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61  Magazine Talk & General Chatter / Sims 2 Chat / Re: Sims 2 Apartment Life on: October 08, 2008, 09:52:47 pm
Now that the patch is available I'm seriously considering adding this ep to my collection.  Are there any downsides to AL game play that I should know about? 
62  Start here / Introduce Yourself / Re: Hello everyone on: September 22, 2008, 06:11:17 pm
Hello Carolina girl, it's nice to see another southern lady here.  I'm new as well but hope to become an old timer. Smiley  See you around the boards.
63  Magazine Talk & General Chatter / Sims 2 Chat / Re: How Do You Organize Your Download Folder on: September 22, 2008, 05:47:49 pm
I know what you mean about the mesh scare. I found myself hoarding files for fear of deleting the mesh.  But now that I know where/who created what mesh, I don't feel so bad about hitting the delete button because I can go to the site and download it again.
64  Magazine Talk & General Chatter / Sims 2 Chat / Re: How Do You Organize Your Download Folder on: September 21, 2008, 01:09:47 pm
I too have folders, sub-folders and organize those by creators etc.,

Treowe, deleting from in-game is fine if you don't have a lot of cc or if you know exactly where to find your items.  But when you have tons and tons of cc it can get a little time consuming hunting for stuff or at least that's the experience I've had in the past.  I mostly stick with cc like hair, makeup and clothes now because furniture, lots and tons of clutter for some reason unknown to me has a tendency to make my computer really slow.    Also it's easier for me to purge my files often.  For instance if I see cc that I realllly want then I'll make room for it by deleting those items that I don't use often.  I also run Sims2pack Installer frequently to make sure that I don't have duplicate files. Wink
65  Start here / Introduce Yourself / Re: Howdy from South Carolina :) on: September 21, 2008, 11:51:37 am
Thanks Stormy Smiley!  And Macthekat here's a smidgen of what I've just started.  It's one of the house from the house bin.  I'm making it for some sim folks in Strangetown.  Since find Living Sims I've dared to download more cc than ever before!  Hopefully my ole computer won't implode.

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66  Start here / Introduce Yourself / Re: Howdy from South Carolina :) on: September 19, 2008, 04:41:04 pm
Thank you both for the warm welcome, everyone seems to be so nice here.  I'll have to pluck up the courage to post some pics. Embarrassed
67  Magazine Talk & General Chatter / Ideas / Adding an Advice Column on: September 18, 2008, 05:54:17 pm
Many magazines have advice columns.  Some people may have a question concerning finds, decorating tips, photo-editing etc but may be too shy to post a question.  What if you have an advice column each edition with an expert answering questions that may have been posted here on the forum and then at the end of the article ask for more questions?
68  Magazine Talk & General Chatter / The Magazine / Re: Permission List on: September 18, 2008, 05:44:32 pm
I'm a mostly maxis girl but if ever you see something you want to use, please feel free. OK
69  Start here / Introduce Yourself / Howdy from South Carolina :) on: September 18, 2008, 05:40:22 pm
-What part of the world are you from?
I live and sweat and fear hurricanes in South Carolina/US.

- What is your favourite colour?
Hmm...I have a current favorite pairing of colors and that'd be aquamarine blue and white.

- What do you enjoy most about the sims?
Call me the 'Make-over Madame' because I love to make-over homely sims and plain, drabby lots.  I love to strip a pre-made lot bare and give it a complete make-over (at a much cheaper price :D).

- How long have you played sims?
Since the release of Sims2.

- What is your favourite Section of Magazine?
I love the whole magazine but the finds section is my favorite! I've never come across so many great sites before reading 'Living Sims'.

- What cartoon character would you date? 
Bugs Bunny.  Who could resist such a smart and wise-cracking bunny? Grin

- Do you have your own sims related website? Or are you a creator on a bigger site?
Sadly no.

- What is your favourite site to download build/buy mode stuff from?
Piggi Sims is my favorite because although I love the visual pleasure of looking at great cc my computer can't handle
so much.  I'm a mostly maxis girl when it comes to furniture and lots although I do have a weakness for cc potted plants and flowers.

70  First aid / WCIF - magazine / Re: Issue 4- By the sea on: September 16, 2008, 06:41:57 pm
Thanks! a million times. Grin
71  First aid / WCIF - magazine / Re: Issue 4- By the sea on: September 16, 2008, 11:55:52 am
On the first page in the first picture, there is a potted fern inside a bird cage, where can I find this?  Thanks.
72  First aid / WCIF - magazine / Re: Issue 1: Beach House Dreams on: September 14, 2008, 11:08:37 am
Thank you Nicola, you're so helpful. Grin
73  First aid / WCIF - magazine / Re: Issue 1: Beach House Dreams on: September 13, 2008, 03:46:25 pm
Where can I find the bowl of fruit on page 4?
74  First aid / WCIF - magazine / Re: Issue 5: Your Garden as Wedding Venue on: September 11, 2008, 07:21:38 pm
 Grin Thanks so much! I just love this forum and the magazine.  I can't believe how many wonderful hints, tricks and finds I've come across since the first issue. 
75  First aid / WCIF - magazine / Issue 5: Your Garden as Wedding Venue on: September 10, 2008, 08:13:22 pm
I've been looking for a podium like the one shown in the Garden wedding.  Could you please tell me where you found it? Thanks Smiley.

http://www.mackat.dk/livingetc/issue5/34page.htm
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