BryonyRae wrote: »
@FTS4D when you say free camera, are you talking about the TAB camera mode? I'm going to assume so... So the thing about basements and TAB is that you can only use it down there when you are on the basement level, and when you are on the basement level, you can't see the levels above, and that works the same for each level, actually - those above the basement will just show empty sky where there is a gap (for stairs going up, etc.). The solution for levels above the basement is to go ahead and put the level up to max, then hit tab and use Q to descend back down to a lower level. However, you cannot descend into the basement that way and thus are stuck without being to get any view from the basement of areas above it. This is something we have requested that the devs change, but so far, no luck.
BryonyRae wrote: »
Doing that takes you up out of the basement @sawdust.
gmcrozier wrote: »
Yes, Oakenstead is also effected by this................
eemiliak wrote: »
> @tckol said:
> Does anyone else get a glitch with the Modern Solid double doors (non Glass) for single story? In my game the frame seems to have an additional white frame that bleeds around the walls past the 2x1 mesh.
So today I noticed a bug in the sims 4 that i have never noticed before.
So basically it is in build mode. Let's say you want a basement! When you put a stair that leads up to the first floor, (This is when your house is on a foundation) there is this weird glitch between the walls of the basement and the house. It is like a sunken in wall that can't be used in any way! Can you help me?
sawdust wrote: »
@Cheeky_Nz It's been a problem since the beginning of the game and affects only certain lots. One way to minimize the issue is to build a pool over the entire lot first, delete, then place your build. The pool will level out the lot as the issue arises on lots that are uneven.
halpal1212 wrote: »
> @sawdust said:
> @halpal1212 It will do that if you are replacing the painted wall with a new wall, ie. if you use the "build room" tool. If you use the single wall tool to build internal walls and do not go over the existing wall it shouldn't remove external paintwork.
Yeah, I'm not replacing the painted wall. I use the single wall tool. I think it's just another glitch for us Mac users.