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by MAL22 Posted 28th May 2020 at 6:14 PM - Updated 24th Jun 2020 at 11:50 PM by MAL22
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Current version is 1.2.1 for patch 1.63.136
This script is not to be confused with Scumbumbo's XML Injector and XML Dump;
it does not perform XML injections or XML tuning dumps
Most recent update
Version 1.2.1 - June 24, 2020
- Fixed an issue where strings would be written character by character under certain circumstances
- Fixed an issue that prevented log files from being generated when using packaged python scripts
- Improved formatting and readability of tuning log files
The tuning inspector is a script that allows the inspection of any of the game's tunings, at runtime, after they have been parsed and converted into Python data structures.
This proves to be particularly useful when working with injections as the XML tuning and their Python counterparts tend to be structured and/or name differently on a number of different aspects. With this resource, it is possible to trace the exact "route" to do the injection in AND it also gives information as to what type of classes, objects, containers, etc. the game expects to find there.
The results are written to log files within the Mods folder. Using this script is very simple and only requires the use of the game's console. Here are the currently available commands and their effect:
Remove any existing package and/or script file(s) from previous version(s) of the mod. Extract the new package and/or script file(s) from the archive. Then, drag and drop the newly extracted file(s) in the mods folder of The Sims 4.
Sims 4 Studio
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