When I go into create a person, it loads for a very long time and half of the screen has lots of colored lines all over it. It never finishes loading or I just get to tired of waiting and go to something else. Any ideas what might be causing this? It used to work fine. I have downloaded several things recently and wondered if that would have any effect on the program as a whole?
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If one of the files you downloaded is corrupt (either from EA or just an error while downloading) your game could be getting locked up because of that. Try removing the recently installed download(s) to see if that will correct the situation. I found one file in Sims 1 which caused a similar problem, and when I removed all the bonus packages I downloaded, it worked fine. I then re-installed them one at a time until I found the one which caused the problem. It was the Christmas Tree. I don't know whether EA's file had a problem or if just my computer didn't like the Christmas Tree, but I played the game fine without a Christmas tree for my Sims. They didn't miss it. =)
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I use an older microfocus compiler. I believe you'll find the answer is simply to set up a new shortcut on the desktop, pointing to your .exe file. Then run the executable from the desktop by clicking the new shortcut. Windows will open a dos window to run your program. To create the shortcut, just right click in an open area on your desktop screen, then click new, then shortcut.
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Hi! You can use the mesh on any shape. First you make your circle with the shape tool and then get your mesh tool and click inside the shape. Each time you click it will add more lines to the mesh. Then you can use your direct select tool (the white arrow) to select each point and change the color. The point's color is bounded by the lines around it so you can also use the direct select tool to move points around or change the shape of lines by moving the "handles" you see when you click on a point.
Once you start playing with mesh it can be very fun!
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Perhaps you've got the text color set to the same color as your background (both white). With the text tool selected, left-click on your document once, then left-click on the 'set the text color' box in your toolbar. Choose a color that is dark enough to show up in your screen. Make sure your text size is large enough to show at your current screen resolution.
Select the type object (the Select tool must be used, not the type tool); then from the menu, choose: "Type," then, "Create Outlines." The text will become an object, with multiple lines and curves, fully editable, by each point or line.