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Re: No Townie/NPC Move-In Amnesia *EXPERIMENTAL*
« Reply #25 on: 2005 September 14, 03:03:12 »
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Aaahhhh... And the light goes on.

I've been wondering about this but was too lazy to ever really test any theories out. I could probably remain lazy enough not to post as I learn so much just by lurking anyway.

Still - I'd rather have memories than graduation. Thanks.
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Re: No Townie/NPC Move-In Amnesia *EXPERIMENTAL*
« Reply #26 on: 2005 December 08, 13:11:30 »
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Does this hack have, or could it have any effect on adoption memories?   
At the moment kids are mindwiped in the adoption pool. Mindwiping babies and toddlers can be justified on realism grounds, but mindwiping kids sounds illegal!  If you are using the adopt a teen hack from MTS2, it is even more improbable.    It also sounds similar to mindwiping townies for move in so I wondered if you could add it to the experiment.

EDIT I now have a real simkid in the adoption pool and want him to hang on to his memories.  When I adopt him, he get's lobotomised.  Is this whole thing a dead duck - I'm not into necromancy either
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« Reply #27 on: 2006 May 16, 17:08:57 »
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So I wanted to try this..but when I go to download I get a "no file on this server blah blah blah" message
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« Reply #28 on: 2006 May 16, 17:17:11 »
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I looked for this file this morning, but couldn't find it - it may have gotten blown up with the server, so if anyone has it, please post it.  Although I'm not sure if it's still considered experimental and a valid hack or not.
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« Reply #29 on: 2006 May 16, 18:28:21 »
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I have a copy from January -- here it is.
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« Reply #30 on: 2006 May 16, 19:48:39 »
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thanks, jsalemi! I was just looking for this last night.
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« Reply #31 on: 2006 May 16, 23:20:11 »
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I see JM has the file fixed now.  Yay.
I have finally gotten fed up of townies not remembering stuff that any normal creature should be remembering.
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« Reply #32 on: 2006 May 17, 05:48:10 »
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I see JM has the file fixed now.  Yay.
I have finally gotten fed up of townies not remembering stuff that any normal creature should be remembering.
Well, it's a toss. They also tend to end up remembering things no normal creature should be remembering, due to their immortal natures.
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« Reply #33 on: 2006 May 17, 15:37:40 »
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I can see how that is a possibility, but I actually use aka move in/marry off townies a lot in my game so they aren't wandering around eternally
Although I do somewhat fear seeing the memory panels for any of my dormies if I ever decide to move them in with one of my sims

"Lost 10,000 fights to so & so" Heh.
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« Reply #34 on: 2006 June 28, 02:48:22 »
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Is this still supported? I don't see it in the Director's cut or Hack Directory.
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« Reply #35 on: 2007 March 05, 11:53:13 »
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*very quiet, not to wake up anything unpleasant* link is death, so I gess Im not allowed to even try if if works? ;-)
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Re: No Townie/NPC Move-In Amnesia *EXPERIMENTAL*
« Reply #36 on: 2007 March 05, 17:54:53 »
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I want to try it....but i am afraid!  Very afraid!  But it seems like such a nice hack!  Ohhhh....the tempation!!! Huh
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« Reply #37 on: 2007 March 06, 02:59:33 »
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i used squinges version. Its not updatet yet but, it worked. Who knows what the consequenses are gonna be ;-)
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« Reply #38 on: 2007 August 21, 15:15:21 »
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Um, it's attached to the first post in this thread, right near the top.
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« Reply #39 on: 2007 August 21, 17:17:40 »
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Um, it's attached to the first post in this thread, right near the top.

When I click the link I get a '404 Error'.
It couldn't be just me seeing that..
Never relinked after one of the server crashes. I think you're recommended to use Syberspunk's hack for this now, seeing as it is more up-to-date.
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« Reply #40 on: 2007 August 21, 17:49:26 »
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This product was declared officially discontinued, as I think it was lost at some point and I no longer have a copy. The usual method of avoiding memory loss selectively is to move-in by Ingelogical shrub.
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