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|24th Jan 2010, 05:21 PM||Setting a skintone as default one? #1|
I would like to replace the current custom skintone I have, but I'm not exactly sure which files of my long list of packages is the skintone, So when u install a new one, It won't overwrite the previous one
I was wondering if there is any possibility through sims3 start-program or something, to set one skintone as the default one?
|24th Jan 2010, 07:39 PM||#2|
As with all default replacement files, you need to remove one set before adding another to your game. Many creators will put "default" in the file name on a default replacement, but if you can't find it that way, you may simply have to re-download your current defaults to see what the file names are and remove 'em.
For the future, I strongly recommend organizing your downloads. If you have so many that you can't find these defaults via a quick scan of your file list, you should start foldering and subfoldering: Mods/Packages/Defaults/Skins.
|25th Jan 2010, 06:12 PM||#3|
Okay thx.. too bad they didn't keep the skintone settings from sims2, it was alot easier just picking one of your list of custom skintones