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I'm from Utica and I've never heard about this car.
Love the SAHP slicktop! Do you have any plans for a lightbar variant sporting a Jetsonic? https://i.pinimg.com/originals/67/62/f8/6762f82283df9e38cab41c31911c5246.jpg
Love it! How about some retro love for the SAHP? Don't know if anyone ever made a lore-friendly Jetsonic but it would be a beautiful addition to this pack.
@TR71777 Is your gameconfig in the Mods folder update.rpf? Could be that your update.rpf file is outdated and does not include the latest update in its dlclist.xml file. Again, tested on a vanilla install (no mods folder), the cars do spawn.
@TR71777 This is caused by mods. Works fine with vanilla game.
I hope someone takes over and makes something out of the open source code, because as of the latest R*/Scripthook update, this will crash your game any chance it gets.
@sjaak327 NVM, found the actual issue. Not trainer-related, sorry about that.
@sjaak327 I thought I'd test it again just to be sure, and it seems the issue is somehow related to the controller. I'm not getting any CTDs as long as I use the keyboard (Numpad 5), but using the A button on my controller will cause a crash whenever trying to spawn a car or even entering the Vehicle Spawning menu once a vehicle has already been spawned. I know you didn't change any line of code, but I think it might be necessary as it seems either the latest R* update or the latest Scripthook somehow interferes with the current version of the trainer.
Dunno if it's just me but spawning cars has gotten extremely unstable as of the latest update/SHV. I can only spawn one car; as soon as I attempt to spawn a second one (or even access the "Added Vehicles" menu, I get a CTD. Tried spawning vehicles with another trainer and did not experience that issue.
Anyone still reading this in 2022, this car WILL crash the game if you try to drive it. The issue is caused by the addon lacking a layouts file - the vehicles.meta file refers to the orignal Verlierer layout that was introduced in the mpapartment DLC, but it seems you can only refer to vanilla layouts in vehicles.meta; DLC layouts need to be part of the addon. If you know your way around OpenIV, you can fix this by grabbing the vehiclelayouts.meta file from mpapartment and adding it to this addon (don't forget to properly amend the content.xml file). If Boywond is still around, the best option would be to update the file by including a vehiclelayouts.meta file.