Teen Style Stuff Armoires Animation Fix

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Uploaded: 17th Jul 2008 at 12:41 PM
Updated: 24th Jul 2011 at 8:07 AM - AL Compatibility


2008-08-31: This fix was rolled into Stuff Pack Objects Fix Collection for Apartment Life in Apartment Life. If you have AL, remove this fix and get the new AL fix.

Note: This fix is intended for Pre-FT games only. I made a separate version so that pre-FT players can use it safely.
FreeTime players are encouraged to get the new version of my other fix, Teen Style Stuff Objects Fix for FreeTime, which includes this fix as well.


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Teen Style Stuff Pack is made of PHAIL. This is my third fix for this pack alone.

OFB introduced "small armoires" and "small dressers", which occupy less space, have decorative slots on top (in case of dressers) and can be placed at bedside without blocking the bed. As Teen pack is based upon Pets engine, which includes every semiglobal from all previous EPs, it can handle small armoires just fine. But these idiots gave Teen armoires the animation for normal armoires, not the one for small armoires. Sims' hands will pass right through the armoire door, resulting in unsightly b0rkage as shown in the screenshot.

This mod fixes the wrong animation of two Teen Style Stuff armoires, Elite & Gothic.
Also fixes Store Deco armoire, if this fix is loaded after Deco armoire.

Several people told me that Hack Conflict Detection Utility reports a conflict between this mod and Store Deco armoire. It's because this mod fixes wrong animation of Store Deco armoire, as I already said above. Just ignore the conflict, it's harmless. Make sure that this mod is loaded after Store Deco armoire to fix the wrong animation.
It does not conflict with my decorative slot mod, either.


Installation:

Place in your My Documents\EA Games\The Sims 2\Downloads folder.
(Or in a subfolder of Downloads folder.)


Changelog:

v1.0: Initial release.


Additional Credits:

Everyone who contributed to the development of SimPE