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Re: Club member created items cannot be set for sales

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Club member created items cannot be set for sales

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I have both GTW and GT and I am running a painting club which gathers in my retail shop (a gallery) , I have my club members paint with the hope to sell these paintings through the retail system . However I am unable todo so . I can only sell it to collector. I tried then a food club with a retail cafe. The same problem happened. I can't even drag the food or paintings into my sims personal inventory . For food I can't even drag it into the fridge ! I asked around in the sims forum apparently other simmers have been able to do that.

I have no mods and I have repaired and reset the game with no luck . I am also a Mac user . Please help . Thanks
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Hero

Can you sell the ones YOU paint ?

 

I don't think you'll be able to sell someones painting that is not in your household.

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I can sell my own paintings . I asked around the forum apparently a few simmers can sell other club members painting through the retail system. I thought it would be cool ! Thanks again for your help
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I am able to sell those paintings to collectors so why not through retail ?
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Are the other club members active or inactive Sims ? The ones that were able to do it ?

 

EDIT: Usually you can't sell pictures of inactive at all so I don't know.

 

 

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That's a good point . I will try active sims as club members and see
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Nope. I am guessing this doesn't work which kind of make sense . I don't know what other simmers did that enabled this . Sound like a cheat Standard smile
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Hero

Does it work if you switch to the active member that painted it ?

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I managed to solve it through the sims 4 forum . Basically it is a walk around . You have to have the club members paint in the house lot , put the painting in the personal inventory , then travel to the retai lot to sell the paintings. Standard smile
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Hero

Great to hear. Glad you found a workaround.

 

Could you accept your post as solution if it's all solved.

 

 

Thanks

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