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1  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / Pudding Plots / Re: Eco friendly family house on: 2011 July 08, 18:49:26
Ah, yes, here they are referred to double paned or double hung windows, some even offer TRIPLE paned blah blah blah. My mistake, wasn't aware they were called a different thing elsewhere.  Still doesn't explain your water slide fail. But the back peddling is funny.

"Hurrrrr Nice house, but snarky comment hurrrrr"
"Hurrrrr Not all the time, because of local topgraphy and climate and other real world things huuuuuuurrrrr"
"Here are some real world facts"
"Huuuuurrrrrrrr it's an imaginary house, why are you bringing up real world stuff? hurrrrrr"
2  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / Pudding Plots / Re: Eco friendly family house on: 2011 July 08, 16:45:14
In terms of energy saving, you don't want a double GLAZED window, you want a double PANED window. You know. Two layers of glass and a pocket of air that traps hot air inbetween the glass? Instead of just schelacking a glaze on a single pane of glass?

Also, small side note: What water slide?

It is clear your attempt to be scathing and clever has had the opposite affect you meant it to have. Best to run along and pretend that you didn't post here.
3  TS2: Burnination / Oops! You Broke It! / Re: Need help with Custom Object + Animation on: 2011 June 28, 17:49:25
Playing the Sims seems like too much work nowadays. Either 2 or 3. There is so much you have to do to make sure either CC or EA doesn't ruin your game
4  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: The Sims Medieval on: 2011 March 25, 20:40:31
I'm pretty sure most of those are beyond the coding framework a STORIES game would be able to provide.
5  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Using CC in the Sims 3 on: 2011 March 25, 18:01:46
I am on the fence about WA, I'm trying to see if there is anything in "town" in the EP. I don't like sending my sims to exotic locales. Since they usually come back with vd various bugs and glitches.
6  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Using CC in the Sims 3 on: 2011 March 25, 13:14:52
3 Booter? That's something I haven't read about.

ETA: See? Search is your friend! For those not playing along at home (and to get important links all in one thread: 3Booter).
7  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Using CC in the Sims 3 on: 2011 March 24, 19:27:35
I have been considering ARRquiring the Sims 3 again to give it another run on a PC that can actually handle it. Experience with the Sims 2 has taught me that ruling with an IRON FIST is the best way to make sure the game doesn't set itself up for a BFBVFS right off the bat. I've been trying to go through the older threads to research the best way to get the best performance out of the game and the best way to install CC. I don't predict I will use any mods other than AwesomeMod, but I was wondering the best way to install CC and the best way to ensure that Windoze 7 doesn't alter any of my efforts, like it did when I tried to reinstall the Sims2.

I am also open to suggestions for good CC or mods that make the Puddings...less so.
8  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Things NEVER done on Sims 3? on: 2010 December 15, 15:19:12

In TS2 I used an app called Junction Link Magic. There is a post here that explains how to use it for TS2. I don't suppose it is that different for TS3.

Ahhh, well that is nice, but it doesn't completely cover what I want. Which is understandable since I didn't fully state what I wanted. (due to net yet having my full coffee quotient for the day) Sorting my music into separate genre folders is unacceptable as well. Make the radio read the MP3 tags and auto-sort by genre.  By god this is a computer! IT should be doing the work, not I. Plus have a setting so that it only plays 4 or 5 star rated music, which is once again read from the MP3 file.   (I'm an archivist type, I have a lot of tunes, not all of which I want in game)

I kinda get that though, because if you use iTunes, you don't have genre subfolders, the file itself gets a genre tag and the iTunes program categorizes music automagically.
9  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Motive Decay rates on: 2010 November 17, 20:31:48
Only remakes in video games I can think of off the top of my head were the text based and bare bone pixels King's/Space/Police Quest games that got upgraded to the point and click VGA graphics. Oh, and the Pitch Black xbox to 360 remake. Which had a mini-sequel built in.

10  Awesomeware / AwesomeMod! / Re: AM is Borking Vampires. on: 2010 November 17, 18:20:44
My guess would that you're playing a VAMPIRE and VAMPIRES DO NOT BELONG OUT IN THE SUN.
11  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Motive Decay rates on: 2010 November 12, 20:08:03
Try They might have a FAQ about that. I think it was in the original Prima guides as well. If you want to trust that.
12  Awesomeware / AwesomeMod! / Re: Did I find an Undiscovered Shiny? on: 2010 October 26, 15:16:28
Yeah, yeah, I know. Late Night might be the EP to make me install it again. We will see. It is all Lies and Propaganda.
13  Awesomeware / AwesomeMod! / Re: Did I find an Undiscovered Shiny? on: 2010 October 26, 14:05:52
*giggles at the Homestar Runner references* Almost enough to get me to pirate cat WA.
14  TS2: Burnination / The Podium / Re: Sims 2 and Windows 7 on: 2010 October 05, 14:17:00
I just got a new PC.  The technolergy is about three years old (Core 2 Duo), but it's got 4GB RAM and runs Windows 7 fine.  The Sims 2 with all expansions and several Stuff Packs, plus a couple gigs of CC, runs like a dream.  It all installed and runs without a hitch, much easier than TS3, which I find ironic, considering TS2 was designed to run on Windows 98 through XP (the system requirements on the Apartment Life case I own don't even mention Vista.)

I was told before installing that TS2 could have issues with the User Account Control feature in Vista and 7, and that this could be circumvented by installing the games to someplace other than the default location.  I can't say whether this was good advice, because the fellow who built the rig for me advised me to shut UAC off completely, as it would accomplish nothing for someone with my computing habits except to drive me insane.
Where is this the option to turn this off? I needs it. I installed everything to the base directory and I've been afraid to muck around with it once I found out that was a Bad Idea.
15  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: How to decrapify with The Compressorizer Redux! on: 2010 September 28, 13:05:22
And you think your 'sporking' is anything otherwise? The same old tired responses to every post, the same en masse 'Gah! Normal person! Get them off my board!' reaction.

You've got some good info here, granted, but it's so buried under all your pseudo geekier-than-thou attitudes that I just really can't be arsed trying to find it.

The thing is, Suza Lee, if you had actually bothered SEARCHING for answers to your question, you would've found help right off the bat. PROTIP: If you SEARCH for your question in that little box labeled "search" you can find wonderful things. Use quotations around your question to narrow it further. If you did this, you would see that MATYzens are VERY helpful, WHEN IT IS THE FIRST TIME SOMEONE HAS ASKED THE QUESTION.
16  TS2: Burnination / The Podium / Re: Stupidity that needs an answer. on: 2010 August 19, 18:59:39
Someone more tech savvy than me can confirm this:

I thought it was Vista that didn't recognize anything over 4 GIGs of RAM? I seem to remember my XP PC realizing I had 4 GIGs of RAM, if it's not, you might have had a stick go out.
17  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / Pudding Factory / Re: Pudding Factory is for downloads: put your lame requests & WCIFs here on: 2010 July 28, 20:08:26
Nah, I was saving space for my "I Am T-Pain" app.

18  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / Pudding Factory / Re: Pudding Factory is for downloads: put your lame requests & WCIFs here on: 2010 July 28, 18:43:44
Back off asscrawlers, if you don't want to help go fuck yourself you retarded assholes, and for your info my caps wasn't working at the time when i came up with the name

OMG.  That is the funniest thing I've read in a long time:  "MAH CAPS LOCK IS RETARDED, NOT ME!  I LOVE MAH DEAD GAY CAPS LOCK!"

cm, on when yor IQ would be bigger for 10 , it would be 10, if stupidnes would light, you would be the new sun

My stupid translator only got the last half of that sentence.

If stupidness was light, you would be the new sun.
19  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / Pudding Factory / Re: Pudding Factory is for downloads: put your lame requests & WCIFs here on: 2010 July 28, 17:32:32
It broke every other letter? Riiiiight.
20  Awesomeware / AwesomeMod! / Re: Your neighborhood is corrupt and has exploded in a bfbvfs on: 2010 July 28, 13:33:37


If your neighborhood goes up in a BFBVFS, it's gone. Do not pass go, do not collect $200. There is no fixing it unless you have a previous back up save.

As for the rest, you say that other people had this problem, what did their solution end up being? Dare I ask you updated Awesomemod before reinstallation? No other hacks that are out of date?

21  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / World of Puddings / Re: PUDDINGLAND: Pudding-Flavoured AwesomeLand! on: 2010 July 19, 18:07:56
It's on indefinite hiatus pending time to add more crap to AwesomeMod and build the neighborhood. Try AWESOMELAND for Awesome-related lulz. The Pudding is presently a bit too weak on lulz for story-ifyng.

Which is funny considering that was a selling point for the Sims 3, wasn't it?
22  TS2: Burnination / Peasantry / Re: Empty and Cleaned-up Templates. [UPDATED] on: 2010 July 19, 14:39:06
Crap, this is what I get for reinstalling before reading up.

Stitches, how did you get the templates to work?
23  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Simbots are awesome on: 2010 June 07, 18:25:12
What does it mean for you then?

It does to me, especially considering how they forgot to make the hairs unavailable for random selection.
24  TS2: Burnination / The Podium / Re: Go ahead, make fun o' me... on: 2010 April 07, 17:28:31
What Pescado means is that he makes sure that his hacks work no matter what your EPs or SPs are.

The only difference between the different "Director's Cuts" is that newer eps might have fixed certain behavior, so it makes a fix absolete, so it it's not included in other Cuts.

For example, there is a bug that only exists if NL is your most recently EP, it was corrected in the game code for every release since. Therefore, that fix is only in the NL Director's Cut.
25  TS2: Burnination / The Podium / Re: Meet the gardners.. on: 2010 April 06, 15:31:33
BRY has a "Make Bugger Off" option. Don't let them take you over!
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