Post by menaceman44 on Aug 24, 2017 18:42:07 GMT -5
Is there anywhere in an object's coding that determines if the design tool works with it or not? I though that if an object had the "The Design Tool Cannot Be Used On This Object" message that all I would have to do is to add some recolours to it but that isn't working for what I am trying. I recently noticed that the frames for photographs ARE recolourable but the frames for paintings are NOT recolourable. I made some test recolours for the large painting canvas (first as additional recolours and then tried as a default override) but I still can't use the Design Tool on the frame. Is this behaviour something that can be changed?
Post by orangemittens on Aug 27, 2017 17:18:37 GMT -5
Do you mean the easel paintings?
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Post by menaceman44 on Sept 5, 2017 9:22:16 GMT -5
These are the two packages I was playing with before I moved onto a different project. The first contains four additional colours> www.simfileshare.net/download/312701/ The second is a default replacement with three additional colours> www.simfileshare.net/download/312702/ They are both for the large canvas painting only. Neither of them seem to have any effect. I assume it's because they are craftables.
I did take a look at this in some depth. I don't think it will be able to be recolored (except as an override) without creating a new recipe for each swatch or a complete rewrite of the python painting scripts.
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