Question About the Snuggabunny Baby Swing

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Question About the Snuggabunny Baby Swing

Post by Sonshine » September 22nd, 2015, 9:20 pm

Hi, It seems like most sims will put the dumb swing on the fast setting autonomously. Is there a way to tune it or disable the fast setting? Every time they do this, I have to deal with a sick baby. Thanks!

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Post by igazor » September 23rd, 2015, 12:21 am

I've just looked in the game's master tuning file and afraid I don't see anything adjustable in there about what makes sims choose fast over slow. There is the difference inthe two "fun" factors, but I think that would pertain to the victim, erm I mean the baby/toddler, not the older sim putting them into it. But I did find the chance of nausea and it looks like that can be adjusted.

On City Hall or an in-game computer,
NRaas > Retuner > Settings > General > By Tunable XML > Sims3.Store.Objects > Baby Swing > kChanceOfQueasy > (default is 2)

Maybe try 0? Note that I am not in game at the moment so I might not have the path quite right. Also, you would want to try this out on a test copy of your game first, as Retuner can provide unexpected results with untested settings -- maybe this one will make everyone in town queasy at the same time? (doubt it in this case, but one never knows with this game...)

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Post by Sonshine » September 23rd, 2015, 1:31 am

Ok, thanks! I'll save my game first and then test it out.

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Post by Sonshine » September 24th, 2015, 7:48 pm

Hi again Igazor! you did good for not being in game. That path was good and so far it seems to be working out great. I set the setting on 0 and then I had one of the adult sims set it on fast purposely and the baby never got sick. Yay! No more sick baby!

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Post by igazor » September 24th, 2015, 7:54 pm

Glad that worked. It seemed logical. But the way this game was put together, "logical" sometimes results in worlds turning into a BFBVFS.
(I'll let readers who don't know this acronym google it as the expected results do fill up at least the entire first page)

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