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Could I replace the existing SC4Model that I used with this Lot in SC4PIM by an altered model? Or do I have to create a whole new Lot?
#1: Why are there 4 icons ...?#2: of which size and format need the icons to be?
...Why are there 4 icons ...?
@ vortext: thanks for both the info and the icon template!@ jmyers2043: thanks, already found that part of the Xtool. I will take care of the icons that over the weekend.Having had some times to think, I realized that nightlighting still needs to be added to my BAT. So, the finishing line disappeared out of the sudden .. But before adding that, i do have another question. I know that there's a kind of naming convention (this is also referred to in the "LEX candidacy" thread), like Comercial Lots are named "CO$_...." IOT see what type of Lot this is at a first glance. Now, is there somewhere a document that sums up these naming convention?
If you're using PIM-X to generate the lots/building descs, it will automatically follow the naming convention, I think
Let's see if I understand. You have a lot with the small white barn. You're going to do a second lot with the same model but with different skins. The easy way. Open the lot editor, and then the lot. Click replace item. Select the 2nd small barn and place it on the lot. The click 'save as'. You'll be prompted for a name. Done. Intermediate skills: A second way to do it is to put both buildings in a prop family. See page 46 of the SC4PIM user guide (XTool). You will have one lot. Each building will have a 50% chance to grow on the same lot. Prop families are better because are are fewer files to load at start up.
You can add quite a long list of reps, so you can even exchange the model by several different models. It works very good and you never have to worry about prop families. You can decide the variation on every lot independent of all other lots.
... but let me just hear your opinion on that...
I like the barn a lot
I don't really understand why you would BAT also the stuff and the truck around it.
and I changed the position of the pickup because otherwise it would overhang the lot a little.
Hey RadyQuote from: Rady on January 24, 2012, 05:40:58 PMand I changed the position of the pickup because otherwise it would overhang the lot a little.This is the phrase that had us scratchging our heads.