I'm thinking the filter only looks for combinations of letters not the entire word. This is the only reason I can think of for the forum to filter cocked. Had to go back and put tilted instead, as in "he tilted his head" to get rid of the replacement plum.
March - last edited March
Sorry, I got the notification when I tried to create a cat named Atsushi, I hadn't gotten a warning before in that household, and it was gone once I removed the cat, so I assumed that was the disallowed word.
But now that I think about it, I manually wrote the breed instead of selecting a pre-existing one. I wrote "Ｍａｉｎｅ Ｃｏｏｎ", and the last part by itself is offensive. Could that have been it?
Mufasa. Way is Mufasa not allowed. I am making all the lions from lion king but I can’t upload Mufasa because his name is not allowed.
4 weeks ago
Likewise, why is this word not allowed as a family name in Sims 4? It's not like I participate in the community at large, but come on. Fix this. I mean there are real people with the last name of Spade. David Spade? Hello anyone?
4 weeks ago - last edited 4 weeks ago
I tried to upload a family and in the description tried to use the contraction he'll (he will) because I ran out of word space. I had to get creative to get around that. Apparently the filter ignores apostrophes.
Also on the forums I used the word beach in reference to the retailer that erroneously tried to take pre-orders for a tropical paradise pack (based on a forum post in March wanting one), and got plum'd.
3 weeks ago - last edited 3 weeks ago
It doesn't like Spade because of racial slurs. Same with Maine c-o-o-n
This forum even hates that!
3 weeks ago
I named a pair of apartment blocks built in the LA inspired world, Del Sol Valley, and I couldn't write "dingbats" - I'm aware its a rude name to call an old bag/old person, but why should it be banned? Its a harmless word, and its the name of the sort of buildings I was emulating. Very frustrating, and extremely odd.