Yes I loaded up a previous save in another world and it does the same thing. I will test a whole new world and drop one of my horses and test it just to make sure. I didn't have any digging or salt lick mods either, but I went ahead and downloaded and put them on just to test. The horse still stops what its doing and cancels out or spazzes, but not AS often. Are we able to post videos or just pictures?
The registering could possibly be so NVIDIA knows a count of how many people downloaded it for personal use and to get an idea of what companies use it. If you haven't filled it in, then try doing it. For organization you could just put "home" or "personal"
They were adults.
Files were put in the correct place.
I actually have a bunch of files, so I closed the game and removed templates and horses I knew I had sold.
I just tried to clear cache (including DCBackup)
I got in! Apparently I had an old account I didn't know existed, but I was able to reactivate it and join the chats. For some reason I hadn't received any invitations or notifications via email at all, even the spam folder was empty. Thanks for replying!
Oh, I have a Classical Knabstrupper (more in the making, cause I love this breed), but Mediner definitely doesn't look like one, especially since mine is grey on smoky black.
I'll do some research and try to come up with some blend, maybe even make him a new template for use on here, cause I'd hate not to bring him here as well.
Basically, yes. For more possible movement you can first rotate the whole body at a downward angle (around the pelvis) and then you get a few more inches of realistic bend before the neck gets distorted.
Of course then you need to realistically rotate the hind end back to the ground, don't be afraid of a little use of those arrows to pull the limbs down (looks like they get stretched a bit). If you stretch just a little it won't get noticed on the horses in the game.
I use a similar aging system as Lidija, although I do 2 RL-months = 1 year for the first four years, simply to give the horses a little more time as youngsters. As for retiring, it does depend a lot of the horse, but I start considering it seriously once they have turned 18 years. I ususally keep ponies active a bit longer than horses.
Imight switch to two months as well, they only get a year on their parents, this way they'd have two
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It's so baffling or I'm just overthinking everything If I'm honest I didn't realize they still sold disk drives! I remember my dad having on years and years ago but haven't seen them since! So will look into it thanks!
I can't access the table but I get what you mean and it sounds like a good idea so will give that a try!
Thank you very much!
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