waterywatermelon wrote: »
Oldeseadogge wrote: »
As a writer, I find the TS2 albums indispensable for story telling. It transforms routine simming into what amounts to a graphic novel, something that can be explored, developed, and gone back to. Back in the days of the TS2 website those stories - text and pictures - could be shared with the greater simmer community. That part of the site amounted to an online writer's group where we shared and commented on one another's' work, possible because we had a concrete means of doing so. It turns a game into an art form.
mightysprite wrote: »
A "screenshot storage" folder on my computer, outside of the Sims 4 folder to eliminate lag, broken out into subfolders for each save/story and sometimes more subfolders by household or by week if I'm planning to write the story down on the forum.
Sadly my Mac's Finder file manager and built-in Preview image viewing/editing app are far superior to Sims 4's screenshot manager. I need to be able to easily rename, batch delete, batch move, crop, reduce image size of a large group of images to aid in forum display, and move around subfolders quickly (or have a good tagging and search system if no subfolders). A shame because I actually like the built-in memory system on Sims 4 where sims can reminisce about certain memories, but it's too hard to find anything in that screenshot manager.