The Epic Games version is supported by Script Hook V now, so there shouldn't be any reason to use the FiveM SP mode.
If you want assistance with FiveM I suggest asking on the FiveM forums.
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My opinion of the comments doesn't matter. If he doesn't like the comments, he doesn't like them. I do think he should be warned to not do downvoting-waves, but I don't think he needs to be warned about downvoting comments he doesn't like. That's just my opinion, we'll see what the moderators think.
Moderators can't remove downvotes.
I agree it was unnecessary, but unlawful? No. He only downvoted 4 comments that he didn't like. It's not like he downvoted every comment you've ever made or something.
There already is a rule against giving low ratings to mods. There is no written rule against downvoting comments, but when I was a moderator I only remember that being a problem once, where the person downvoted like 40 comments of this person. He was warned.
It's called LUA Plugin for Script Hook V: https://www.gta5-mods.com/tools/lua-plugin-for-script-hook-v
You would have to, by hand, convert the code to a different language/scripting API. It may be easier to convert to the LUA script hook since that mod is written in LUA. Remove any code related to multiplayer, and convert from the FiveM API to whatever API you want to use.
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