Okay, so I’m probably just being crazy picky, but does this bother anyone else? How the left panel from that Ambitions wall set doesn’t match up with the middle or right panels, or how the flat wall from the base game looks discolored next to that red barn paneling and the brick wall with the stone edging?
Well, I’ve been trying to figure it out for ages now, and I finally did it. I FINALLY FIXED IT! And it’s a default replacement too, so no dealing with extra CC when you upload. I’m so stoked right now. I just have one more wall set to do, and then I’m going to upload it. Yay!
OMG, can I kiss you? I promise to keep the tongue to a minimal! This is fantastic, thank you SO much!
So guys, I brought another nice mod. This mod will remove brightness of all objects and will cause the objects to be better viewed. This mod is great to be used in pics of your game. The brightness affects the Video Card. My game was more fast and now I won’t have this problem about the brightness, in other word, it will reduce the exertion of the video card. And I just changed the script in the GraphicsRules. That was off the brightness. If you use HQ Mod, you should change the file, ‘cause HQ Mod is the same file. Soon I’ll post a tutorial how make disabling the brightness in the GraphicsRules of HQ Mod.
For install this mod, first you should follow this folder path bellow: C:\Program Files\Electronic Arts\The Sims 3\Game\Bin and (advise you) then you to move the GraphicsRules to another folder, as backup, if in case there is something wrong, you have the original file. Okay? So you’ll move my GraphicsRules to the same location where original was.
- Edited - Sorry guys, I forgot the link! XD Well, here’s. Enjoy it! Download
Well, here is another pattern set I have been working on, it consists of 10 2-palette recolourable patterns found in the tile category of CAS. Most as size variations for those that like that sort of stuff (like me). There really isn’t much more to say. The archive contains both the package files and the sim3packs, as it have come to my attention that there are people that like to install patterns as package files. Since I test them in that format, I thought I would include them as well. I have also included the preview pictures so you can pick and choose which patterns you want if you don’t like all the patterns.