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|10th May 2020, 4:08 PM||Hole in Floor #1|
As you can see in the attached picture I have a hole in the second story floor of my house and I can not get it to close.
I can't place anything under the hole
I have tried:
Placing a ladder
Using a column
demo-ing the floor and redoing it.
Checking with Buydebug if something was hidden in the way.
I am not even able to place anything under it with MoveObjects on, though I can place things on top of the hole.
|10th May 2020, 4:32 PM||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2014
Maybe try levelling it out with constrainfloorelevation false?
Edit: actually I'm guessing that wouldn't work if deleting a redoing the floor didn't work.
It's almost as if the game thinks there is a ladder there...
Perhaps resetting the lot with master controller, or saving it and re placing it down might do the trick?
|10th May 2020, 5:29 PM||#3|
I have saved and replaced the lot, but that didn't work either.
I will try resetting in game later.
|10th May 2020, 6:35 PM||#4|
Some worlds has had reports if twisted lots. Can you place the lot in a different world to fix the issue?
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|10th May 2020, 9:36 PM||#5|
Join Date: Sep 2014
You might try leveling the ground underneath the whole lot with CFE false(turn back to true when done) cause if the lot wasn't perfectly flat to begin with it sometimes causes build issues. If you saved a lot with an uneven ground, it would still be on uneven ground when you placed the save one on the new lot.
|11th May 2020, 11:53 AM||#6|
Gah, after basically demolishing everything, dont worry I had it saved to bin, I was able to find a floor tile that had sunk into the ceiling of the first floor and was not visible from above.
So no more hole in the floor.
Thanks for the suggestions.
|11th May 2020, 1:36 PM||#7|
Glad you solved it, for future reference you can get rid of it if you place stairs - from the level below to the level with the hole. Just make sure the hole is somewhere in the middle of the stairs' footprint and it forces it to regenerate the grid. You can delete them afterwards.
|11th May 2020, 3:19 PM||#8|
No, it wasn't a game tile, it was a specialty cc tile. I believe it was mirrored, and I'm not even sure how it got on that lot.
I had tried placing stairs and it kept saying something was in the way.
But we live to build another day.
|11th May 2020, 11:17 PM||#9|
Huh that's really weird things are always finding new and exciting ways to break. Good thing you managed to get rid of it.