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I don't know how to tag a moderator but there are occasions when an extra star is necessary!
I'm trying to remove as much lore stuff as possible but this gets a pass. I hope you've got more of these up your sleeve in the future
@-EcLiPsE- <3. I wish I had money to give you, now it works I can't wait for a day off!
@-EcLiPsE- Sorry dude, I uploaded the 2 files I edited because screenshots in openiv/notepad weren't very clear, I would have just copied and pasted everything but I can't dm for some reason. http://www.mediafire.com/folder/fln4yktkkac6s,mo4zwwel0ar19rs,ndhdk55fe49n97f/shared, I also included an in-game screenshot just to verify the location cords
@-EcLiPsE- , hey dude. I tried to add a survival but I got an exception. At first I thought it was to do with a limit in the .asi so I was going to try again but this time, edit an existing survival but then I noticed that your mod has one more (24) than JustDancePc's (23). I wanted to re-add some of the removed survivals but also because of openinteriors, I was really determined to spend time making new ones and because I have no coding experience. I'm wondering if it's something like I missed a comma which is why the script causes an exception? Either way, I use this mod so much, I hope if I don't figure it out, there will be an update in the future with new maps, cheers!
I would give this 5 stars even if it was just peds getting out of their vehicles and ringing the police when you crash into them. I can't believe how something so simple can improve immersion.
Please make it compatible with https://www.gta5-mods.com/tools/community-hud-gfx-for-add-on-radio-stations
essential, 5*. 'posts of steel' (https://www.gta5-mods.com/scripts/posts-of-steel) goes well with this
@Brad-95 dude, you probably installed the oiv whilst openIV was in edit mode. All that is likely to have happened is your dlclist got corrupted which makes the game crash. If you rename the mods folder, the vanilla game will still run fine because it's the mods folder that is trying to read the broken dlclist. If you copy and paste or extract the dlclist (update\update.rpf\common\data) and then type in whatever DLC's you were using (mods\update\x64\dlcpacks), everything should work ok. In the future, if you don't have enough memory to back up your modded update.rpf, you can always rename an .oiv extention into a .rar, look at the contents file and see what files get added or changed so you have the option to install mods manually and only have to extract a few mb instead of gb. Even if Larcius's mod somehow did break your game, take some responsibility and backup your files so if this happens again, all you have to do is drag and drop only one file. It's happened to me so many times over the years so I know how pissed off you are but it's fun figuring out why things happen. I'm at the point where I get excited when my game crashes, I enjoy fixing it more than I do playing!