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Old 6th Feb 2018, 3:58 AM #26
LilSister
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Although you've removed the job upgrade I just want to be clear before I upgrade, that this won't affect young adults (or adults and elders) that are employed in full time jobs. For instance I have a Sim in college that has reached the top of her ballet career and I don't want her to lose her job and accrued vacation time when she graduates and moves back home after graduation. The current YA move-out leaves job status intact and I just want to be sure the updated version does the same.

As far as the Big Man/Big Woman on Campus memory ... that memory is for young adult Sims who are popular students with high influence. I don't believe that restricting it to young adults only is age discrimination ... in my opinion it's not age appropriate for adults or elders ( just my opinion). However, it's really not that big of a deal, it was just a thought.
Old 6th Feb 2018, 10:08 AM #27
Lamare
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Thank you for answering.
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Yes, they was in the bin when I returned in main neighborhood and then I move them in one apartment lot.

Then sims should have get turned into adults on lot load (which may not be the best way to age them up, but anyway). There's nothing in MoveOut mod to prevent that, that's why I had to make YA stay YA in the first place. So you have something else at play here. Maybe other mod.
In any case, I would age up young adults to adults before returning to main 'hood, as you said. If you have phone call option, use that. It prompts YA's to age up.
I will think, how to best go about it in my mod. I should somehow make it clear that using computer/paper to move out doesn't prompt aging for young adults. I'll figure something out.
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About new update of move out mod (I read it in the bottom of the comments), I like a new way with typing of the money amount.

At some point, I will update MoveOut mod with this dialog, too.
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Originally Posted by LilSister
Although you've removed the job upgrade I just want to be clear before I upgrade, that this won't affect young adults (or adults and elders) that are employed in full time jobs. For instance I have a Sim in college that has reached the top of her ballet career and I don't want her to lose her job and accrued vacation time when she graduates and moves back home after graduation. The current YA move-out leaves job status intact and I just want to be sure the updated version does the same.

This won't affect anyone's jobs. Even if some sims have upgraded because of this mod.
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Originally Posted by LilSister
As far as the Big Man/Big Woman on Campus memory ... that memory is for young adult Sims who are popular students with high influence. I don't believe that restricting it to young adults only is age discrimination ... in my opinion it's not age appropriate for adults or elders ( just my opinion). However, it's really not that big of a deal, it was just a thought.

I understand. Totally. If I find this code, it should be an easy fix.
Old 7th Feb 2018, 1:20 AM #28
LilSister
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I moved my first adult Sim from college back to the main neighborhood using the new version of the mod. Constance graduated and I moved her to a lot by herself and had her purchase new clothes. I then used Squinges YA birthday cake to age her to adult (I could have used the Sim Blender or the Sim manipulator ... I love having so many options, lol!). She ate a piece of cake and then I had her change her clothes. I then used the phone to move her back to the main neighborhood Redwood Cove; she is now in the Sim Bin. I like the new money option ... much better. Everything worked smooth with no hiccups.

I really enjoy using your mods ... would you believe that your folder in my downloads contains 15 mods? Thank you
Old 7th Feb 2018, 12:04 PM #29
Lamare
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Thank you for hanging out with me along the way I appreciate your notes about what's confusing, what conflicts with other stuff, what you liked, how things work in your game, etc.

I'm trying to decide how to allow students to move to main 'hood without needing to drop out or graduate. Maybe instead of modding regular moving via computer/paper I should make a separate option. In some cases we'd want them to drop out and become adults, but in other cases we may want them to just take a break, or continue education in main 'hood, for that matter.
Old 8th Feb 2018, 1:37 AM #30
LilSister
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I've having so much fun; your mods have enhanced my game tremendously. Thank you for allowing me to hang out with you.

I use Simlogical's University Break in my game so student's don't have classes on the weekends; and also for breaks during the winter, spring and summer or any time when I want to give them a break.

http://www.simlogical.com/sl/Sims2P...s2_Learning.htm
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