Discussion in 'Other TSO related projects' started by francot514, Aug 17, 2015.
Do I have to put this in my Sims Online folder for this to work?
^ of course not.
Ok, you fixed a couple of things I told you about, but I'd prefer a more obvious way to go further from CAS so people won't end up closing their game ("x" button made sense in old UX flow, in current one it doesn't make any sense though).
It's still not obvious how would you open the game itself. I managed to get stuck in gray world with NOTHING and then throw OutOfMemory exception, which is interesting, cause I have 12 gigs of RAM ._.
Not at all, just if youre using Linux should add game folder to the program.
Still dont know why dont work for you, you have used latest link i posted https://www.dropbox.com/s/gq0ak975enkzw7p/TSOVilleV1.3b.rar?dl=1? you can run FreeSO normally without any problem??
The out of memory exception is how the game manage memory, so for a C# app will be few portion of your system memory. Try installing Monogame framework. 3.4, if you have newer, replace in the program folder.
You should at least include a tutorial or add better exception handling. It's not obvious that you need to select a Sim through gizmo first. Also, reloading the lot breaks everything. It's really confusing. Seems like "Sims"/"Properties" switch doesn't work reliably as well.
So, if you've forgotten to select a sim, then tried to load a lot, you're getting OutOfMemory error.
This error never happened to me, i tihnk your Monogame or system config should be different in some way than mine, unless youre testing it with Virtual box, or something else, this should not happen with good specs and Windows 7/8 system.
Um, Windows 10, 12 gigs of RAM. Sure, I have Intel GPU but it handles surprising amount of things just fine including FreeSO. It's still confusing though.
Thanks for clarify me that you use Windows 10, havent had changed to test it using Direcxt 11 and Windows 10, so i think will need to wait to give that system support.
Back with the party, working on Job lots.
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