Industrial Ladder (Now also stackable)
Updated: 5th Feb 2012 at 9:28 AM - Noticed a problem when both ladders in use
UPDATE 10.12: Added stackable version of the ladder.
NOTE 5.2.2012: Ladders use same resources, just pick one version. I will fix it later so that you can have both in your game at the same time
Here is a half-tile ladder for your cramped spaces and factories.
It is fully functional and sims can use it to move from floor to floor. However, there is no animation and the sims just teleport to the next floor.
The footprint of the ladder is half a tile. However, you need to leave 1/2 tile space free in front of the ladder so that sims can access it. Also leave some room at the top of the stairs so that the sims can get off the ladder. If you don't the sims will complain that they cannot use the ladder.
When you place the ladder, a floortile appears on the upper floor. Hammer that floortile away!
- Category location - Build/Stairs and railings/Spiral Staircases
- Price - 199
- 3 channels
- 2 presets - dull grey metal and wood
- NO ANIMATIONS! (Uses Inge's script for removing them)
Vertices and faces - High: 590/544, Medium: 438/404
Inge Jones for Modded script for spiral stair clones in flexible meshes
Ingeli & Inge for support and encouragement while doing the stackable version
Joneses for Cmomoney for all the wonderful Blender tools
Sundberg & Isacsson for TSR Workshop
Delphy for the VPXY Editor
Also, I would not have had the patience to test this without:
Jonha's Any Game Starter 3
Armiel's Builder's Island - DIY
This is a new mesh, and means that it's a brand new self contained object that usually does not require a specific Pack (although this is possible depending on the type). It may have Recolours hosted on MTS - check below for more information.
Description: Industrial ladder by misukisu. Credits: custom script for stopping animation by inge jones.
Description: Industrial ladder by misukisu. Has floor cutout and can be used in basements. Credits: custom script for stopping animation by inge jones.
Size: 81.5 KB · Downloads: 17,514 · 10th Dec 2011
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Size: 42.4 KB · Downloads: 17,516 · 21st Nov 2011
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- - File was updated after upload was posted
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