Social Worker Error and Check break point primitive blocked completion
With respect to adopting babies, it might be entirely possible that the clean hoods are to blame, since all 'unnecessary' sims have probably been purged from those hoods. Perhaps, meetme2theriver also removed all adoptable babies?
Edit to add: I would like you to reorganize your mods, because putting stuff from multiple sources in a single folder is very impractical, and often causes unexpected results. Also, keep folder names relatively short, and use only letters, digits, hashes (-), underscores (_).
Put stuff by:
- Anoeska in 'TSR/Anoeska' (Yes, that is a subfolder Anoeska IN the folder TSR. For every TSR member, make another folder here)
- Chris Hatch in the folder 'CJH'
- Pescado in 'FFS' (Flying Fish Systems)
- Squinge in 'Insim'
- TwoJeffs in 'TwoJeffs'
- LordDarcy in 'MTS/LdDarcy' (Indeed, a folder LdDarcy IN the folder MTS. For every MTS member, make another folder here)
- Inge in 'Simlogical'
- Inteenimater stuff *including all the flavor packs* in a single folder 'Inteen'
- SimWardrobe stuff in 'SimWardrobe'
- Cyjon in 'zzCyjon'
- BoilingOil in 'zzzzBO'
And *temporarily* put everything else in a folder named 'miscellaneous' so it's easier to find stuff we're looking for.
If we later find that we need to change load order (for example, because Inteen stuff should load before or after something else), we can simply rename one or two folders to get the correct effect.
From the error log, were you able to tell if the "check tree primitive blocked completion" was caused by CC or not? In any case, I don't have the error anymore because I have started a new hood in order to adopt babies.
Oh, and of course I have the other part of the children get bottles mod, I only mentioned the override as it was something I had put in the program files.
The blocked completion errors, from what I could see, all involved a specific chair. I'm attaching a little test mod here. What I want you to do is the following:
- put all your usual CC in your game
- put the DarkLady-Conflict-Test file in Downloads
- create a NEW HCDU report, which I want to see.
- remove and delete the DarkLady-Conflict-Test file. (You will never need it again!)
Thanks for elaborating on the override. I thought I'd just point it out, because I guess one *could* have mistaken my instructions, thinking that only the override was sufficient
Have you been looking into reorganizing the hacks/mods as I suggested? It may not currently seem necessary, seeing as how the main issue has already resolved itself, but I would still advise a cleaner way to separate different creators. If you decide to do this, I would appreciate a new hackreport afterwards.
I have attached the HCDU report now, although there is no difference - there were 43 conflicts found before (I have removed some flavour packs of inteen since yesterday, reducing the number from 50) and 43 conflicts found after I put in the conflict-test file, but maybe you will see something I don't.
Oh, no problem, I understood what you had written in the post for it.
I haven't totatlly reorganised them, but I have moved Cyjons mods to after inteen (I'm not sure if that makes a difference, but your last post suggested that). I don't have a lot of different creators mods, especially not from MTS (pretty much just Numenor and LdDarcy), so I wouldn't see any point to giving each creator a folder, and I have just one mod from Anoeska and some others, so I wouldn't give them a separate folder either. The most important thing is that I know all the mods in my game and can identify where and who they've come from. Thank you for the suggestion though.
Also, this is an unrelated question, but could you please tell me exactly what a hood reset is/does? I have read on a couple of mods that if added/removed they cause a hood reset, which the creator said is the same as what happens when you install a new EP, however it's been almost 10 years since I have and I have no recollection of what happens. Does it just reset all your sims?
Thank you again BO, you've been a great help.