This one is funny – since today’s patch all screenshots taken in-game are upside down and back to front.
Not really too much of an issue but something to be aware of if you like to share them from within the game. You can easily turn them the right way in Preview (Documents > Electronic Arts > The Sims 4 > Screenshots) by rotating 180° and flipping on the horizontal. This doesn’t help if you want to access them in-game though as they appear to have disappeared:
We have a thread running at AHQ on the issue but nothing really that needs feedback at the moment, EA are aware of the problem. It wouldn’t hurt to hit the Me too button though – https://answers.ea.com/t5/The-Sims-Mac/Screenshots-upside-down-and-back-to-front-since-August-patch/td-p/6987234
Oh yeah, the map screen is also in the Upside Down when you try to place a lot from the Gallery:
This has been around for ages and doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. When trying to use CAS the cursor is glitching and displaying one or more of the following symptoms:
- When editing a body part the cursor will not ‘let go’ of the part to stop editing
- Moving your cursor over the screen will randomly grab a body part for editing
- Rotating the Sim is not possible unless using the keyboard arrow keys
(thanks to 13Vader for the video)
At the moment there is no solution or workaround although some users have reported that it resolves itself after a game update. We have a thread at AHQ collecting information and it does seem to be affecting lower spec. Macs so lowering your in-game graphics options may help. Please post in the thread if you are experiencing this or if you have found a fix, or leave a comment below.
This problem has been around for a while and affected some Mac users but not all.
When you play your game the screen will flicker and changing certain graphics options in-game doesn’t fix it.
Edge Smoothing settings in the Graphics Options in-game.
Play around with the Edge Smoothing settings in the Graphics Options menu. Try turning it off if you have it on or lowering it if you have it on high. Also try raising it if you have it on low.
Thanks to the wonderful people who have confirmed the issue and solution over on this thread at AHQ.