Happy Hump Day Fellow Breeders:

As we’ve mentioned before, there are two questions that we get quite a lot and that is, “Help, my breedable isn’t eating!” or “Help, my breedable is sick!”  Range can be a common factor in both those questions. So, today, let’s talk about setting the range on your Amaretto breedables. We cannot stress enough how important range is when it comes to pretty much everything. The range is set in meters and is the radius of a circle with the home point as the center. (The radius of a circle is measured from the center to its edge). When a breedable is first birthed its default range is set to 5 meters. This means that you must have food within 5 meters in order for them to eat. When they are old enough to breed, the mate you want them to breed with must, also, be within 5 meters of them.

 

So you see the range you set is important for a few reasons.

If you have a lot of breedables, or even just a few, using a GPS can make things a lot easier. With these wonderful devices (one for each breedable), you can set all the stats at once; range, animation, movement, and sounds, all of it!  Just remember, if you have special projects going and need ranges set to a different amount on certain breedables, you will have to manually do this as the GPS will change the range on the whole sim. You can get the GPS absolutely free at any of the Amaretto food stores.

If you find that the range is not the issue, then try the following tricks before filing a ticket.

1. Re-rez (usually fixes 99% of the issues).
2. If the land is set to a group, are the breedables and food set to that group?
3. If the land isn’t set to a group, are the breedables and food set to the same group as each other?
4. Is the breedable set to the type of food out?
5. Remember to reset home position if you edit move your breedable. It is best to re-rez them next to the food instead of editing it over.

If all else fail, file a support ticket at http://support.amarettobreedables.com/index.php

Hope you find these tips helpful in keeping your breedables fed and well!

Till next time…Happy Breeding!

 

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