Bon Voyage added new dresser-like interactions (Change/Plan Outfits) to the two clothing booths from the base game. (This function should have been included in the base game, I have no idea why it took 6 EPs. We already had it in TS1 since Hot Date, for God's sake.) Sims can plan and change outfits in community lots, and come back home dressed in newly picked clothes.
However, the H&M clothing booth doesn't have this new function, as stuff packs are often based on the older EP engines. New interactions added by later EPs are often unavailable for SP objects by default, as we all know now after K&B fiasco.
This fix will enable Change/Plan Outfits
function for H&M clothing booth in BV or later EPs.
In addition to H&M stuff pack, you must have BV or at least one EP newer than BV, otherwise this fix will be of no use. It doesn't enable new functions in EPs prior to BV.
This fix is still needed in FreeTime
. Unlike other SP objects, EAxis didn't update it in FreeTime or its subsequent patches.
This fix was rolled into Stuff Pack Objects Fix Collection for Apartment Life
in Apartment Life
. Remove it, and get the new AL fix. 2008-06-25:
Updated to v1.0a. H&M clothing booth is now eligible for teens to Woohoo in, in case you're using other mods that enable Teen Woohoo.
This fix alone does NOT enable Teen Woohoo in H&M clothing booth.Installation:
Place in your My Documents\EA Games\The Sims 2\Downloads folder.
(Or in a subfolder of Downloads folder.)Changelog:
v1.0: Initial release.
v1.0a: H&M clothing booth is now eligible for teens to Woohoo in, in case you're using other mods that enable Teen Woohoo. (2008/06/25)