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This is a super-enriched tool but crashing when opening editor mode is too frequent.
You have very low graphics settings, I thought I was viewing screenshots from SA PS2 for a moment. Overall, impressive modification you've spent time on building.
Sometimes selecting to open the map editor will cause the game to crash. It would also be easier to categorize the props into sections like Console Trainer V spawner has in order to easily find specific areas. Not all props are named under their actual context such as 'skate' is 'skatel' to show any result. Apart from that this is impressive.
- Adding Secret High-Life Garage Interior that was never added to the game!
- Brand New Convenient Store Interiors and Exteriors
- Brand New Apartment Created Out Of Unused 3D Material
Version 1.2.1 Highlights:
- New ReadMe.txt for more easily explained installation instructions.
Then you don't play Online enough. For anyone who has seen and knows the Apartment and Garage, you'd immediately notice what has changed for the better. I'm not a miracle worker, I can't create a pink castle with the English flag flying over it. Open your game, walk around and compare it to this version.
@Doctorgta Sure, just make sure you use the OpenIV 'Mods' folder function, the link is in the description above. Also make sure you have the latest script hook for the latest title update and that its bypassed for Online. Do not modify your original files directly.
@eshenk Single Player doesn't have the same element of interior as multiplayer so I probably wouldn't start editing on that game mode.
@Demons Please don't download this modification if you do not accept the risk. Thank you.
@Demons Take this is as nicely as possible, but I'm a straight up person so I'll just say it.
If you don't want to take a risk as low as 5%, compared to a 55% chance firing up a mod menu, there is really no point in applying modifications at all for multiplayer.
I've been working with this for over two weeks now, not one ban accumulated, there is no detection in place, and no one has released code to prove otherwise, just people 'saying it' which means nothing. I can assure you a ban is far away from remotely a regular thing.