The jovemaprendiz2019.org on jovemaprendiz2019.org Here we go, regard this as a sort of newsfeed for jovemaprendiz2019.org whenever it”s down or inaccessible or if you for whatever reason need to get in touch with us and you can”t access the site.
We’re not the people maintaining booty even if jovemaprendiz2019.org is under the same domain address so sadly I have no idea. I’d imagine it’s only temporary but I have no idea about the reason or about when it’ll be back. It’s not like this is the first time booty is down for days/weeks so I’m confused about why people are panicking so much about it this time. It’ll be back when it’ll be back, just like always. Just sit back, download some nice free content from some amazing free creators and relax while waiting.
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Dec 1st, 2020
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If you are searching for my older creations, those that were done prior to February 2015, and you were directed to my blog here at jovemaprendiz2019.org (Sim Tinkerings by Tinkle – tinkeringtinkle) you will not find them here.
Anything prior to the end of February will be found at http://simtinkeringsbytinkle.blogspot.com/ , there is a link to the left that is identified as “Tinkle’s BPS Archives”. All files are available and sorted by game version. Each set is in their own file/rar that includes an image and text file in regards to the information that was found in the original post.
Thanks – Tinkle
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Fixing old mediafire links
If you’ve stumbled upon a mediafire link recently which gives you a white page and“File5“ (or just a white page) message, then this is a mini-tutorial on how to fix that 🙂 I’ll be usingsimlishcreations’ “Trapping’s Short Spike TS3 to TS2′s download link as an example.
The mediafire link should look something like this:
Notice how there’s a ? between / and cw4cdfjozodd3et? Delete that questionmark and write download/ or file/(don’t forget to add the / after! Otherwise it won’t work). Now your link should look like this:
And you’re done! Click enter, and the link will automatically update to the “newest version”. For this link, it will update itself to this:
I’m not sure why mediafire can’t seem to re-direct/update old mediafire links like this? I’m also not sure if this is a temporarily thing or not, but oh well. Now you know how to fix it if you ever need to! 🙂
Let me know if anything is unclear or if I should word myself better. Happy simming!