blueruby4484 wrote: »
Hey, guys is it safe to put it in a subfolder on windows 10? Mine disappeared when I did it.
fcurti wrote: »
Hi everyone, I accidentally deleted my resource.cfg file on my mac, and I have restarted the game many times and a new one does not appear. What should I do? Thank you!!!
Kitkat1515 wrote: »
How many sub-folders can I have in my Mods Folder? I like to organize by creator. Makes updating a simple click and drag into folder to replace if necessary. At this moment I have 50 sitting in my Mods folder and sub-folders within them. However I would rather have all second sub-folders sitting in my Mods folder.
So example of what it is:
Mods - CAS - [Creator]
What I want:
Mods - [Creator]
Doing this, however, will probably end up with hundreds of folders sitting in my Mods folder. [I have a LOT of cc.]
A second question off to the side:
If you merge cc, when merging what is the max amount of .packages you merge with positive results? [You can now unmerge packages with Sims4Studio so I am not worried about merging as I can separate them again.]
hazelmoonsims wrote: »
So, I changed the text in my Resource.cfg file and then created sub-folders. When I put all my hair into one sub-folder, my game worked perfectly fine. This morning I was moving the rest of my CC into sub-folders and when I went to start my game, my game will not load at all and comes up with a warning screen. What am I doing wrong?? Please help!
PaigeyCakes wrote: »
I have a qn it may have been asked elsewhere but I'm curious, I know script mods should stay in the main mods folder but is it at all possible to split up script mods and their corresponding package files?
for example I have some career script mods, would it be possible to leave the script half of the mod in the main folder and put the package half of the mod in a sub folder labelled careers or w/e? would the mod still work? or would it just make updating mods a pain?
SVTSimmer wrote: »
What about when a mod already has it's own folder? Lets say i downloaded hair cc. The cc downloaded in a folder, including the *actual file, an image and maybe instructions. What am i supposed to do then? I have a lot of cc and a lot of subfolders so it would be a pain going through everything so that the folders are only 4-5 subfolders in. So does the example i gave before count as a subfolder as well?
-My example was: Mods File>SUBFOLDER>Hair CC Folder>Actual CC File, an image, instructions.
And of course as i have a lot of cc most of them are in that format: folder>contents (cc file, image, occasionally instructions). Would that be an issue? I would really appreciate if anyone replied! Sorry, if i haven't made myself clear..
PaigeyCakes wrote: »
> @rosemow said:
> Hello @PaigeyCakes
> It would be best to keep the mod parts together. It would also be easier when updating mods or checking mods for issues.
Thanks @rosemow I'll stick to how i've been doing it then