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Detecting mod conflicts[edit source]

I don't know if there is a tool such as the Hack Conflict Detection Utility for Mac versions of TS2 or for TS3. Dharden (talk) 13:34, January 8, 2012 (UTC)

TSR FTW[edit source]

The Sims Resourse (TSR) seems to be the most trusted and easiest to use in my opinion. StrawDogAmerica (talk) 13:21, December 30, 2013 (UTC)

Another Mod problem[edit source]

In the SIms 3, my household has another them running in the town. My child Sim befriend herself when they're in school. They've been around since the beginning of the game. And oddly, they come often to my house. This gives me the creeps. Other players have the same problem too. The mod can copy the family to the Library and put into the town. This happens if the game has the World Adventures, Late Night, or some certain EP. ThePeculiarMe | (talk to me) 13:51, April 19, 2014

Are you sure it's caused by a mod? I've heard that the game tends to import Sims from the library (either family bin or CAS Sim bin) to the town, making it possible to have impostors in the town, but I don't really know the details. I might've even heard it wrong. Nikel Talk Vote! 13:57, April 19, 2014 (UTC)
Yes, I'm sure. Well, if you have many mods. Plus, it can be fixed by removing all of them, or delete the family from the Library, and re-installing the game. I found this from The Sims 3 forum. ThePeculiarMe | (talk to me) 15:03, April 19, 2014