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Can someone explain this please?

Discussion in 'EA Land/The Sims Online Stratics Forums' started by TKSpeedy1, Apr 22, 2008.

  1. TKSpeedy1

    TKSpeedy1 Guest

    I was re-doing my lot today....trying to move the rooms in two squares. Anyway, I left the windows in the original walls until I was done so I didn't lose them. At one point, I was in my bar/lounge. I have a light in it and 4 windows, but it's still dark. However, at one point, the original lounge was the size of a hallway since I moved everything over 2 squares. Well, I noticed that the room/hallway was completely lit up. I could see the rug better than ever. But in the actual bar/lounge where everything was (even the light) it was still dark. What's up with that?
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Ahhh one of my favorite things, if there are no lamps in a room a sim goes in at sim night the whole room will light up! This save alot of objects when your close to limit. [​IMG] Windows do a fine job of keeping it lit in the day too!
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    If you have a very tiny room, one window / light is enough to light it up.

    If you have a huge room, it will require a lot of windows / lights to light it up.

    I find that fireplaces do a good job in lighting up rooms.
  4. mameloot

    mameloot Guest

    Yes, like Niki said, it's the anti-light phenomenon. It's part of the original Sims, too. If there's no light source in a room, it'll be fully bright.

    But put any sort of light in, and it starts playing with lit & shadowed areas.

    Solution...light sources are a complete waste of space & object. They can serve to help a room score, but they can also hurt room score. So I find other ways to boost room score and almost never use lamps. Your rooms are brighter without them. Bring even one in, and you need a bunch of them. Not worth the bother, and I hate the slanty light shading effects.

    happily living "in the dark"
  5. TKSpeedy1

    TKSpeedy1 Guest

    Shoot! I forgot about that little detail. Thanks Niki. Anyone want a chandelier? It was too expensive to just delete. Too bad, too..it went great with the decor.
  6. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Hang onto it untl we get the fleamarket design Greg is working on!

    Happy to help anytime.