I began hacking objects, I was thrilled by the number and variety of useful
programs available for this purpose. The
most complete list of them I have found is at Sims
Quickly following on the heels of that, I was dismayed by the sparse or
missing instructions for many of those programs.
Then because of the strict no-cloning policies of most sites, I became
frustrated by the amount of re-inventing of the wheel that
the beginning object maker had to do in order to create anything even
the name of getting more cool things out there to download (which is why I
started trolling around Sims Sites on the Internet), I am implementing an open
door policy on this site. You may
clone and modify any of my objects. Love
them, hug them, and call them your own. All
I ask is that you significantly change the appearance and/or function of the
item. Crediting me in some way
would be polite. Send me a copy of
your new object -- because, remember, it's my lust for cool objects that got me
here in the first place... as I just said.
help you create the afore mandated significant change in these objects, I offer
advice I could offer pales in comparison to the excellent work done by these
Here are my contributions. Read them with the following warning: I am still a beginner at hacking. This is a report on what I've learned thus far. Frequently, I'm not exactly sure why some of these things work the way they do. If you e-mail me with problems, I will probably not be able to solve them. If you e-mail me with corrections and further recommendations, I will post them here with great joy.
the tutorials to be read in the following order:
Copyright 2003, Simply Enchanted.