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11th Jul 2011, 12:02 AM
Is it possible to create our own Rabbitholes?
Like they are doing in Town Life Stuff, maybe it's possible to create a rabbithole, as people create clothes or hair.
That would lead us to create custom rabbitholes.
Has this been done before? And is it possible?
11th Jul 2011, 12:36 AM
A better title line for this thread might be "create our own rabbitholes?" rather than a cryptic cliffhanger. If you use a subject that indicates what subject matter the question covers, you are more likely to get it read by people who know about that particular subject. Usually I skip anything that looks like a guessing game, but today I am bored :)
11th Jul 2011, 5:22 AM
Wow Inge, 2 times in 1 day :P
I dont see it not being possible with a scripting mod.
11th Jul 2011, 11:03 PM
If you mean a rabbit hole like a Sim will go in and disappear then Raven Shadow's Rabbit Hole Replacement Project (http://nene.modthesims.info/d/435107) will let you create them. The problem is as I have found there's not really much stuff to decorate certain rabbit holes so you're left with an empty shell of a building that looks boring. I thought about making a simple wall plane to place behind the door and just putting different images on it but it's not finished yet and I kinda abandoned it since I lost it in game for 2 days due to checking a wrong flag and just started making stuff to decorate my rabbit holes. I might break it out and try to finish it if there's a demand for it.
12th Jul 2011, 3:55 AM
When using Raven Shadow's doors, the hidden room markers from NL come in very handy ;)
But yeah, his rabbit hole doors and rugs are one example of a way to remesh a rabbithole... to make it as tiny as possible, so it can fit in other objects. You can also modify the building meshes, for a less challenging project... or simply retexture them... there are several of those for download here.
Rabbit holes are persnickety objects, from everything I've heard, so it wouldn't be a good choice if you're new to mesh modding.
12th Jul 2011, 9:41 PM
Srikandi that's brilliant. That's probably be a much better solution for my rabbit holes than making the wall prop. Wasn't a useless project though since I found a way to get a wall mesh into Milkshape so I can use it to figure out where on the wall my objects actually are instead of having it way off center.
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