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 21 
 on: 2019 April 29, 02:51:46 
Started by passbyfive - Last post by witch
I have not heard one way or the other about the Steam versions. I used the 3rd option and have found no problems.

 22 
 on: 2019 April 28, 20:54:21 
Started by passbyfive - Last post by passbyfive
Have story progression turned ON in the game. Have story progression turned OFF in Awesomemod's config file. Insert NRAAS story progression mod wherever you keep other NRAAS mods.

Awesomemod only supports game version up to 1.67 AFAIK.

Awesomemod and NRAAS can be used together. I put AM on a higher level in the directory structure, don't know if that makes a difference.

Stuck with only Steam or Origin? Arrr, that's a pity.

Thanks. Have you heard any cases of AM working on the latest steam version (v1.67)? I only question it since the NRaas ErrorTrap mod treats the Steam and Origin/Disc version differently. Then again I guess even "Origin/Disc" could mean the latest disc versions that require Origin rather than the original disc versions...

If AM doesn't work on the Steam version, I'd probably have to use NRaas instead, but supposedly AM kills all the telemetry inTS3, which I'm not sure NRaas does.

Arrr, I guess there's a third option. But not sure I trust those sources.


Edit: Mistyped word.

 23 
 on: 2019 April 28, 01:10:22 
Started by passbyfive - Last post by witch
Have story progression turned ON in the game. Have story progression turned OFF in Awesomemod's config file. Insert NRAAS story progression mod wherever you keep other NRAAS mods.

Awesomemod only supports game version up to 1.67 AFAIK.

Awesomemod and NRAAS can be used together. I put AM on a higher level in the directory structure, don't know if that makes a difference.

Stuck with only Steam or Origin? Arrr, that's a pity.

 24 
 on: 2019 April 27, 19:13:50 
Started by passbyfive - Last post by passbyfive
I searched the forum for Steam and found this thread, where Pescado says Steam is not supported, and that it's evil. That post was from 2011. If you buy the game now, you're stuck with either EA Origin or Steam, so I'll go with Steam since Origin is worse. Even the physical copy of the "Sims 3 Starter Pack" requires Origin, according to the reviews on Amazon.

With that out of the way, I noticed the Nraas ErrorTrap mod has two versions: 1 for Steam, and 1 for Origin/disc version. I thought this was strange since I was expecting the Origin version to be different from the disc version, as I read something about how Origin's v1.69 merges all expansions and gets rid of the separate exe files.

If NRaas ErrorTrap is anything to go by and to be believed, it suggests Steam and the disc version are different, and Awesomemod is designed for the disc version. I'm not sure what exactly is different, and whether that difference matters here, but does Awesomemod work on the Steam version (which is at v1.67)? If not, does this mean any recent buyer of TS3 is SOL since Awesomemod also doesn't work for Origin (which is at v1.69 rather than v1.67)?


2nd question:
Which NRaas mods does Awesomemod make unnecessary?

I also assumed any NRaas mods that did the same things as Awesomemod would conflict (rule of one core mod), but the NRaas StoryProgression mod is listed as a non-core mod.


Edit: Typos and missing words.

 25 
 on: 2019 April 21, 20:59:34 
Started by rufio - Last post by DollyNipples
Google it. I found it on the first link. Maybe it wasn't Rufio's, but I think it would do the job just the same.

 26 
 on: 2019 February 23, 13:50:37 
Started by Sita - Last post by Sita
Yeah, I was hoping for somthing a little more informative Tongue I did find one place that had it, but it has to be a totally separate install, no O whatsoever. Takes more time than I want to put into it at the moment. Good to know there is something though. The game's not totally awful, but the palaver Origin put me through when I tried to load it up - took me about 2 hours to actually get the thing to start (password muddles). I think I still want to keep the original install so I can get patches etc? I need to think about this some more.

Anyhoo.

I owe you, I guess.




 27 
 on: 2019 February 21, 14:25:44 
Started by Sita - Last post by J. M. Pescado
YARR?

 28 
 on: 2019 February 21, 13:51:11 
Started by Sita - Last post by Sita
IS there a way to play this game WITHOUT using Origin? Because that thing sucks as big as the flying pig.

Answers on a postcard please. The winner will get a Cream Egg!

 29 
 on: 2019 February 17, 02:12:29 
Started by jerryking - Last post by J. M. Pescado
Sims 2 works fine after this update is removed.
Problem solved.

 30 
 on: 2019 February 16, 07:11:42 
Started by jerryking - Last post by jerryking
After installing Far Cry 5, my Sims 2 resolution is stuck at 800x600. I found out the problem is Microsoft Update KB2670838 that Far Cry Installs. When I remove the update, Far Cry won't launch. I tried to contact UBiSoft about this issue but their site is fucking retarded and you can't get a response. Any help here?. Sims 2 works fine after this update is removed.

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