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Where the wildlife roams
Simnation National Park
The only place you can visit and watch horses and llamas graze together in a natural setting . Sponsored by Raynev1 from Wild and Wonderful West Virginia . And I support this message .
Here below is a larger image . Good luck everyone .
I searched a lot to see if something and anything about this theme, nada. I got myself a newish comp with WIN 8.1 (64). I would like to install SC4 D there, either the 640 or 641, as I have both. But I had more than my share of troubles with SC4 D and my old and dying XP-sp3.
This one is a MMP set based on Xannepan's trees for the Quais de Seine waterfront set. It has 24 different trees and 3 different fallen leaves, organized on 4 groups available on the mayor mode flora menu.
The groups are divided by season (autumn, winter and summer/spring), but the MMPs aren't seasonal, so they don't change according to the game date.
JENXPARIS Quais de Seine (revisited)
A Painter's Patch
This will help the landscape painters among us - once installed you will be able to brush any flora MMPs right up to the shore and into the water of lakes, ponds, streams and rivers using ploppable water coming from SimPeg... You can camouflage any fixed shoreline or just create your own shores completely, no more plain straights and empty curves... ;-)
Aside from tweaking the shore lines you can 'paint' MMPs inside the water without using any extenders or other workarounds.
This patch will work for
* PEG Ponds
* PEG Streams
* PEG PPonds (Tahoe, including PEG Culverts and PEG Fords)
* PPond Canal Kit (inc. Docks, Locks and Bridges)
* SPAM Irrigation Canals (SPIC)
~ none ~
Though the patches make only sense if you use any of the listed packages ;o)
After unpacking you'll find a folder 'zzz_Free_Waters' - it doesn't really need to be the very last thing to load, but make sure it loads after all ponds, streams and pponds...
For a bonus the folder contains new larger water tiles as well - for the Ponds an additional 4x4 piece, for the Tahoe additional 2x2 and 4x4 pieces. They are in the 'Parks' menue along with the other water tiles.
Note: The installed patch will NOT take effect on already plopped landscapes. You need to either re-plop existing ponds and streams or just save it all for your new developments ;o)
And a word of caution - take it easy, brush by brush... else, before you know it, there is no more water to be seen!
For questions and support, visit the development thread
Happy painting ;o)
Mod edit 11th May 2017 - Fixed formatting
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