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  1. Interesting, is the tool available for public use? I still have some of the broken files but I have no idea what they are and am not comfortable sharing them. But I'll private message you a sample of the 'Babies are red placeholders in Files' and the 'Homes missing picture in General'.
  2. Update! I figured out what was causing the problem! After I found all the random unconnected tray files for my other problem with the red 'you' files, I moved them to a separate folder to check that my good files were still all together. And removing all the random red 'you' files freed up the filter and search capabilities. So my 2 problems were connected, what a relief this one is solved. Thank you for your help with it
  3. Ok so I just finished going through every tray file I have and all the red 'you' files don't show anything in-game. I've got 161 random items in the tray that I can't figure out what they were (23 TRAYITEM, 114 BPI, 23 BLUEPRINT, and 1 thumb.db). I wonder if there's a way to figure out what these random items were from? When I click Continue it just gets rid of the popup and if I click Quit it shuts down the Tray Importer. I also found one red file that works perfectly it just doesn't have a main picture in the 'General' tab, and every family with a baby has a 'missing' item in the 'File' tab which I assume is a placeholder for when the baby ages up. This is the result from the App Reports: App info... ------------------------------ Version : OS infos... ------------------------------ OSName : Windows 8.1 OSVersion: 6.3.9600.0 OSType : 64-bit Process : 64-bit Framework Info... ------------------------------ Reading .NET Framework version... .NET Framework Version: 4.7.2 or later Opening Registry... ------------------------------ Listing keys for 'HKLM\SOFTWARE\Maxis': // note: 32-bit node [\The Sims 4] GDFBinary = J:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4\__Installer\GDFBinary_en_US.dll GameExplorer = {9769DC3F-6183-461C-829D-9370FEF90F27} GDFBinary64 = J:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4\__Installer\GDFBinary_en_US_64.dll DisplayName = The Sims™ 4 Locale = en_US Product GUID = {48EBEBBF-B9F8-4520-A3CF-89A730721917} Install Dir = J:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4\ UninstallKey = HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{48EBEBBF-B9F8-4520-A3CF-89A730721917} // note: 64-bit node [\The Sims 4] GDFBinary = J:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4\__Installer\GDFBinary_en_US_64.dll DisplayName = The Sims™ 4 Locale = en_US Product GUID = {48EBEBBF-B9F8-4520-A3CF-89A730721917} Install Dir = J:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4\ >>>> [Warning] Can't find uninstall key ! Reading 'Settings'... ------------------------------ AutoDetect = True GameLocale = GamePath = GameDataPath = DocumentsPath = GameSavePath = Reading Game info... ------------------------------ [The Sims 4 Installation] Name : The Sims 4 Version : 1.0 DisplayName : The Sims™ 4 Locale : en_US InstallDir : J:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4\ IsInstalled : True ExePath (x64) : J:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4\Game\Bin\TS4_x64.exe ExeExists (x64) : True ExePath (LE) : J:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4\Game\Bin_LE\TS4.exe ExeExists (LE) : True ExePath (x86) : J:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4\Game\Bin\TS4.exe ExeExists (x86) : False ExePath (demo) : J:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\The Sims 4\Game\Bin\TS4CAS.exe ExeExists (demo) : False DocumentsFolder : C:\Users\*****\Documents DocsFolderExists : True UserData : C:\Users\*****\Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 4 UserDataExists : True Checking Tray folder... TrayDir : C:\Users\*****\Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 4\Tray TrayDirExists : True TrayItemCount : 23 Checking Mods folder... ModsDir : C:\Users\*****\Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 4\Mods ModsDirExists : True ResCfgExists : True ModsFileCount : 5997 Available Localizations... ENG_US Checking Game files... Ok! Done!
  4. Hi, Sorry about taking so long to reply. Lots of stuff going on and all. I can click the items in the list after I've applied the filter but the filters aren't filtering anything. So its acting like I never filtered. I'm glad it isn't stopping from accessing items. I wonder what item could be causing this. Nothing is showing up as wrong in the Mod Conflict detector
  5. The list isn't getting smaller as I search, all the same files are there. I've tried searching for terms that aren't in any of my files and terms that are but the list never changes. Even the little icons under the search bar for Households, Lots, Rooms, and Created by, aren't filtering at all. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling it again but the same things happen
  6. That's part of the problem though, if I click on one of the red 'you' items it gives me this pop up. It won't even let me see the General-Files-CC tabs so I don't know what these 'you' files are connected to.
  7. I have a big bunch of tray files that look like the attached picture. I'm not sure what's going on with it but any help would be greatly appreciated. They're always red/pink coloured, have no names or numbers other than 'you 1/1/0001' and whenever I try clicking them to delete them or to open their source folder I get an error popup with this information:
  8. Whenever I try searching for a Tray file with the search bar it doesn't do anything. I hit the Enter key and it makes a rejected system sound and nothing changes. I'm using v1.10.4.3 on Windows 8.1. Anyone have any ideas on how to fix this or if I'm doing something wrong? Also, related, is there a way to sort all the listed tray files by name? I have a bunch of tray files and a lot of duplicates so I want to organize what I'm seeing by name so I can figure out what I should get rid of. I've search google and this forum and tried all the buttons in the software. Is this something that's possible?
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