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#26 Old 3rd Dec 2010 at 8:58 AM
Well, the staff member who does the mods area is experienced in creating their own mods - and if you see something that you think is broken, let the creator know by posting in their thread to tell them what part is busted. Just as with anything - mods, objects, whatever, it's possible to do it wrong. Everyone's still learning. And if we get a bunch of dumb noobs uploading broken updates, we can see if we need to change things to stop that. Right now, it's not an issue - the couple updated things we've seen don't seem to have any major problems, judging by the lack of "omg its broke fix it fix it!" on the threads.

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#27 Old 3rd Dec 2010 at 1:23 PM
Well, if that happens we'll likely end up with 1.17 updates which aren't updated for, say, 1.19 - which isn't much worse than having 1.12 mods which aren't updated for 1.17, as is the case when a modder is taken away by RL or otherwise decides not to update their mod.

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#28 Old 4th Dec 2010 at 4:06 AM
I want ask this. I already got a permission from the author about releasing the updated 1.17/LN mods which I posted in her original thread (later got deleted by moderator due to new filesharing policy). Now I have asked her permission for me to make a new thread for the updated mods, but she haven't answered yet (she last active on 22 Nov, I think she is busy with the RL). The question is can I make a new thread for the updated mods now or do I have to wait for her answer? I don't mind to wait. Thank you.
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#29 Old 4th Dec 2010 at 10:03 AM
anak_ponti - Depends on what she said in her original permission - if she just said, "Sure, go ahead and put up your updated version, I don't mind," or something like that, you can post it as a new thread and just state you have permission.

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#30 Old 18th Dec 2010 at 10:21 PM Last edited by porkypine : 18th Dec 2010 at 10:37 PM.
I've always LOVED Macarossi's gorgeous garden plants for TS2! TS3 sorely lacks a lot of plant variety so I've been learning TS3 meshing by converting Macarossi's meshes to TS3 so I can decorate my TS3 lots. I'd like to upload them here. Macarossi hasn't logged in for a very long time. While conversions are not specifically mentioned in Macarossi's policies, I think uploading the conversions here would be ok. Can a MOD confirm this for me? Thanks!

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#31 Old 18th Dec 2010 at 10:34 PM
So long as Macarossi's policy doesn't forbid conversions, and he hasn't logged in in the past six months, then yes, that's fine, you can upload.

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#32 Old 18th Dec 2010 at 10:36 PM
Thanks! (I've always wondered if Macarossi was a he or a she.) I have big -plans for winter break.
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#33 Old 18th Dec 2010 at 10:42 PM
Oh, I have no idea, I just guess genders .

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#34 Old 18th Dec 2010 at 10:41 PM
Well.. Porky here is a rotund, female-type creator. minus-prickly aspects.
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