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@ikt Love this! It made GTA so much more real for me. Especially playing LSPDFR and being in a police car most of the time. I have noticed though that some of the menu settings don't ever seem to save; I like to setting the steering deadzone to 0.01, but I have to adjust this setting each time I play. Lastly, as soon as I spawn a car for the first time in game, the vehicle burns out full throttle until I disable and enable your mod once again. There is about a 30 second lag to do this too. Not sure if these issues are on my end, but I wanted to let you know about them. Thanks again for this ikt.
@Coffe I am really enjoying the addition to Mission Row. I have seen some characters clipping through the walls a couple times, but that's not the end of the world. It would be cool to have an evidence room where we could drop off our collected evidence from the INteraction+ mod.
Too bad this mod doesn't work anymore :(
@Snake38 Did you ever figure out a fix for the minimap rotation locking to the ground not the vehicle? I have the same issue
@dodgeboy121 Did you ever figure out the issue of your driver being distracting while driving in first person? I have the same issue
@Hunk oh that's too bad. Looks awesome. Maybe some day... fingers crossed. :)
@Hunk Looks amazing as always bro. In your video, around the 4:50 mark, which mod are you using to put on gloves, glasses and mask? I'm assuming it's one of your mods?
@Razorwings18 I LOVE this mod. Was using it for quite a while until I updated my game recently and now even though first person player model is disabled, I still see the weird animations when I drive. Especially braking. Any ideas?
@Pro Gaming I too would love to see some examples of these textures in game. Thanks
I really like this script! Is there a way so that you could set it up so you could only search each dumpster once? I kept pressing E and got shotgun, then grenades, then condom, then pistol, etc... haha
Maybe it's more realistic to search each once, and find several things and that's all? Just my two cents.