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|23rd Apr 2009, 03:01 PM||What's included in a model, and whats not? #1|
I want to upload models on my site. But first I have to write down the credits.
But I don't know what's included, and what's not.
And can you change it?
Hair: not included
Dress: by ..
Skin: not included
Please help! Thank you!
|23rd Apr 2009, 07:07 PM||#2|
You can use to remove included stuff from your sim. Or you can use Numenor's AnyGameStarter, make a new AnyGame without lots of CC, and make and package your sim in there.
To figure out who made what, look at CC in BodyShop. It will show you file tooltips when you mouse hover over clothes and hair. Some creators put their name in the tooltip. If something has no tooltip, you can give it one with my tooltip program, see the my profile, News, for a link.
On a related note, you can organize your Downloads folder with subfolders, like clothes, makeup, hair, and subsubfolders, by creator, so stuff is easier to find. You can use Delphy's Download Organizer for that.
|23rd Apr 2009, 11:12 PM||#3|
Is this an MTS2 upload question, because your wording is a bit strange. Also, this forum is for asking technical questions about creating bodyshop mods. This is more of a general creator question, Creator Issues would be the proper place to ask questions about uploading at MTS2.
|24th Apr 2009, 01:46 PM||#4|
I'm sorry, I couldn't explain better actually.. My question is not about uploading at MTS2 , but if you have influence on what is included in a sim, and what's not.
You see? I thought this was a forum for bodyshop questions... :$
But err, I think my question is answered by CatOfEvilGenius. I have to use package clean installer. But I can't find my models anywhere, when I go to the map.
Ogosh, I'm so stupid.
|24th Apr 2009, 02:06 PM||#5|
I guess it's close enough.
If you look on the Create dropdown under you'll see our guidelines for uploading sims. The sim upload guidelines also include information on how to package sims and examine their content - as well as removing unwanted content.
|24th Apr 2009, 02:33 PM||#6|
Thank you. This is exactly what I meant. :D