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@Trevor Phillips99 You mean the GitHub issues in the NativeUI repo? Those are for developers, hence why the message saying to migrate to LemonUI. Now that the repo is archived, it can no longer be updated.
@King Sexus No, they need to have their original names.
@Rambo55 If you want help to find out what's wrong, feel free to join my Discord server and post your ScriptHookVDotNet.log file. That file should say what is wrong.
@Rambo55 LemonUI does nothing by itself. One of the mods using LemonUI is causing said problems.
@kkadriu55 Looks like you are unaware of what mods are you running in your game :)
I recommend that you thoroughly read https://forums.gta5-mods.com/topic/14693/quick-start-guide-to-modding-grand-theft-auto-v so you can understand how to mod GTA V and what the different script runners are.
@dudemanreborn One of the other mods is causing said problem, you would need to try and find out what mod it is and report it to said mod developer.
@Starfox1993 Sadly you do need NativeUI, as they are both standalone libraries. I still haven't found a reliable way to make a compatibility layer for old mods that use NativeUI.
@xxAbood97 Again, LEMONUI DOES NOTHING BY ITSELF, IS JUST A LIBRARY.
Unless the problem is related to the user interface, the problem is one of the mods you are using that coincidentally requires LemonUI.
Please note that LemonUI is not a Mod Menu/Trainer. The purpose of LemonUI is to allow developers to create their own interface elements like Menus.
@Freekieboy @iliaspas33 @Mokel LemonUI does not has any menu by default, as LemonUI is a library for other developers to create their own menus. That menu is an example used by me to test the library.