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I've read & heard that you shouldn't place the mods & packages too deep into some sub-folders...

but having a bit of an OCD issue, can i just place them in a way like:

 

\Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 4\Mods\*named animator folder*\packages&scripts

 

such like for clothings into 1 folder, anims in another, & game enhancements in the other, but all in "Mods" folder

 

or do i have to just throw them all into Mods unorganized?

 

And will the mods work if i put all the scripts & packages into 1 sub-folder or do the need their own space?

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7 hours ago, DerpedPerd said:

or do i have to just throw them all into Mods unorganized?

Not a good idea and creates quite a mess later on if your trying to find a bad mod.

 

I have WW and all Animations in a folder called Electronic Arts/Mods/Wicked (1 deep)

Do the same thing for Basemental, MCCC, Nisa's WP, etc.

 

But clothing can be, for example: Mods/Clothing/Female/Underwear 

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23 minutes ago, Scorpio said:

Not a good idea and creates quite a mess later on if your trying to find a bad mod.

 

I have WW and all Animations in a folder called Electronic Arts/Mods/Wicked (1 deep)

Do the same thing for Basemental, MCCC, Nisa's WP, etc.

 

But clothing can be, for example: Mods/Clothing/Female/Underwear 

ok, but how about the skin overlays & additional CC items?

are they free or bound to the rules?

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On 10/30/2019 at 7:26 AM, DerpedPerd said:

ok, but how about the skin overlays & additional CC items?

are they free or bound to the rules?

Sorry for late reply my internet was down for 7 days.

 

I usually just put skins/overlays 1 folder deep but I doubt it matters.

 

The only ones I know of that have that rule are script files + the other files that come with it. 

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