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1  TS2: Burnination / Peasantry / Re: TS2 Store Asian Fusion Collection on: 2009 January 09, 02:51:29
Brain fart.  I simply forgot that they were missing from the catalog, and so didn't modify them.  I updated the Spooky archive to include the fixed columns.  There's also a smaller zip of just the columns

Do let me know if they work for you, and thanks for pointing out my oversight.

YAY! Both Columns are working now, they show up in the catalog and I can use them to buy and place them on lots.
Thank you again seelindarun for making and sharing the BV compatable Store items, it's really appreciated!
2  TS2: Burnination / Peasantry / Re: TS2 Store Asian Fusion Collection on: 2009 January 08, 02:07:42
Did I forget to include the columns in that Spooky archive?

No, the columns were included in the "Spooky Things BV" zip.
I installed the columns in the same place I installed all my other TS2 store items, but they are they only TS2 Store items from your BV-compatible set that do not show up in the catalog.

I might have missed editing them... hmm.
Will check in my game and get back to you.

Thank you.
3  TS2: Burnination / Peasantry / Re: TS2 Store Asian Fusion Collection on: 2009 January 06, 22:36:54
Three cheers for Lord Darcy! Cheesy  Following her intrepid lead, I was able to revert all of the TSStore objects I had tucked away.
The Asian Fusion set includes the seating made recolourable by knightguy.  For the sake of completeness, I also included Lord Darcy's fixed objects with extra deco slots; these are unchanged, except for the TV.  The TV has fixed animations, but doesn't require FT/AL.
The Castle set now includes the double bed and chest.  I also made a bite-sized file of just the bed and chest, if you already picked up my upload earlier.
The Spooky set has a complete set of windows and doors now, a fence lamp, the larger gargoyle, 2 jack o' lanterns and a funky cactus.
Lastly, the Cubic and Deco dining chairs.  The rest of those sets had already been made compatible with earlier EPs.
Reminder: I tested these with all EPs up to BV.  Many objects are probably compatible with earlier EPs, but some may cause crashes (particularly likely if your latest EP is pre-Pets).

Thank you seelindarun for making available these 'backward EP compatable' sets that work on a mac.
I have a mac with all mac available EP's up to and including BV, and the FFS and GL Stuff Packs. Almost everything you have modified is working for me.
I say almost because I am unable to get either of the spooky columns to show up. FWIW all the castle columns seem to be showing up OK, it's just the spooky columns that don't show up.
Is anyone else on a mac or with a BV game having this problem? Is there something special I need to do to make the columns show up that I may have missed?
Thanks in advance for your help!
4  TS2: Burnination / Peasantry / Re: TS2 Store Stuff on: 2008 December 30, 20:11:21
I know it's after xmas, but here is some xmas stuff I had salvaged from the exchange some time ago. You can get it here (snip)

Thank you so much for sharing these Christmas objects, Skadi!
The Poinsettias look so pretty, and the Mistletoe is great!
Even though it's not Christmastime for me IRL, I'll have them for decorating for my sim's Christmas holidays. Also, I'm going to decorate a BV Mountain Hotel with a Christmas theme - the wreathes and flowers and mistletoe and everything -- so whenever it's wintertime for my sims, they can go off to have a winter vacation there. There will always be a place to go that's Christmassy, even if I don't decorate their homes.
Again, thanks so much for sharing this -  it's really appreciated!
5  TS2: Burnination / Peasantry / Re: TS2 Store Stuff on: 2008 December 26, 17:23:22
Thank you for the information, seelindarun. It sounds like while TS2 PC-2-Mac object conversion is possible, that it's such an overly complicated process I don't have the time to attempt to learn right now, even if I did have a PC to attempt it with.
Yes, I know you can't buy objects at the TS2 Store if you have a mac. That stinks. Sad I don't know any PC simmers well enough to ask them to shop for me.

In the end, I found a torrent with some shared EAxis downloads, including some items for Christmas like a tree, a wreath and a lawn reindeer. That did a good enough job of helping my sims decorate for a Merry Christmas.

Thanks again for the helpful info.
6  TS2: Burnination / Peasantry / Re: TS2 Store Stuff / Holiday Store Items on: 2008 December 22, 17:21:49
Thanks to everyone who bought and shared the store stuff and made it available here, and thanks to all who fixed all the mistakes and errors that EA made.

has anyone uploaded the holiday themed stuff? that's the only SP i haven't got & i'd love the tall, thin xmas tree
It seems that you can download the Holiday Stuff pack here:
that link is coming up as a deleted thread for me
Yes- you're too late. It seems they removed it.

Thank you Simsample for sharing this link.

As others noted above, the download was not a pack of loose holiday objects and stuff from the TS2 Store.
It was for an exe installer file for the actual "Holiday Stuff" pack for PCs, not the Holiday objects from the store.

it's an executable because it applies like a patch, so adds the items and clothes to the basegame objects and 3D files.

I have an Intel Mac running Leopard 10.5.4.
AFAIK, .exe format is an installer for PCs.
Is there any way an Intel Mac user can get the Holiday Items from the above file in OSX; WITHOUT partitioning the hard drive, installing Windows, installing a windows version of TS2, and running the installer through Boot Camp / Parallels? (which is not an option for me on our shared family computer) Because even if I could do all that and install the PC Holiday Stuff Pack, I'm not sure I could "transfer over" whatever does get installed to the Mac version of TS2.

Or better yet, back to the original question that was asked earlier by CountessGutter -- Are the holiday objects from the TS2 store available anywhere?

Thank you in advance.
7  TS2: Burnination / Peasantry / Re: Empty and Cleaned-up Templates. [UPDATED SHARE LINK] on: 2008 November 26, 18:10:22
Apologies for the necromancy, but I'm updating with a new share link for the templates.

First let me say thanks to all who did the great work cleaning and empting these neighborhoods to make our games more fun to play. Many BAAAAAAs to you!

I would like to offer another download location for the neighborhood files - I am hosting all the files that I have collected throughout this thread on my MediaFire acct.
I didn't clean or empty any of these neighborhoods -- the files are all collected from the past 26 pages of posts in this thread. I am simply resharing them in one place, hopefully to make it easier for people to find what they need.

There are three different folders of neighborhoods:

Neighborhoods Cleaned

Neighborhoods Empty

Neighborhoods Emptier by Argon

If there is no neighborhood file available in the folder that you are looking at, it means none is available or that I don't have a copy of it. Feel free to point out good links to any files I don't have copies of, and I will share them as well.

Happy Thanksgiving to all! Smiley
8  Awesomeware / The Armory / Re: Hack Descriptions on: 2008 September 09, 19:41:27

Thank you so much for this list that you compiled and shared with us!

I just started playing Life Stories about 2 weeks ago, and I liked it enough that it motivated me to arr-quire TS2+EP's up to BV.
When I first started looking around for game mods for TS2, I was totally boggled by the number of files in the DC for Bon Voyage -- but your list has been very helpful to me in sorting out what I need.
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