Its probably best to do the scenarios without ucis, especially animals, as some may have conflict issues that can crash your game, Im not sure how that would affect your scenario progress, but I wouldnt chance it myself.
As for uci organization, I have mine organized according to menu, there is a paths folder, fence folder, foliage folder, rock folder, buildings folder, scenery folder, animal folder and shelters folder.
Each folder can be further organized as well, for instance the Scenery folder can contain a Fountains folder, Statue Folder, Arches folder, Scenic Buildings folder, etc., and the Foliage folder can contain a Trees Folder, Plants folder, Flowers folder and so on, and the animals folder can have folders for each biome, Desert, Savannah, Grassland, etc.
You can also have a Holiday folder which could contain a Thanksgiving folder, Halloween folder, Christmas folder, etc., and a Seasons folder, for Spring, Summer Fall and Winter, so if youre doing a winter zoo, you have all your winter ucis in one place.
I also have an Essentials folder, it contains the items I simply cant live without, Sundances Cool Colors Flowerbeds, Brandis Flowers, the Invisible Fence, Genkis Grasses, stuff like that.
Another important thing I do is rename the ucis with a word and a number in front of the original name, Path1 means its a path and I love it, Statue3 means its a statue and its nice but not required, and so on.
That way when they are in my dlupdates folder I can easily find what Im looking for.
There are some ucis whose original names are not adequately descriptive, so I will add another word or two to help me remember what it is.
You always want to keep the original name on too though, that way you will know who made it and how to find it again if you need to redownload it.
You definitely do NOT want to toss all your ucis and start over.
I lost all my ucis when my computer died its grisly death, and there were some that I cant get back, so its much better to organize what you have first, then go through the new stuff here at Tek and Download Directory and get the new stuff you want to have.
I hope all this helps :D
Oh, I forgot some other information.
The dlupdates folder is the only one you should do anything with, it can hold a maximum of 300 ucis before it gets over loaded, and each menu can hold 3000 items, so its a good idea to keep track of how many items are in each combined uci if you plan on using a lot of them.
Other helpful game play information, restaurants satisfy guests hunger, thirst and bathroom needs without requiring trashcans and maintenance crew to clean up after them, so they may actually be cheaper than food and drink stands, and the Cherry Tree, Japanese Maple Tree, Pacific Dogwood Tree, and the Wild Olive Tree boost guest happiness a lot. I put one behind every bench ;)
Edited by Z.Z., 14 July 2017 - 11:50 AM.