When I want to create my own story there are different customization options on hair, lips, etc. than when I create a character in someone elses story. How come some options I’ve chosen in other people’s stories won’t come up when I want to create my own characters in my own story? Thanks!
By differences, could it be because one story is INK and one story is LL? Or maybe one story only offers limited CC, so they’ve gotten rid of a few options?
I just mean shouldnt my own story be able to have all the optiona the others do? Like I want my main character to have the long hair flip style but its not an option. thanks though
The type from the featured stories? As far as I know, they’re being rolled out so that users can include them in their stories too
Not all CC templates are the same
Some people have limited options, some people have all and some people are missing out on new features : )
For example when I started, my stories had limited CC options because I didn’t know how to add all the choices in lol but after learning by experimentation, I made my own CC templates and tried to put every option available in it.
It’s a lot of work making CC templates and it takes too much time, though
If you want you can manually add that hairstyle in your template (this is what I did recently when I added the new updates into my templates XD) or you could, like a lot of people check out templates made by @ Dara.Amarie here: Multiple Character Customization Templates (INK & Limelight)
They have every feature and remember to give credit to her if you use.
I wish you good luck!
but like in the beginning when Im adding my own characters in can I use the template?
You can use her templates for any character that you want so long as you don’t use an ink CC template for Limelight, a CC limelight template for ink or a male CC template for a female CC template and vice versa.
Once you add in the template, you can change the name written in the template to your character’s name by following these steps:
Also, feel free to check out:
*Also, CC stands for Character Customization