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Hanging Pictures on Walls

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Papadom, Sep 30, 2008.

  1. Papadom

    Papadom Guest

    My wall pictures seem to be poking through the ceiling and a corner of the picture is visible on the next level.

    Anyway to stop this from happening?


    BTW decorating a house is the most frustrating aspect of this entire game! =)
  2. feath

    feath Guest

    Try lowering the picture.
  3. Papadom

    Papadom Guest

    TY for the suggestion but, I tried that...no luck =(
  4. Desperado_SE

    Desperado_SE Journeyman
    Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend

    May 12, 2004
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    Some of them are just so big that they stick through the upper floors, for no apprent reason. One examples I can think of on the picture side is the large level 9 stealable painting things in Tokuno. I believe the Map of Sosaria virtue reward is another as well as the tattered wall map hanging.
  5. Papadom

    Papadom Guest

    Yes those are some of the ones I am trying to hang. Even a Haunted Mirror sticks through the ceiling...
  6. Sarsmi

    Sarsmi Grand Poobah
    Stratics Veteran

    Apr 25, 2001
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    You can try to hide the pokey corners by putting stuff down on top of them on the floor above. Tables work pretty well, but really whatever would look natural in that space can work.
  7. Papadom

    Papadom Guest


    I'll try that =)
  8. Bodhi

    Bodhi Guest

    Also does anyone else have the issue that they cant put the ruined painting against the wall? I had to go in customize mode, delete 2 wall pieces, put the painting, then add the 2 wall pieces again...