Custom Slider Framework (CSF) Mod
Custom Slider Framework (CSF) Mod
A framework that allows Custom Sliders to be applied to Sims outside of CAS. Change Height, Thigh Size, Hand Size and more!
Customize the body parts of your Sim without going into CAS (All Ages)
Change sliders like Height, Hand Size, Thigh Size, etc. on the fly.
Example: Make your Sim Taller with monster sized hands.
CSF does not come with sliders by default, Mod Authors must add to CSF themselves. See below for a list of mods that utilize this framework.
Extensible: You can add your own sliders to work with this mod without needing to modify the Sim Modifiers in the package file itself.
Mod Authors may find links to tutorials further down in the description!
– If you want to add your own custom sliders or for any other information, check out the Tutorials available on the CSF Wiki
Add more default sliders! (Feet Size, Face (Nose, Ear, Mouth, Eye), Shoulders, Waist, Hips)
Add many of the vanilla sliders
Mods that add to this:
Do let me know in the support thread or the discord if you add stuff to this mod and I can link it here!
Default Sliders (Under downloads tab) – Contains sliders for Height, Hand Size, Thigh Size, and Thigh Rotation.
Vanilla Sliders (Under downloads tab) – Enables support for Vanilla Sims 4 sliders. (If a slider appears on a Sim you think it shouldn’t, keep in mind that Maxis themselves added the sliders to those Sims, all I did was add CSF support for them!)
Wicked Whims Sliders (Under downloads tab) – Contains sliders for Hard Penis (Rotation, Size, Testicle Asymmetry, Testicle Size)
Q: How do the sliders work? What does -100.0 mean compared to 100.0?
A: Setting a slider to -100.0 will set that slider to its smallest.
For example if the Slider was “Height Short/Tall”
Setting the slider to -100.0 would change the Sim to the minimum height (shortest).
Setting the slider to 100.0 would change the Sim to the maximum height (tallest).
Setting the slider to 0.0 would change the Sim to be neither Short nor Tall (their default size)
Q: What does it mean when I set a slider to 100.0? Is that relative to the current size of a slider?
A: No, setting the value to 100.0 will set that part value to 100.0. It is all relative to the default size of a Sim (Which is 0.0).
Positive makes it bigger (Out, Wide, Thick, etc.),
Negative makes it smaller (In, Narrow, Skinny, etc.).
0.0 will reset it to the default.
Q: What is the default value that is selected when I try to change the slider?
A: That value is what the slider is already set to for the Sim.
Mod Settings (Mod Usage):
Click a Human or Pet Sim.
Locate the Customize Sliders interaction (It shows up as a top level interaction)
Choose a Slider
Enter a value to change the slider to (Default is 0.0, enter this to reset the part)
The initial value is what the slider is already set to.
Watch your Sim become transformed!
– Download and install The Sims 4 Community Library (link in the Requirements section)
– Download this mod (When downloading, it’s the one without a name)
– Download sliders for this mod! (It does nothing by itself!)
– Unpack the this mods archive and drop the files from it into your Mods folder (…The Sims 4Mods)
None so far
None so far, do let me know!
Sims 4 version 126.96.36.1990 (Realm of Magic patch) or above
The Sims 4 Community Library
General Troubleshooting Steps:
– Check out these troubleshooting steps to see if they work for you.
ColonolNutty and the Custom Slider Framework itself are neither responsible, liable, nor accountable for what people use this mod for, what people add to it, or how people extend from it. The accountability is entirely on the third party. If a third party does something to/with/for this mod that goes against Nexus rules, the third party takes full responsibility NOT this mod nor its author.