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Lucydique
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PostLucydique on 19th August 2019, 10:12

Hiya,
I was wondering if you could help me with this question I hope I posted it at the right place

From my understanding Clothing/hair files in TS2 come always with a mesh and a recolor and the thing shown in the catalog is actually the recolor. So if I would delete it there it shouldn't break any of my other files right? (just leave the mesh files as an orphan which I could check later with DDO). If the meshes don't show up in CAS/TBS anyways then I wouldn't risk deleting a masterfile needed right?

I know if you do that with recolors in buy/build mode you could end up deleting more than you thought because several recolors could be in the same file. Is that also the case for bodyshop items?

I always have backups so nothing is ever completely lost just wondering if I can sort out some things I don't like this way or if I should better write down the tooltip and then look for the file and delete that.

Thanks in advance for any help you can give me!
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PostAileen on 25th August 2019, 07:49

Hi,

Bodyshop files have recolours separately. It's fine to delete anything from CAS.

When it comes to other items, I'd check the files in the folder before deleting them in game. However, I always delete stuff and I have never had problems. I think it highly depends on the file and the creator.

Happy simming!
Lucydique
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PostLucydique on 10th September 2019, 12:54

Thank you, think it all worked out fine
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PostAileen on 11th September 2019, 08:24

No problem at all!
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