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Contents

Overview

Helped by the tutorials of this page your sims will climb to... the roof !

Tutorials

Conceptual Tutorials

These are the basic building concepts of modular stairs. Although the smallest presently-known unit of connecting/modular stairs is 1-step or 1-click-high in terms of the elevation tools, these stairs can be >=1-step or >=1-click-high. Yet, 1-step can form but in a sims-access test is dysfunctional, so 2-step is the smallest functional instance. (May check out Tutorial more property-infos for connecting/modular stairs @ Related Pages). To decide the number of steps, shape the floor layers' heights. <ncl>Category:Build Mode Stairs Concepts Tutorials</ncl>

Typical Stair Types

The shapes of the stairs are dependent on the shapes of both the connecting/modular stairs and the landings. So, the number of landings won't limit the shapes of the resultant stair's shapes completely. <ncl>Category:Build Mode Stairs Typical-types Tutorials</ncl>

Stairs with 1-landing (including L-shaped, J-shaped Stairs, U-shaped)

Stair-L.jpg
(U-shaped)
(MikeInside @ MTS2)
(L-shaped)
(MikeInside @ MTS2)
(U-shaped)
(JadeEliott {{MTS2Member|JadeEliott)})
(L-shaped)
(MikeInside @ MTS2)
(U-shaped)
(cheat-less)
(Daihtnaoz7 @ Exchange)
(U-shaped)
(InvisibleSims2)

<ncl>Category:Build Mode Stairs Typical-types Stairs with 1-landing Tutorials</ncl>

Stairs with 2-landing (including U-shaped, J-shaped, S-shaped, Z-shaped Stairs)

Stair-u.jpg
Stair-z.jpg
(U-shaped)
(SimSherry2 @ MTS2/Maxis)
(Jonesi @ MTS2/@ Reflexsims)
(U-shaped)
(cheat-less)
(tkdjunkie @ MTS2)
(U-shaped)
(Jonesi @ MTS2/@ Reflexsims)
(J-shaped)
(niol @ MTS2)

<ncl>Category:Build Mode Stairs Typical-types Stairs with 2-landing Tutorials</ncl>

Stairs with 3-landing (including rectangularly "spiral" Stairs)

Spiral2.jpg
Stair-spiral.jpg
("spiral")
(cheat-less)
(GameMasterEvertB @ Exchange)
("spiral")
(cheat-less)
(MikeInside @ MTS2)
("spiral")
(cheat-less)
(MikeInside @ MTS2)
("spiral")
(Tiko @ MTS2 / Andy / Tiko @ TSR)
("spiral")
(Ralphaelninja @ MTS2 / SimMasterRalph @ Exchange)
("spiral")
(cheat-less)
(Ralphaelninja @ MTS2 / SimMasterRalph @ Exchange)
("spiral")
(cheat-less)
(Jonesi @ MTS2/@ Reflexsims)

<ncl>Category:Build Mode Stairs Typical-types Stairs with 3-landing Tutorials</ncl>

Grand Stairs

This's a big group of various stair types which are not one whole simple string of stairs.

Stair-grand.jpg
(KevvvvvG888 @ Exchange)
(InvisibleSims2)
(InvisibleSims2)
(Tiko @ MTS2 / Andy / Tiko @ TSR)

<ncl>Category:Build Mode Stairs Typical-types Grand Stairs Tutorials</ncl>


Stealth-stairs Types

Stealth stairs can be used in many ways for fast level access for sims. it can be a shortened version of a typical stair or combine with walls and wallpapers to form lift/elevators. V1ND1CARE and Frillen have used "burial" stealth stair in which the stealth stair is buried under the ground. The basic principle is that connecting/modular stairs can have their position fixated once made. On the other hand, those stealth stairs made up in the air are called "aerial" stealth stairs.

Stealph.jpg
(corvidophile2 @ MTS2)
(Ralphaelninja @ MTS2 / SimMasterRalph @ Exchange)
(Ralphaelninja @ MTS2 / SimMasterRalph @ Exchange)
(Ralphaelninja @ MTS2 / SimMasterRalph @ Exchange)
(pierrepaulpaquin @ Exchange)
(for the "burial" stealth stair part)
(frillen @ MTS2 / frillen7 @ Exchange)

<ncl>Category:Build Mode Stairs Stealth-stairs Tutorial#s#</ncl>

Floor-tile-based Stairs

Floor-tile-based stairs depend on the fact that sims can walk past the floor tiles regardless of how deformed the floor grid layer is, they just can reach anywhere tiled. Ralphael used this feature to make "lift/elevator". SimSherry used it to make inclined stairs.

(Ralphaelninja @ MTS2 / SimMasterRalph @ Exchange)
(SimSherry2 @ MTS2/Maxis)

<ncl>Category:Build Mode Stairs Floor-tile-based Tutorials</ncl>

Other Stairs or Modded Staircases

(Jax2 @ MTS2)
(both by khakidoo @ MTS2)
( [www.4eversimfantasy.net 4ESF] )
(birgit43)
(marvine @ MTS2)
(marvine @ MTS2)
(Targa @ MTS2)
(Targa @ MTS2)
(Targa @ MTS2)
(Targa @ MTS2)
(Targa @ MTS2)
(Shaklin)


<ncl>Category:Build Mode Other Stairs or Modded Staircases Tutorials</ncl>

Related Pages

Tutorial more property-infos for connecting/modular stairs updated 1st May,06



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