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Question Foundation and terraforming question

Quadraphone

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I've built farm plots on top of the Castle walls (I'm using Clean and Simple Castle by Jenncave and Houza), and the plots are bleeding through the castle ceilings.

I was thinking that using flat foundations would remove that issue, along with turning off terraforming.

  1. Is there a way to turn off terraforming for a local plot or settlement, without this affecting the Sim Settlement mod globally?
  2. Is anyone aware of any flat foundation plots?
  3. Would it be relatively easy to make a copy of the existing 2x2 wood foundations, and remove the support legs? I ask because I wouldn't want to break navmeshes, and I'm an absolute newbie in modding.
 

1ae0bfb8

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i know exactly where you're building and i've hit that issue - i tend to use the corner gardens from the Ruined Homes addon. That gives you a flat platform that doesn't bleed through the walls and the garden itself is surrounded by breeze blocks so it fits in with the esthetics of the castle settlement.
 

Quadraphone

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Is it possible to copy the foundation, edit it, and keep the navmesh? Or would I need to generate new navmesh?
 
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