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ChAoTiC SeAs
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Sun Sep 15, 2019 2:21 pm
Anyone else notice that the patio and porch items don't fit the porch? I really wanted to put the porch rocking chair on the porch too! :phew:
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Tansy Anne
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Sun Sep 15, 2019 2:42 pm
That's terrible. It would work if the chairs went behind the railing, instead on top of it.

Sam Holmes
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Sun Sep 15, 2019 3:11 pm
That's not good... sometimes it shows properly for me and others it doesn't. :eh:

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JulieHootieScraps
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Sun Sep 15, 2019 3:15 pm
Have you tried seeing if the deck rail can be removed? I heard a lot of the rooms in this property have layering elements that can be removed for this purpose.

Sam Holmes
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Sun Sep 15, 2019 3:18 pm
JulieHootieScraps (108384802) wrote:Have you tried seeing if the deck rail can be removed? I heard a lot of the rooms in this property have layering elements that can be removed for this purpose.


It definitely should work though. My avatar always walks behind the railing not on top of it.

EDIT: You can move the railing, but that just looks weird with a second railing behind. lol

Jade
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Sun Sep 15, 2019 3:27 pm
Sam Holmes (139381965) wrote:
JulieHootieScraps (108384802) wrote:Have you tried seeing if the deck rail can be removed? I heard a lot of the rooms in this property have layering elements that can be removed for this purpose.


It definitely should work though. My avatar always walks behind the railing not on top of it.

EDIT: You can move the railing, but that just looks weird with a second railing behind. lol


I find if those extra railings and such aren't removed it causes issues. Once they are removed items layer properly. I like that we get these extra items that can be used elsewhere.

ChAoTiC SeAs
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Sun Sep 15, 2019 7:13 pm
seems to be a layering issue. The railing is removable but the chairs still go on top. Ugh!!

JulieHootieScraps
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Mon Sep 16, 2019 1:07 am
ChAoTiC (160142421) wrote:seems to be a layering issue. The railing is removable but the chairs still go on top. Ugh!!

Phooey! I find their artists have a hard time making deep enough porches with all their properties. This one is particularly so. I guess you could expand it a little, but that might throw off the layering even more. There's certainly space in the room so that the porches could be a little wider. What do we then do with the empty space below?

Sam, you've given poor Baby such a manly schnoz. :eh:

Lynn
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Mon Sep 16, 2019 6:16 pm
When you think about it if you had chairs on the deck the guests could not walk to their rooms, there would be no room to walk. Maybe they should have built the deck out more so everything would fit. I could just see the guests walking on the rails and falling off into the bushes! :haha: :haha:

ChloePumpkin
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Mon Sep 16, 2019 9:33 pm
Lynn (107628455) wrote:When you think about it if you had chairs on the deck the guests could not walk to their rooms, there would be no room to walk. Maybe they should have built the deck out more so everything would fit. I could just see the guests walking on the rails and falling off into the bushes! :haha: :haha:


Sounds like they had too much wine at dinner! :haha:
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