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|20th Jun 2010, 12:19 AM||Bulk/batch recolours? #1|
So I'm working on recolouring a base game outfit, and I actually got it to work, which is a BIG deal for me. However, this being my first time doing a batch of recolours rather than just 1, I'm a little worried about what I think I'm supposed to do, and would like to see if there's an easier way before I start. Do I have t create a new project for each recolour, as my little recolouring knowlecge tells me, or can I put all the recolours in at once, or is there some other way. Any help in this matter is greatly appreciated, as I am not looking forward to having to create that many projects just to do the 40 plus recolour I have planned.
|20th Jun 2010, 1:29 AM||#2|
You don't have to make a new project for each one. When you finish one recolour, export it in bodyshop, then reload the same project. Make your next recolour, export, and repeat. There's no way to do a whole bunch in one export - you'll still need to export them all individually, but you don't have to start with a new project every time.
|20th Jun 2010, 1:55 AM||#3|
Oh, thank you, that make my project seem so much less daunting.
|20th Jun 2010, 4:07 AM||#4|
This is one of those times when I realize I should be banging my head on the table.
Why did I not think of this before? Good lord... You should see my Projects folder with all those separate project folders inside. It's ridiculous.
I'll have to try this next time I'm making multiple recolours. Thanks for the tip, fanseelamb!
|20th Jun 2010, 1:49 PM||#5|
Okay, I realized I still have questions. When I package/upload a project, do I go to the projects folder and upload from there, and will all the recolours be in that folder, or will thay all be in seperate ones, that I'll have to put together to upload?
|20th Jun 2010, 6:15 PM||#6|
No... use the package files in your Saved Sims folder (I made the same mistake when I first started uploading stuff). They will be separate package files.