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I'm really happy to have you here, and I look forward to contributing with you! -- RoseGui (Talk) 18:13, March 31, 2012
Thanks, but now that I paused editing it, I got stuck on how to redesign it again. I'll try to continue it again... I'm thinking about removing the fertilizer table, because it's simply a duplicate table of plants and fish (minus horse and unicorn fertilizers), or maybe just revamp it.
Those grapes! Actually, I'm very confused myself. I haven't run my games several days, so I couldn't check it in-game yet. The names of each grape in the GameplayData are very obscure, i.e. grapes char, grapes mer, grapes blanc, grapes blue, grapes, cab, and grapes pin. I have no idea which grape corresponds to the in-game name. However, if you look at Ingredients.XML, it actually states that char is avornalino, mer is gralladina, blanc is cherimola blan, blue is cranerlet nuala, cab is meloire, and pin is renoit. I myself am not sure about this, that's why I need to check it next time I run my game. I also tried to compare it with the one listed in simswiki, and eventually followed it because it's similar to the ones I found in the files. But that's maybe because they also referenced from the files too. It's really good that you noticed the difference, though. :)
I got nectar values from Ingredients.XML as well. Normally the value doesn't really matter to me, but it shows you which plants can be used as nectar ingredients and which can't. I can't find lemon and purple eggplant in the files, so I left them blank. NikelTalk–Vote! 15:35, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
ETA: I don't know about banana, but lemon can certainly be used for Nectar Making. Forgot to change the dash, though. Purple Eggplant? I don't remember. NikelTalk–Vote! 16:57, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
Okay, I've checked it in-game. I guess I've read it wrong, and I've corrected the list now, according to the game. The list from the Simswiki seems to be the incorrect one. NikelTalk–Vote! 05:03, February 3, 2013 (UTC)