vixpixy what do you mean by your game is in your documents? like the literal sims 4 is in your documents folder? if so, it needs to be in your C drive with the origin documents. and please share the error you get from s4s. if you don't get a big thing of code, please go into the sim's 4 studio logs and check there
Last Edit: Jan 14, 2018 11:20:31 GMT -5 by annabluu
Post by archangelduskanddawn on Jan 27, 2018 12:13:01 GMT -5
I don't have Sims 4 in Origins. I have it in C-Documents-Electronic Arts-Sims 4. And it keeps telling me it's an error, it can't find the Path for Sims 4. I also don't use Origins at all, so it doesn't have a game folder. I tried making a game folder and put Sims 4 in it. But that doesn't work wither (I use windows). All I wanted was to make re-colors for hair, so I can have more natural hair colors!
archangelduskanddawn welcome to s4s! you need to have sims 4 downloaded from the origin launcher in order for it to work properly. it's most likely in your c drive in your program files(x86). if your game was pirated there is nothing we can do about that, for we do not support nor talk about piracy here at sims 4 studio forums.
Last Edit: Jan 27, 2018 13:19:41 GMT -5 by annabluu
For an hour and a half, I went through this thread trying every one of the different suggestions until I decided to mess a little bit more with this before I finally gave up. I went to Finder>Documents and searched at the top right corner "Electronic Arts". The first things that came up were many blue folders of The Sims 4 that I had been clicking. After scrolling through most of them, I found an actual Sims 4 application (that wasn't in my Applications folder) with the Isms 4 logo on it. I click once and open it in S4S, and it worked!!! I hope this helps others, I'm just so happy I get to create some CC again!
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Post by impatientfern on Jan 30, 2018 10:39:15 GMT -5
Okay i just recently learned about the sims4studios and i downoaded it but i literally have no clue what to do now. im on mac and it tells e game path not configured and i dont even know what to do, it doesnt give me an button to configure game path just file options i have no clue what to do with and if i click on one then click on a file and open it it gives me an error
Post by envielestrange on Feb 11, 2018 12:36:39 GMT -5
So, this is annoying and I felt very stupid not finding it in just my app folder but it works like this: There is more than one application folders in the mac, and if you can't find it you might be looking in the wrong one. There is the one inside "Macintosh HD/Applications" (usually the one in the favorite column on the left of the Finder window) and the one inside "Macintosh HD/Users/YourName/Applications".
I see Zelrish's app is in the folder that's inside Macintosh HD/Applications but it's not in mine. I then tried what tabimontaner did and just searched for "sims" in the folder search and found it in the other Applications folder. (which you can reach easily by going Macintosh HD-->Users-->find the folder with your username-->Applications or simply go to finder Go->Go to folder->and type "~/Applications/" )
I hope this will help people who cannot find the sims 4 file in the application folder.
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