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Srikandi
24th Mar 2011, 3:04 AM
... for anybody wondering... at least, those made with Delphy's Pattern Packager do :) Only thing is, they turn up in the Misc. category. I'm sure we'll be able to sort that out soon and get them into the right places though :)

HystericalParoxysm
24th Mar 2011, 9:04 AM
Ohhh, nice! Thanks Sri!

Srikandi
25th Mar 2011, 2:37 AM
OK... turns out that some categories match, others don't. The first pattern I tested with didn't show up in the correct category becuase there ISN'T a "tile and mosaic" category in TSM (strangely... not like they didn't have tiles and mosaic in the Middle Ages ;) ). If your pattern has one of the matching categories, it will show up in the right place. I tested this with these Weave and Wicker patterns: http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?t=344730 .

If you want to modify the category for a TS3 pattern so that it goes where you want it in TSM, Granthes has posted a lil tut on his blog for that: http://sims3.the-prof.net/2011/03/custom-patterns-for-the-sims-medieval/

Thanks to him for figuring that out for me :)

nicolien76
24th Feb 2013, 9:32 PM
OK... turns out that some categories match, others don't. The first pattern I tested with didn't show up in the correct category becuase there ISN'T a "tile and mosaic" category in TSM (strangely... not like they didn't have tiles and mosaic in the Middle Ages ;) ). If your pattern has one of the matching categories, it will show up in the right place. I tested this with these Weave and Wicker patterns: http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?t=344730 .

If you want to modify the category for a TS3 pattern so that it goes where you want it in TSM, Granthes has posted a lil tut on his blog for that: http://sims3.the-prof.net/2011/03/custom-patterns-for-the-sims-medieval/

Thanks to him for figuring that out for me :)

wow thanks a lot! :gjob:

Cuniculosa
26th Feb 2013, 1:55 AM
Oh, they just go in misc? I hadn't tried putting in patterns that didn't match an existing category- I'd even gone through and edited some so they counted as fabric before putting them in packages. That's what I get for over-thinking things.