues that might happen, and if there is a topic surrounding this please direct me to it so i can figure out everything.

Thank you



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Re: Mods - Sims not eating.

Post by LoriliHime on Sat 03 Mar 2018, 06:23

The sims aren't registering them because of the cc. You have to be extremely careful when you use cc. Most of the time, the cc was never updated. I myself never used mods with the sims 3 since we have access to all the maxis made store content through various torrents. I would suggest using gc instead of cc for necessity items.

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Re: Mods - Sims not eating.

Post by ☠ ~ Aɳɳ ~ ☠ on Sat 03 Mar 2018, 09:56

Hello,


It's possible that this particular CC doesn't work right, but it is also possible that they were created using the old system. Some things changed about the way objects worked in game after pets was released, specifically to accommodate cats sitting on counters etc. 
There's a (user created) fix for that. I'm not saying it's going to fix your particular problem, but it doesn't hurt to try. The process is explained here.


If it doesn't work, I'm afraid the only thing left for you to do, is to delete that particular content, or use a cheatcode to ensure your sims don't starve themselves, testingcheatsenabled true allows you to drag their "needs" bars both ways, among other things.


Please let us know if this works for you.

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