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1  TS2: Burnination / The Podium / Re: AL Patch issued at EA website on: 2008 October 02, 19:22:48
The other drawback to newspapers is that they can only get yesterday's news.

In some cases you don't even get yesterday's news. My mom regularly gets her local Sunday newspaper by 8:00 p.m. on Saturday night.

Here we don't have a Sunday newspaper, we have a weekend newspaper. So, Saturday morning you get delivered Friday's news and then nothing again until Monday morning.
2  TS2: Burnination / The Podium / Re: Support the Evil Empire! BUY STUFF! - updated info within on: 2008 September 22, 16:14:15
Are we getting broken plumbbob on a t-shirt? That's what I'm waiting on to do my order. I have to receive at work, so I'd rather wait and get everything at once.

This is what I am holding my order for as well.
3  TS2: Burnination / Peasantry / Re: Poncy Promenade - why not rent a house instead? on: 2008 September 12, 15:58:19
Incredible, witch! I'm looking forward to getting this into my game.

*Reminds self to download when self gets home.
4  TS2: Burnination / The Podium / Re: MATY and PMBD design contest! on: 2008 September 03, 16:57:54
My only thing with the plumbob one is that the borkeness of it needs to be moar obvious. As well was the fixings. We all know that it's not a little broke.

I was thinking the same thing. Maybe if it looked moar cracked and barely held together?
5  TS2: Burnination / Oops! You Broke It! / Re: Apartment Life Borkiness, or how i ended the world in 1 hour. on: 2008 August 31, 04:14:08
I did some experimenting with this and found some workarounds.
The easiest one requires an invisible fence, the one I tested with is Niol's at MTS2. (First in the download list.)
Thanks! I will definitely get back to my duplex tomorrow to give this a try...
6  TS2: Burnination / Oops! You Broke It! / Re: Apartment Life Borkiness, or how i ended the world in 1 hour. on: 2008 August 30, 15:56:38
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Can't make apartments with backyards on foundations.
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Srs? Bugger, I just started a large one, I wanted underground carparks.
I can confirm this. I spent some time last night making a really nice duplex on a foundation that had private backyards and I couldn't change it to an apartment until I removed the doors to the yards. Ugh.
The Guide says that the unique separator can be the only way into the apartment in order for you to make it an apartment.

You should be able to have a second door when the backyard is completely fenced in and would only be accessible from the front door (unique separator) which mine was. This works perfectly (having a second door, etc.) when the building is not built on a foundation. Build it on a foundation with steps leading down to a backyard which is all fenced in and it will not recognize the second door as being "protected" from the common area.


7  TS2: Burnination / Oops! You Broke It! / Re: Apartment Life Borkiness, or how i ended the world in 1 hour. on: 2008 August 30, 13:00:34
Hmm. I wonder if the backyards can be ON the foundation, like the back porches that work for the Crossroads building.

I'll have to give that a try today. Not ideal but I'd hate to have to give up on all my work.
8  TS2: Burnination / Oops! You Broke It! / Re: Apartment Life Borkiness, or how i ended the world in 1 hour. on: 2008 August 30, 12:41:29
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Can't make apartments with backyards on foundations.
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Srs? Bugger, I just started a large one, I wanted underground carparks.

I can confirm this. I spent some time last night making a really nice duplex on a foundation that had private backyards and I couldn't change it to an apartment until I removed the doors to the yards. Ugh.
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