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Posted 4th Dec 2005 at 02:45 PM - Updated 4th Dec 2005 at 02:47 PM by Credence_The_Hun : typo - Viewed 23333 times. Direct link to this thread
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There was a warm welcome to my new collection icons (thank you!), so I made a new pack. It's was a request by Sandy (she ask for some "CAS-icons"), so I focused on this theme, but I've made some other pix too. I hope it will be fine. As before, if anybody want more, or don't like one of the pix, and want some changes (background, color, etc.), just tell me, and I'll make it. New ideas and critism always welcome, I want to serve, and I want to learn .
Instructions: Extract the file to your "My Documents\EA Games\The Sims 2\Collections\Icons" directory (yes, not to the Downloads!).
Remark: Attached two pix. The first one a contact sheet, the icons on this is magnified (so a little ugly), the second is an in game montage. As you can see on that, the order is not alphabetical in the game, I don't know why, it's the secret of the Maxis, don't blame me for this, blame them .
The first part:
Best Regards and Happy Simming,
Credence, the Domesticated Hun
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