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Lab Assistant
#276 Old 25th May 2015 at 4:16 AM
I have a Mac and I cannot get mods to work. It worked fine when I had a PC, and my mods are working fine on all my other Sims games. I've followed the instructions multiple times to ensure I've done it correctly. Everything is where it should be, but the mods aren't working. Can anyone help?
Test Subject
#277 Old 26th May 2015 at 12:55 AM Last edited by springacres : 26th May 2015 at 1:06 AM. Reason: Added a tip.
Quote:
Originally Posted by nicjmartin
I have a Mac and I cannot get mods to work. It worked fine when I had a PC, and my mods are working fine on all my other Sims games. I've followed the instructions multiple times to ensure I've done it correctly. Everything is where it should be, but the mods aren't working. Can anyone help?

I was running into this question myself (trying to be sure I've installed the mods correctly the first time) and found this thread via Google. Going to try it myself, hope it helps!

[Edit] I recommend creating an alias (for you Windows users, that's Apple's term for a shortcut) for the TSM Mods folder and placing it somewhere on your desktop, so it's easier to find.
Test Subject
#278 Old 30th Aug 2015 at 3:45 AM
its not working. I don't know what I did wrong . I literally did everything u said to do. Help?????
Test Subject
#279 Old 6th Sep 2015 at 7:28 AM
I know for a fact ive done everything right so far, I mod my sims 3 game all the time! Everything is in the right folder, everything is named right, game says it's fully updated, but when I go to create a character none of my custom content shows up. Just absolutely nothing. Ive got the mod folder in the installation folder, packages inside that, resource.cfg in the install directory, the .dll in the /bin/ folder. Absolutely nothing, its infuriating!
Test Subject
#280 Old 6th Dec 2015 at 4:14 AM
Correct so far, but won't load.



I think I've done everything correct.

It won't run ANY of my mods. Please help and tell me what I might have done wrong.
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#281 Old 28th Dec 2015 at 9:04 AM
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Originally Posted by KatarinaMitzi



I think I've done everything correct.

It won't run ANY of my mods. Please help and tell me what I might have done wrong.


Did you happen to replace that resource.cfg in the bin folder? Because they're not the same resource as the one that you're meant to have at the ''installation folder". Open that resource in your bin folder via notepad. Does the resource.cfg (the one in the bin folder) has this:

Priority 500
DirectoryFiles Mods/Packages/... autoupdate
PackedFile Mods/Packages/*.package
PackedFile Mods/Packages/*/*.package
PackedFile Mods/Packages/*/*/*.package
PackedFile Mods/Packages/*/*/*/*.package
PackedFile Mods/Packages/*/*/*/*/*.package

If yes, idk I know that's definitely the wrong resource on that bin folder. Don't know how replace that or anything. If not, then from what the other previous post from this thread it may either be an outdated mod or a corrupt mod. May have to do a process of elimination. Hope that helps.
Test Subject
#282 Old 2nd Mar 2016 at 4:49 PM
Help!!!
I need help i just recently started playing the sims and I've NEVER installed mods before I have done everything it says to do but I can't seem to do it right. It might be because i'm installing CC hair but the creator told me to come here. I have went throught this page to try and figure out whats wrong and to see if I could figure it out but I haven't.
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Lab Assistant
#283 Old 3rd Mar 2016 at 6:30 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rockerduck
2) Set up your Mod folder. To do this, open your TSM installation folder and create a new folder named "Mods". Important: Mods do not (as of yet) work in the \My Documents\ folder where TSM saves some data, so be absolutely certain to go to your installation folder!

You've done the exact opposite of the above.
Test Subject
#284 Old 25th Mar 2016 at 3:12 PM
Thank You Sooooo much i owe you one
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rockerduck
Hiya y'all,

I noticed there seems to be a lot of confusion on how to successfully enable testingcheats or load mods for TSM so I blatantly copied some info in an attempt to help beginners to get everything to work properly. I hope this is useful to anyone.

First steps:

1) Patch your game. Rick's Debug Enabler does not work with the unpatched game.
2) Set up your Mod folder. To do this, open your TSM installation folder and create a new folder named "Mods". Important: Mods do not (as of yet) work in the \My Documents\ folder where TSM saves some data, so be absolutely certain to go to your installation folder!
Now create a new folder within the "Mods" folder called "Packages".
3) Now you need to add a resource.cfg file to your main TSM install folder, so the game knows you have mods and where to look for them. It is basically a text file that serves the same function it did in TS3 and contains the following:



4) Now you're all set up! This will load most of the current TSM mods. Put the *.package files into your Mods\Packages\ directory. You can use subfolders if you like. Subfolders will not work if your resource.cfg does only contain PackedFile Mods/Packages/*.package! Some Mods will create subfolders when you unzip them. If they do not show up or work this may be the reason why!

5) If you want to use Rick's Debug Enabler and/or TSM's testing cheats you will need to enable TestingCheatsEnabled as described in this post in order to enable the debug commands.

6) Script Mods will require d3dx9_31.dll to work. Chances are you're going to need this in the future as more Mods are made. d3dx9_31.dll goes into your \TSM Install Folder\Game\Bin directory.
Test Subject
#285 Old 31st Jul 2016 at 11:20 PM
OK I don't understand where is my installation folder!
I only have 2 folders that have the sims medieval in it.

The first one is : /Documents/Electronic Arts/Sims Medieval
The Second one is: /Program Files(x86)/Origin Games

And I've followed the instruction with the second one and it's not working!
Lab Assistant
#286 Old 30th Aug 2016 at 1:53 AM
This doesn't work for some reason...
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#287 Old 10th Oct 2016 at 3:30 PM
I've followed all instructions as far as I can tell, but STILL none of my mods seem to take effect.
Install directory, not documents, dxdll, resource.cfg, mods folder, packages folder, patched up to date.
Running through Origin and desperate for CAS mod of some kind (trying to cure Blue eye) less bird whistling and less sword fights. Otherwise I'm perfectly happy.
Have Pirates and Nobles, also through Origin.

Please help... I've been trying for days...
Test Subject
#288 Old 13th Mar 2017 at 11:48 AM
Hey, first of all thanks for that page. However I can't figure out how to install mods and seem to fail at the very first step. By patching do you mean: get the latest version? Or is there a patch I need to download? I bought the game last friday via origin (inkl. Pirates), created the mods and packages folder as well as game and bin, added cfg, etc. It doesn't work... any help appreciated.

Thanks
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1st Apr 2017 at 11:47 PM
This message has been deleted by GothicMonkey69. Reason: nvm, found out how: it's like when you installed mods normally, but in the Origin Games/The Sims Medieval folder
Test Subject
#289 Old 30th Apr 2017 at 2:53 AM
Hey! Has anyone here managed to get mods to work with Windows 10?
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