View Full Version : Cleanup of Creator Issues
16th Jan 2010, 10:27 AM
As part of a cleanup of the site, I have today moved any threads older than 60 days from Creator Issues into a staff only archive. This allows us to see much more clearly which threads are still awaiting replies and as part of an ongoing process we'll be re-thinking some of the procedures based around this forum.
If you had a question that is older than 2 months that never got answered, please feel free to report it in that forum.
As always, questions about the moderation queue, rejections, and so on are welcome in that area.
17th Jan 2010, 05:10 PM
Nice, It really needed a clean up. ;) So now we can see clearly.
18th Jan 2010, 03:35 AM
You folks -do- know that it's an invisible forum that only the mods can see? Creators can post their questions in privacy and get private answers. There is no 'forum' to peruse.
19th Jan 2010, 11:59 PM
As part of the clean up Delphy mentioned I have been going through the CI posts and setting to solved/answered where it seemed appropriate. If I have marked your post as solved/answered and you are not happy with that, please post your question in CI again IN A NEW THREAD as your additional reply to a solved post may not be seen by a moderator. We are filtering out the solved posts so the new ones can be seen more quickly, thus improving response time.
Thanks in advance, and I'm sorry if your post got squashed...
21st Jan 2010, 06:59 PM
30th Jan 2010, 04:27 PM
I've resumed a project I had started quite a long time ago and put on a hiatus. It was posted in the Creator issues until I'd submit it.
I can has thread revival plz? :3
30th Jan 2010, 05:01 PM
The_French_Sim, do you have a link to that thread? Or a rough estimate of what "quite a long time ago" means? I believe it's going to be a bit difficult to find otherwise.
30th Jan 2010, 05:05 PM
The_French_Sim, do you have a link to that thread? Or a rough estimate of what "quite a long time ago" means? I believe it's going to be a bit difficult to find otherwise.I don't have a link to that thread, because I can't find it anymore due to archiving.
"Quite a long time ago" means I think I created the thread about a year ago, and I haven't created that many threads in that section since (or at all)...
(teeny tiny off-topic note: Plasticboooooooox! *fanboys* I love what you do, and your Backdoor Lane series has proved to be a lifesaver for NH creation from scratch. *fanboy squee*)
1st Feb 2010, 06:07 PM
Sorry I don't understand much and I cleaned. Now please delete my request for upload of a lot here. All will be done. Tx good luck.
2nd Feb 2010, 01:13 PM
My thread has been de-archived so I can resume my work on it. Thank you, big D.
26th Feb 2010, 05:11 AM
Its a good things to remove old one, but some times its a proved that old is gold. So some of thread are important forever. So it should not be deleted.
1st Mar 2010, 08:59 PM
No threads have been deleted. The only people with access to Creator Issues threads are the poster of the thread and the mods; the mods can still see them, and the creator can request for them to be restored.
In addition, most threads in Creator Issues are simple questions about a changes required or rejection, about part of the Creator Guidelines, or about the upload wizard etc. Nothing has been lost. :)
3rd Mar 2010, 07:18 PM
Please help! I don't know why always my Sims 3 Sim uploads are getting be rejected. The latest Sim, that I wanted to upload was Lei Fang from DOA. I included the Lei Fang.sim Pics;Hair and Soundtracks. This is not the only one, which have been rejected. 10 of my uploads has been rejected. Please help!
3rd Mar 2010, 07:46 PM
Actually, 6 of your uploads, not 10 have been rejected. You haven't improved your creations in Creator Feedback as advised, and your sims don't meet the site's guidelines and standards (and there were individual reasons noted on this last rejection). In any case, the place to ask this would be the Creator Issues forum, not this thread. It was linked in your rejection PM, but you can also find it under the main Site Issues & Questions forum.
27th May 2010, 08:54 AM
Sorry I don't understand much and I cleaned. Now please delete my request for upload of a lot here. ccna (http://www.ccnapracticetest.com) All will be done. Tx good luck.
From the neighborhood view, the player selects to play one lot, as in The Sims. There are residential and community lots. Sims live in residential lots, and can travel to community lots to purchase groceries, clothing and magazines as well as interact with Townies.
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