I started watching James Turner’s Rags to Riches in The Sims 4 Cottage Living a little bit ago. This inspired me to play cottage living with very few packs to focus on just that one pack.
I created a sim, Skye Aston, and bought the small/cheaper house in the village area of Henford. She is available on the gallery. There’s two versions: one with 1 piece of CC and one without any CC at all. I prefer the CC version; it includes a bandage on her left forearm.
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Back in 2018, I made a sims 4 mod to stop the outdoor retreat campfires from setting everything and everyone on fire. At some point between then & now, one of EA’s updates to the game moved the campfire interactions (like adding logs), which made them disappear for anyone using this mod.
Today I’ve updated my sims 4 campfire mod so it works with EA’s changes. Now your sims can use all the campfire interactions again! All without the purely random chance of bursting into flames 👍
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So, related to the previous post: the reason I changed that package for Atom was to work on the story I’ve had in my head about the Yootz Family I’ve been playing as in the Sims 4 on and off since like 2016. They’re currently a bunch of vampires, I set the life span in the save to long, and I haven’t played the sims that regularly over the years so I haven’t played them that much, but they’ve evolved as the game itself has.
Please note: This is a super early rough draft (probably not even the first draft, really)
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To write stories about my sims 4 main family, I’m trying using the markdown editing abilities of Atom. I tried GhostWriter, but it simply doesn’t even correct for special characters for itself.
So I took markdown-image-assistant and made my own little version of it markdown-image-assistant-useSameDir that puts the image in the same directory and can handle special characters in the file names of the images, because heck knows I wouldn’t be able to change how the sims 4 names it’s images. Bleh.
I managed to get it submitted to Atom’s website but it’s all blank. Which isn’t very helpful, but it will do for now. At least the package & code it’s online so if anything happens to this old rig I’m still using, then I won’t just lose the changes I made to that code.
This is the original “Hello World” post. It generated when I created the Jacq’s Labz blog/site on a wordpress.com subdomain.
If you find posts with a date before this one, that means I post-dated them. Obviously based on when I actually worked on that project.