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#1 DylanFree

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Posted 02 June 2017 - 08:26 AM

Hello everyone-

 

  Need to get a medieval times pack. Need it both for JD {protagonist for "The Wandering Musician"} and Bedwir {protagonist for "Friends"}. Both are males with long hair. I didn't see the Medieval Times pack in the pack section.

 

Thanks!

Dylan



#2 jamoram62

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Posted 02 June 2017 - 09:27 AM

Chris Ollie is your friend:

 

Medieval Hair: http://www.moddingst...0_MedHair.shtml

 

Medieval males: http://www.moddingst..._Peasants.shtml

 

Medieval females: http://www.moddingst...FPeasants.shtml

 

Plus lots of other awesome stuff by one of the most accomplished and renowned mod-creators ever!


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#3 DylanFree

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Posted 03 June 2017 - 01:21 AM

Hey everyone!

 

  Just downloaded the medieval hair pack via Moddingstorm. Thanks Jamoram! The files are open in iZip right now. Gotta get them into Moviestorm safely. Any advice on this?

 

Thanks again!

Dylan

 

:)



#4 primaveranz

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Posted 03 June 2017 - 02:53 AM

Extract the downloaded contents  - you should end up with something like "Hair.addon" as one of the files in the new folder.

 

If you end up with just ".addon" you have unzipped one level too far (because the .addon file extension behaves the same same as a .zip file).

 

Open Moviestorm and on the first screen click on the top menu item "Install a file" then choose "content pack or mod (addon)" . 

 

Choose the .addon file .

 

That's it.


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