@IAmJFry still stands albeit a block text from five years ago (!) when Rappo was doing things by his lonesome
Things that can cause a staff member hitting the Feature button:
Adds something unique to the game
Something that oozes "this thing was well thought about and made with care (and love (and blood (and tears))"
Extremely well done description with clear installation instructions and all basic information you'd ever want and (optionally) links to documentation elsewhere if it's too much for a short description
Helps if it somehow radiates "I'm here to stay and be in the community and provide a decent duration of support"
Hey I dunno if it’s scripthook or something else I’ve done but I’ve just updated the game to the most recent patch ( cayo perico heist ) and I loaded it up this morning and all my dlcs have disappeared when I go on to the add on vehicle spawner it says my current game version doesn’t support any dlcs and I just have the stock cars from release, any ideas
x64e is rarely used for vehicle files any more, most of the day one vehicles have since been updated in a patchday dlcpack, in the Comets case, Patchday13ng. The game is pulling the files from there and not x64e, which is why you're not seeing your new model. Put the yft and ytd files in the equivalent patchday folder to make it work.
ah ! interesting ! I test it now
Ok perfect, thank you very much I learn something
public bool IsVisible
get => Function.Call<bool>(Hash.IS_ENTITY_VISIBLE, Handle);
set => Function.Call(Hash.SET_ENTITY_VISIBLE, Handle, value);
As you can see its a bool, but its also a property and is used the same way any other variable is used. Its not a method, as it does not have any parentheses after the variable name. So if you want to set the property it must be assigned to using = true/false.
As you can see you can also get a value from this property.
This can be similar to a method that returns a value of type bool.
public bool IsVisible(int handle)
return Function.Call<bool>(Hash.IS_ENTITY_VISIBLE, Handle);
A method can not be assigned to, but will return a value. So can be used in multiple different ways.
make sure the chassis collision is not accidentally duplicated. ive had this happen to me and realized the duplicated collision. if your issue is completely different from mine, im sorry i cant help you