@Jitnaught I've not tested it without all the files, but you could try the EUP menu (may or may not work with the EUP mod itself). It's somewhat similar and will let you save and name the saved outfits. Right now I'm using Simple Trainer to make mine 'manually'. Once I get a couple made I then "copy and paste" by reusing them and changing a few things and saving to a new slot.
Respect the mod/script makers. That is all.
Posts made by Anonymoused281
RE: Access to Skin Control Reborn or mod very similar to Skin Control?
RE: Spawn new DLC vehicles in SP?
EDIT: I found it, but it's listed as "Do Not Approve FFS" for some unknown reason. Not sure WTF is going on with that.
I know the last one I tried was MPSmuggler to keep smuggler's run cars from despawning. Can't seem to find the updated version of it at all, as I know it was updated for the new DLC, but the followed and bookmarked files for me don't have it.
RE: WHAT FILES YOU SHOULD BACKUP TO KEEP PLAYING BEFORE THE NEXT UPDATE??
You can also have an "automagic" way to do this using RPH to make a backup (before a new DLC release) and then use it to revert the game to the 'old' version until the new stuff is ready.
(not a shill for RPH, just lazy and it does it all for me)
RE: [Information/Discussion] ScriptHookV & OpenIV Updates
Agreed. Depending on the complexity, spare time, health, drive, etc it can take between 2 days and 6 weeks as he has to code, debug, troubleshoot and so on in a loop until it works without crashing.
RE: Better way to keep playing GTA V post-update?
Make a backup of the social club installer, GTAV launchers (there are two) and a backup of the update folder (presuming you don't mod directly into it). You can also use RagePluginHook (RPH) to make a backup of those files for you as well. You can then tell it to revert your game version and it will set it back to the previous version that still runs while the devs work to update their mods for compatibility with the new DLC. Once those are done, just verify cache in steam for the game and Bam, you're on the new version, you can reinstall your mods and backup the new game version files for the next round.
I learned this the hard way during the T2 lawsuit debacle.
RE: Downgrade to 1.0.1180.2?
While not a help at all, this is why you make a backup as soon as the new DLC comes out, that way you've got a copy when the next one is released and can revert at your leisure. I do this manually and through RPH once the mods I run get updated by their respective developers.
And not to be snide, but how did you not know the doomsday DLC was coming out? I'm busy as hell and even I knew about it and made yet another backup last weekend?
RE: A co-op or multiplayer mod to play with my friend?
I second FiveM. That way you can run mods (like different cars/skins/textures/peds/maps) without getting banned.
RE: GTA V BACKUP
While having one GTAV folder for SP (with mods) and one for MP (vanilla for clean online without fear of getting banned) would be the preferred way to run, it may not always be something one can do. However even doing that, you're still left with the issue of the game forcing itself to update. What I have done is make a backup using Rage Plugin Hook as it has a built in feature for it. I'm rather glad it does as it aids in the headaches.