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#1 Old 2nd Apr 2021 at 10:12 PM Last edited by CatherineTCJD : 3rd Apr 2021 at 3:16 PM.
Default Grid-Adjuster Tutorial for Basic 2-Click Foundations and/or Flat Roofs
This tutorial gives the Basic settings to use in the Grid-Adjuster to create 2-Click Foundations, 2-Click Flat Roofs, and a Combination of both


YOU WILL NEED
Mootilda's Grid-Adjuster Tool ...obviously!
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AND I SUGGEST READING
Moo's own G-A Tutorial
Shasta's Little Decks Tutorial (This tutorial does the same thing, with a different approach.)
My other Grid-Adjuster Tutorial - which goes waaaay more in-depth!
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This tutorial assumes you are already familiar with TS2 building techniques and the Grid-Adjuster (Confused by it, maybe? But, you've looked into it before.)

Instructions:




To create a house on a 2-Click Foundation. These are the basic settings:
This will create a house similar to this one: Anne
*NOTE: Large dogs canNOT get inside a 2-click foundation house. All other Sims will be fine, however.
If you want to allow large dogs inside the house, you must use HL's SimplePassageStairs, and they must be added to the house while it has a 4-Click foundation. If you are building a 1-Click Foundation - ALL sims will need these stairs to get inside.


To create a house with 2-Click Flat Roof. These are the basic settings:
This will create a house similar to this one: Black Pearl Sunset


If you want a combination - 2-Click Foundation AND a 2-Click Flat Roof:
These are the setting for a 1-Story House -
This will create a house similar to this one: Studio 1162 SFH

If you are building a 2-Story house - instead of "20", you would use "36"
Here's the math...
foundation = 2 clicks
1st floor = 16 clicks
2nd floor = 16 clicks
2-Clk Flat Roof = 2 clicks
Added up, and you get 36

A 3-Story house would be... 52 clicks. You got this


If you have any Grid-Adjuster questions, please post below or shoot me a PM. I haven't learned everything there is to know about it yet, but I'm gaining lots of experience ... And I'll help if I can!
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#2 Old 2nd Apr 2021 at 11:34 PM
Great tutorial Cat and long needed. It's been a few years since I did a 2 click foundation and while I found some help out there nothing detailed like this.

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#3 Old 3rd Apr 2021 at 2:18 AM
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Originally Posted by joandsarah77
Great tutorial Cat and long needed. It's been a few years since I did a 2 click foundation and while I found some help out there nothing detailed like this.

I hope it makes sense!
I had a few inquiries about how to do this, and just kinda put this together on the spur of the moment.
Please let me know if I can be clearer on anything; or if you just have further questions

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#4 Old 3rd Apr 2021 at 6:25 AM
Thank you so much for making this! I've been looking for a tutorial to do these creations for a while. Looking forward to trying this out for myself.

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#5 Old 5th Apr 2021 at 12:11 AM
It is an interesting tutorial, very well explained and understandable. Well done Cathe, thank
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#6 Old 6th Apr 2021 at 9:31 AM
Mad Poster
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#7 Old 6th Apr 2021 at 3:08 PM
Thank you for commenting! All y'all are welcome
Please post here if you run into any questions/problems - I will try to help (and maybe your situation will help the next person's.)
The Grid-Adjuster is an awesome tool .

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