How to Install Mods and Custom Content (CC)

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Custom Content lets you expand your Sims 4 game with downloads from mod sites.
Custom Content brings additional hair, objects, and other downloads to the game. Mods expand on the gameplay or alter it in some way.

Note about Mod Help
Do not bother asking us for help with mod/cc issues. Go to the mod author on a forum/site they frequent or where they host their content. The mod author knows their work and can help you better than us, additionally they may appreciate bug reports!

Tutorial: How to Install Mods and Custom Content in The Sims 4

A tutorial teaching players how to install custom content and mods for The Sims 4 via a pair of examples, also seeks to define the different meanings between the two.

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About Mods and Custom Content
Mods and Custom Content are wildly popular among Sims 4 players, but if you're new to the franchise you may be unaware what treasures await those who ravenously scour the web for the latest downloads. There is far more free content available to download than is included in the base game and all game/stuff packs combined. In this guide, I'll teach you how to install CC and mods, explain what they are and offer some direction on where to go from here by providing links to sites where you can binge-download CC for your game.

What is CC?
Custom Content is simple compared to mods, thought they can sometimes take as much time to make. CC is hair, textures, objects, and clothing that can be downloaded and easily added to your game. You'll find everything from wall patterns, to dressers, earrings, and beautiful flowing gowns. Since CC creators don't have to think about system requirements like Maxis does, and can also sink more time into each piece, they can make truly beautiful additions to the game that greatly enhance the graphics (especially in the case of hair) and increase the number of options available to the player. More options and better looking swag are what CC is all about.

MTS is a great place to go for Sims content
Modthesims.info is one of the best sites out there for downloading both CC and Mods for The Sims

What are Mods
Mods are game modifications to the Sims 4, pure and simple. Practically any game that is moddable has mods. They may enhance a feature, or introduce entirely new features. Mod creators work hard to make sure their content is stable and adds the functionality that is described when they share it with the Sims community. Some mods greatly enhance gameplay, make minor adjustments to how things work (like how often objects break), or simply fix something that irritates a lot of players. Mod creators sometimes fix bugs before EA does, and may at times be more in tune with the community's desires for how something should work. For example, door locks were released in a patch, but first came in the form of a mod.

None of these things are meant to criticize Maxis/The Sims Studio, who are doing a wonderful job developing a game that's worth modding, but when you have all the hundreds or thousands of people who partake in adjusting the game and creating custom content for it, there's naturally many more hands working to make improvements and content for it.

How to Install CC and Mods

Where to go to install mods in The Sims 4
Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4/Mods is the folder you need in order to install mods and cc. Sims/lots go inside the Tray folder.

Installing Mods in The Sims 4
The process for downloading both CC and Mods is the same, so we will cover them both at once. They are installed in Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4/Mods. Open Windows Explorer or Finder on Mac. Click your Documents folder, Electronic Arts, then The Sims 4. If you have trouble finding it, look for the Users folder on C:, click the User of the PC (in my case, Carl) then proceed to Documents (or My Documents) and go from there. For windows users, Documents is usually on the left in the menu as you can see in the screenshot.

Enable Mods, CC, and Script Mods in order to use them for The Sims 4
In order to use CC, Mods, and Script Mods, you must first enable them in the game's options menu. For Script Mods to work, the first box must be checked. Read below to learn about Script Mods.

Turn on Mods in the Menu
Since a patch was released, players now need to enable mods through the options menu. Press ESC > Options > Other. From there, select Enable Custom Content and Mods. After a patch, you may need to turn this back on.

Similarly, for Houses that contain CC that you Cannot See in My Library using the Gallery
If you've downloaded a house from a site that isn't from the Gallery, it goes to the Library. Select View Content by > Others from the left side of the window within the My Library section of the Gallery, unless you're the one who made it. Look to the above section on enabling CC in order to see houses with CC in your library properly. On the bottom left of the Libary screen, click advanced and the 'Include Custom Content' checkbox. You'll need to do this if you've downloaded houses that contain CC from other websites. Without doing so, houses that include CC will not appear in your Library..

If you still can't find the house try turning off online features access so that gallery houses will not appear in the list, you'll see much less and it'll be easier to locate. Go to Game Options > Other from the escape menu and toggle this setting. This will in effect turn off the gallery option. This may help finding content you've added to the game, and you can turn the gallery back on afterward. (Thanks for the tip, MrsFlynn!). Otherwise, make sure the home is in the right folder by following the instruction in this guide.

The Mods Folder
Next, find or create the Mods folder. It should already be there, but if it's not you can right click in the white area within The Sims 4 folder and create a folder, being sure to name it Mods. The game automatically recognizes and attempts to utilize anything in this folder. So, once we download CC, we'll copy the files to that folder. Tip: You can have other folders inside the Mods folder, so if you'd like to separate out your CC and Mods in to separate folders, or even categorize them by object/clothing type, you can do so! Additionally, Forum member RandyH notes that it's possible to rename mods so long as you keep the .package at the end of the file name. This can make your organization even simpler, and possibly help you track things down easier. All of this is actually a good idea should you run into a mod or piece of CC that gives you trouble, so that it's easier to find and remove.

Script mods are a special type of Mod that must remain inside a zip file in order to work. You must also go to the game options menu (ESC > Game Options > Other > Script Mods Allowed) to enable them. You can see this section in the menu in the screenshot further up where you also enable normal Mods and CC.

It's worth noting there is another folder here, Tray. That folder contains the households you've created but NOT saved to the gallery. It is also where you install Sims and Lots. This folder is important regardless, so you can avoid creating or downloading them all again.

Installing
Installing is pretty much hands off and you've just got to put them in the Mods folder, but you will sometimes have to deal with zip files. Remember, script mods are NOT unzipped, but everything else should be. Newer mods may have the .ts4script extension which you can leave alone (thanks, DarkWalker). If it's a .package file, you're fine - just right click it and cut or copy it, go to the Mods folder and paste. If it's a zip, click it and look inside. Double click the zip and look at the file type of the file inside - is it a pyc or .package at the end of the file name? If the zip contains a .pyc file, it is a script mod and should remain zipped.* If it's a .package, you need to copy that and any other package files from the zip and copy them to the mods folder. Pictures and instructions inside the zip are usually unnecessary. Sometimes mod creators give you these very instructions - "Extract .package file, copy it to the Mods folder, enjoy"!

* About .pyo files - Files ending in pyo are no longer supported due to an update to the base level of python Sims 4 uses, meaning it is definitely an out of date mod if this is the case.

If you download a Sim or House/Lot from a place other than the Gallery, it will go in the Tray folder, not the Mods folder.

Backing up Saved Games, Mods, and CC
You can backup your Mods and CC just as you can Save files, and it's smart to do this in case of disaster. Copy them to another drive or a USB stick and they're safe from hard drive failure. Head to your Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4 folder. Right click each of those three important folders - Saves, Tray, and Mods. Copy them then paste in a new location, where you know to find them. Should you have to reinstall the game or wipe everything, you've got a copy of your Sims families, and kept your collection of CC and Mods. These are precious because it takes time to build up a collection, and losing dozens of downloads can be a major nuisance.

Sims 4 Mod Manager
There is an option for those of you who do not want to deal with unzipping files and would like the ability to easily enable/disable mods. Raxdiam's Sims 4 Mod Manager is a solution for that. It's got a lot of features, is fairly easy to use, and if you explore the site you can even find a video explaining how to use it.





Links to CC/Mod Sites

Lumialoversims is one of many bloggers who shares custom content with the Sims 4 Community
Lumialoversims is one of many talented custom content creators for The Sims 4.

The following are sites that are well-known for hosting CC and Mods. I want to say that I'm not responsible for anything you see or that happens as a result of using these sites. I'm putting those we're all most familiar with up top, as they're in general the best places to go to download things for Sims. Many creators have their own blogs, and they're worth following if you like their work. The two big sites up front here host many items though, and should be visited by anyone interested in expanding their game. You can then explore people's tumblr/wordpress blogs and find creators whose work you enjoy, follow them, and enjoy a better Sims game. Some CC creators specialize in hair, others clothing and some make a mix of everything.

  • modthesims.info - Definitely my go-to, though I don't use CC heavily. Everything on MTS is totally free, and it's exceptionally well-organized. This makes for an easy browsing experience. They feature so much content that they are almost all you need in order to really beef up your game with CC. Of course, modthesims also has plenty of mods, and many of the best mod makers in The Sims community are members there.
  • The Sims Resource - TSR is also a high quality site for downloading CC, and like MTS features content for Sims 3 as well. If you get addicted to CC you may even want to join as a VIP, which makes mass-downloading items much easier and removes ads from the site.
  • Sims 4 Downloads - A site that watches blogs, MTS, and TSR to watch for new CC and Mods. Basically a Sims 4 downloads news feed that can help you get to some great content. You can browse by creator using their drop-down box and discover talented artists.
  • Black's Sims Zoo - I saw a variety of objects here for download, though the site is in German. You'll need to register (simply try to download something and it will prompt you). Thankfully, the word Download is international.
  • Tumblr - this link leads to content tagged as sims-4-custom-content on tumblr, where many CC makers have an outlet to share their art. This can help you find creators you want to follow. It can be a good place to browse for new content visually, though be careful because you'll need to visit some download sites that can have confusing links. Watch out for ads that say 'download', and look for buttons like 'Skip ad' so that you can get past a full-screen ad that looks like a download page!
  • LumiaLoverSims - I saw some great hair meshes when visiting this site, its design impressed me when compared to the other tumblr blogs I visited.
  • Kijiko - makes beautiful hairstyles. On this site, you can also find makeup, clothing, and skin tones for your Sims.
  • TheSimsSperience - She's a wonderful creator with loads of content for Sims 4. I saw some great recolors you can install, and it seems to be updated with new content regularly.
  • DecayClownSims - lots of dark/goth CC that is quite nice. My only gripe is their site design is quite confusing, though the content itself is high quality and definitely fills a niche. At time of writing, the next page button is on the left, in case you can't find it.
  • There are many, many bloggers I'm leaving out but am just giving you a place to get started. If you like a creator's work, follow them and you'll see their various updates. If you like a particular CC creator, share the link here and give them some exposure. I'll check it out and add some of them to the list, as well.

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    catsays...
    My Sims4 Mods folder doesn't have the resource file so mods aren't showing up in my game... How do I fix this?
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    Playlotsays...
    Quit your game. Take all your mods out of the Mods Folder, delete the current Mods Folder. Start your game and a new mods folder will be generated with the resource.cfg file. Quit your game, put back in your mods etc.
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    Feleciasays...
    ok i really need help, i just got a new laptop and i downloaded origin and all of the sims 4 games that i have. i want to add all of the custom content (mod folder) that i saved onto a usb. i go into my folder explorer go into my docs and there is nothing there for the sims. just a folder called my bluetooth. i back out and go into my pc, user, docs and again nothing is there. i then proceed to go into program files (x86) origin games and that is where a sims 4 folder is but Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4 does not exist. did i screw up somewhere in the download? what can i do?
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    MrsFlynnsays...
    I'm not sure if I'm understand this correctly, so please give more details if I not.

    What it sounds like is you may not have installed Sims 4 in the correct folder or maybe the install process isn't clear enough.

    By default Sims 4 should install in:
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4

    Your user folder by default should be installed to:
    C:\Users\<Username>\Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 4

    If your user files (like saves, tray and others) aren't in \Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 4 folder, you might want to search your computer for them.

    To search your computer, click the Start button. In the Search bar type in the Sims 4. If you find the folder or files any where other than \Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 4. You will want to move or copy them back to that location so the game can recognize the files within that folder.
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    Feleciasays...
    this exist - C:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4 and all of the sub folders are in it so there is no problem there...

    but this C:\Users\<Username>\Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 4
    does not.

    i went to the actual sims forum and sent this same message out and i was told that i'd have to play the game it everything (the folders) would pop up.

    this has never happened to me before that's why i'm a little freaked that i messed something up.
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    MrsFlynnsays...
    No, you didn't mess anything up, they are correct. After you've installed the game to launch/start the game you have to log into Origin and click the play button on Sims 4. It's after that it (the game) creates the Sims 4 folder. Then you'll be able to find your Sims 4 user files such as, saves, tray folder and other folders and files.
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    Dragonsays...
    How do i get mods on xbox1?
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    MrsFlynnsays...
    I'm sorry, there is no mod or custom content support for the console edition.
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    hisays...
    Hey I have everything i need in the mods folder but when i put cc in the folder then go on the game; when i go to cas then i click *custom* it doesnt show the word custom content!!
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    Playlotsays...
    So in CAS under the filter 'Content' the sub-filter 'Custom Content' is not there? Have you unzipped the cc? CC should be just '.package' files.
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    Marysays...
    I have this problem where it won't let me place the lots I've installed saying my game isn't updated, even though my game is updated all the way to My First Pet Stuff pack! Thanks Smile
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    Playlotsays...
    Take out all mods and cc and store in folder on your desk top. Delete the localthumbcache.package file and then start a new game. If everything works now then you have outdated/broken mods. You'll need to put mods/cc back in batches to find which ones are broken.
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    rebeccasays...
    i have downloaded and placed all the cc into my mods folder and even separated them out into different categories but the only things that are showing up in game are the .ts4script items. how do i get the .package items to appear in game? i have them unzipped already and they still do not show up
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    rebeccasays...
    Also, .zip files do show up in the mods section in the game but do not work when i go to use them
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    Playlotsays...
    TS4 doesn't read nested files. So if you have a chain that is more than 2 folders long nothing will show up in your game.
    So it's ok to have Mods>Male clothing. With all male clothing cc directly into the 'male clothing' folder but it is not ok to have Mods>Male clothing>Shirts for example.
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    Redbeanssays...
    i moved them to my mods folder and enabled the mods and script patch and i still dont see it on game what do i do?Unsure
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    simturamasays...
    I was wondering if anyone on here has used the MC Command Mod and if you know how the story progression works. Does it only affect townies?
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    Playlotsays...
    I haven't but I believe there are settings for played sims and for NPC's. Best bet would be to ask on the creators site: I think you can navigate to a help area on his tumblr from this link: deaderpoolmc
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    Cindysays...
    I started to download the Sims 4 Mod Manager and my virus scan alerted the page had a virus/malware.
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    Playlotsays...
    Might just be something to do with an outdated certificate but you'll need to contact the mod creator and let them know.
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    Laurensays...
    I wanted to download it because every time I play sims 4 I tired of having the old thing so I decided to download the sis 4 custom content so I could be happy because my sister has a lot of pack and when I got on my account I would play sims 4 and I had some of her new stuff from sims 4 and she did something in the folder and I tried it and I didn't know how to do so when my sister left with my other mom I sneaked an I went to the computer and played sims 4 it wasn't none of her new stuff so that's why I wanted the custom content.
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    Mollysays...
    Do I find the sims that I download & move into the Tray file the same way you explained how to find the houses downloaded but not yet in the gallery? Also, if i download a sim into the tray folder is it also required to download every piece of custom content the creator used for them to show up or is it like downloading a set & all of the cc mods are included?
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    Emmasays...
    Could someone explain what meshes for cc are and how they work? Thanks!
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    Playlotsays...
    I can't here but you probably would do better to ask on a modding site like modthesims etc There are also many you-tube vids out there explaining it all so try googling in yt and see what comes up. Smile
    There is also this guide to using TS4 Studio that in-part explains what a mesh is: http://sims4studio.com/thread/4324/tutorial-detailed-guide-create-clothing. That might get you started anyway
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    Queenkeke79says...
    im very stumped and need help ASAP. Now i have 2 major questions! I downloaded a couple of script mods to my game which are food custom, social media, height slider, give gifts and some more cc after I did i went into my game successfully and i was in bulid mode and it popped up the last execption notice 50 million times so i was really sleepy and decided to get off my game. yesterday i tired getting into my game and it would look like it was starting but then just got to Orgin and i searched high and low and did everything but i found that they said it was mods could also that .so this is where my question splits into 2, i saw a video that said make a folder on your desktop and cut it to there and if your game started it up it is a mod. i tired to do it and i ran outta space on my computer, i just got a 128gb flashdrive and i cut my mods out and put it there and my game started. The problem is before i notice this situation i downloaded tons of cc (mostly buildmode items) so im not exactly sure what it is that cause my game to do that and i put in the last execption document into the xml pretty print and the first thing that showed was my Youtube career mod and i took that out my game and it didnt work still. is there some type of resource that helps find out what is messing my game up? My second question is the reason why i put the mods on my usb was because i wanted to free up space on my computer but i want it to still show up on my game. How do I do that or is there away?? do i have to put my save game files on there as well to work?? or my whole game?? sorry for the long question but i wanted to make sure that you knew what the issues was thank you
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    Playlotsays...
    You'd be better posting your question on our forum board that is specifically for help with mods and cc here: Forum help for mods and cc (click) because there is more room for discussion and you will also get answers from people who use mods regularly.
    I can tell you that you should always organize your cc very carefully into sub folders that are only one level deep as that way when there are issues it is easy to test for errors.
    Have a read of this post How to fix problems with mods and cc for more info.
    The sims4studio may be of help to figure out which mod is causing you an issue but I've not used it myself so again you'd need to ask on the forum for detailed instructions about that.
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    Queenkeke79says...
    Thank you for replying and I do have all of them sorted out Smile but I found this thing called mod checker and I figured out that I downloaded cc that is for sims 3 so my game is working now( YAYYYYY) the only problem left is my game taking up to much space but I found out that you need a external hard drive but I’m not sure on how to actually put it on it if you have and website recommendations I would love them and thank you if you do
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    Jerrusays...
    I downloaded a .package mod, and followed the tutorial. (Copy+Paste .package file to the mods folder). But the game wont open and would show me an error message, stating that the mod files appears to be corrupted. It works fine when I remove all the mods in the folder. What should I do to make it work?
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    Playlotsays...
    Could be the mod is out dated. Go back to the creators site and check when it was last updated making sure it will work with the current game build.
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    Kaley Billingssays...
    Can you do this on a laptop?
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    Playlotsays...
    If you have a powerful enough gaming laptop that runs the game well then there is no reason why you can't use mods and/or cc.
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    Annasays...
    I need help. I've downloaded a few .package files, but the ones that weren't in a zip folder didn't work. It just wouldn't open sims 4. is there anyone that can help me??
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    Playlotsays...
    I'm not sure what I can suggest as I often download .package files and place them directly into my Mods folder and the content shows up in-game. Are the mods/cc updated? Maybe check on the creators site to see when their stuff was last updated.
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    Kristin M Almansays...
    I have downloaded hair mods a bit ago.... all of a sudden the colors for the hair will no longer change. I can only have blonde. I still have the color options, but when I click on it to change nothing happens. What would have happened to make the color options not work?
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    Playlotsays...
    I think this occurred with the most recent patch. I can't find the discussion post that I vaguely remember reading about this, sorry, but if you go back to the creators site and read through the comments you should be able to find out some more information.
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    lilysays...
    Do you have to extract before unzipping? Because if you do, I just wasted a lot of time... Sad
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    Playlotsays...
    Once the zip file is sitting on your desktop, double click the zip and look at the file type of the file inside - is it a pyo or .package at the end of the file name? If the zip contains a .pyo file, it is a script mod and should remain zipped. If it's a .package, you need to copy that and any other package files from the zip and copy them to the mods folder.
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    Forest of Secretssays...
    I am on windows 7, in my docs folder theres no electronic arts folder, its only in a folder i cant acces normally w no sims 4 folder. the sims folder is in my origin games folder, but the only subfolders that show r "_installer", "Data", "Delta", "EP01", "FP01", "Game", "GP04", and "Support". None of those folders have any mods folders either
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    Mariasays...
    I has a question... If I didn't buy sims 4 but I downloaded will I be able to have cc?
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    Playalotsays...
    No idea if cc creators allow their content to be used with cracked versions.
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    VillyTsays...
    I have a number of houses from Modthesims and they are all full of files that go like "numbers.filetype". Is it safe to rename those files and have them be "housename_numbers.filetype"? Just so I can tell which house is which in case I don't want it any longer and wish to remove it from my Tray folder?
    Ditto for downloaded sims once I find some I like.
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    Playalotsays...
    We have a series of 'How-To's: that may help:
    How To Organize your Files
    How To Organize files in the Tray Folder
    List of all the walk-thrus in our tech help Section: All TS4's Tips and Help Section
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    VillyTsays...
    I already read those and they don't really answer my question. I already have the files in a folder per house but what I want isn't a backup. It's a way to know which files belong to which house and which files belong in each sim in the Tray folder. I guess there isn't a straightforward yes/no solution. Shame, with Sims2 and Sims3 I could do just that and keep my game files neat, organized and easy to tell apart.
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    Playalotsays...
    There is no way to know exactly which file relates to which in-game house/sim unless you took all of them out of your tray folder apart from one house or household and then looked in game to see which one it was, wrote it down and then wrote down the file identification from the tray folder. And who has got time for that? No one I'd assume! But, technically, it could be done that way.
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    VillyTsays...
    Why not? It's what we already do when placing new lot/sim files into the Tray folder. If say you downloaded a new build, unzipped it and placed those files into the Tray, you already know which build they belong to. My problem is that once those files are in the Tray they become a mess and it's impossible to easily separate them (in case I've disliked a build or a sim and want to remove them from the Tray folder).

    I've always kept my files organized by name so a way to name each file to correspond to the house it belongs to makes a world of sense to me. I guess I'll just let it stay a mess and keep my backups organized the way I like them and remove everything from the Tray whenever I want to delete a build/sim. Frankly *that* is far more time consuming than finding the files I want by name.

    Sucks that sims4 doesn't have a single package or pack file per build. I wonder who had the "bright" idea to shake things up for sims4 from what worked perfectly in sims2 and sims3...

    Oh well, thank you for responding however. Smile
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    Playalotsays...
    Agree, it's a shame the tray folder couldn't be organized as we do in TS3 but for example currently my TS4 tray folder is 84MB and contains 2,544 files. There's just no way I am going to put in the time needed to 'organize' all those lots and sims now. Maybe if I had started organizing way back in 2014 but....I didn't and so all I do now is make a back up zip every now and then.
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    VillyTsays...
    I'm a fan of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" so this new Tray deal annoys me. I guess I have to just get used to it or keep it empty (like someone in another thread suggested) and only add one sim or build at a time to see how I like it. If I like it, then keep it in a zip file properly named, and use it only when I want to place it. Otherwise, just toss it.
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    Playalotsays...
    Yeah, if your tray folder is relatively empty now would be the time to organize it by keeping a record of exactly what lot or household or sim each set of files is for sure.
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    Bobsays...

    Thanks Xx

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    missmunchkinssimssays...

    how to do apply skins to a baby?

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    Alexissays...

    Hello! I think I've followed all of the steps, however when starting the game I don't get any notifications that my custom content has downloaded. When I'm creating a sim, it doesn't have the filter option of custom content. I've played Sim's 4 on my friend's computer, but this is the first time I have played on my own computer. Please help!

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    Playalotsays...

    Well, taking a guess maybe you still need to enable mods through the options menu in-game. Press ESC > Options > Other. From there, select Enable Custom Content and Mods.



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    Super Sim Text + Checklist and Video Guide! Here is my Super Sim Challenge Guide and Checklist to accompany my video guide to making Super Sims in The Sims 4 that you can view on Youtube.

    This is inspired by a new series in which I start at toddler and gradually take on the major bonuses. Here's a link to the full playlist!

    I now have a guide page to Tiny Living Stuff where you can learn about Murphy Beds, the new death, as well as the lot bonuses you'll receive if you manage to keep the size of your lot down with this new pack's Tiny Home Lot Type.

    Let's Play Playlist

    Super Sim Gameplay in The Sims 4

    New I now have a guide to Making Super Sims in The Sims 4. Look for a text version within the next 72h. It won't have THAT much more info but it will help out as a checklist.

    This was inspired by a series, "Let's Play a Super Sim" in which I start at toddler and gradually take on the major bonuses. Here's a link to each part for people who are interested. You can also see the Let's Play as a Playlist on Youtube.

    #1 Making a Top Notch Toddler
    #2 Starting Childhood
    #3 Finishing Childhood Aspirations
    #4 Parenthood Character Values
    #5 Teen Goals
    #6 Finishing Teen
    #7 Max Teen + Clubs and Tiny Living
    #8 Adulthood - Vampire + Reward
    New #9 Master Vampire

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