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Sunday, 13 March 2011

New Residential Lots

I have 2 new residential lots for you to download.

Sunshine-manor-by-oumamea

3 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, Family room, Entrance Hall, Laundry, Entertainment area and Double garage. Big windows to let the sun in, hence the name Sunshine Manor.

Furnished 186,230
Unfurnished 103,466
Lot Size: 40x30










Download HERE

Mea_myne_haus

Small but cozy house. 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, Laundry and double garage.

Price Unfurnished: 52710
Price Furnished: 103706
Lot Size: 40x30




Download HERE

Sunday, 06 March 2011

Problems with lots sinking into the ground or raising the ground - SOLVED

Problems with lots sinking into the ground or raising the ground - SOLVED


Here is how I did it (If someone else wants to try it):


1. Open the game and go to the world that you would like to place this lot in.

2. Make sure you have the correct size lot available but don't place your lot yet.

3. Click on the lot and select the edit lot tool. Wait for the lot to load.

4. Once the blank lot is loaded do the following:


1. Enter the cheat space (Ctrl+Shift+C) and type testingcheatsenabled true press enter

2. Cheat space again and type constrainFloorElevation false press enter

3. Cheat space type setimportedterrainoffset {value} press enter (See note below about the {value} you have to add here)

4. Now reverse the cheat commands constrainFloorElevation true, testingcheatsenabled false, remember to press enter after each command

5. Go to edit town and place your lot

If all went well your lot should now be perfect!!!

ps The command setimportedterrainoffset {value} The value here can be diffrent from what I have used. I tried diffrent values until I got it to where it should be. If your lot is raised instead of sinking you can use a negative value for instance -3.

I hope this will help someone that is also having a similar problem.