Organized Kids Catalog

Required: Base Game +

This is a mod containing multiple files.

What this Mod Does:

  • Changes where some objects are categorized in the Buy Catalog

Files:

The following is included in the download file:

  • A Kids Folder with various object overrides
All of the files in this folder will override any corresponding in-game files and conflict with any other mod that overrides the same files.
 
The University patch made it so all frames from separated beds were causing issues on student housing lots if they were in the Beds category. As I started moving them over to other categories I realized how messy the catalog was and decided to re-categorize some objects to make things easier to find. Here’s some quick notes on how I re-organized everything:
 
  • Moved all gnomes to Decor > Sculptures only
  • Moved all pet decals to Pets > Misc only
  • Removed any toddler-only objects from Kids Furniture (except beds because I use hiders for those)
  • The Toys section now has functional toys only and all deco toys have been moved to Kids Decor
  • The Toddlers section will show all stuff for toddlers
  • The Kids > Misc section will have all outdoor kids activities

There weren’t enough files to justify the time it would take to merge everything into pack specific files so you’ll open the folder and find one file for every object I re-categorized. Once you’ve chosen the files for the game packs you have feel free to merge them with Sims4Studio, you can find instructions HERE.

To install, open the zip then drag and drop into your mods folder. 

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