I still don't know why would you need to transfer any vehicles from that patch, when all you need is simply to update your game to the latest version and you will automatically receive any objects / vehicles / items present prior to the newest game version.
Posts made by TheMurderousCricket
RE: Connect updates using OpenIV?
RE: Need help to make gta interesting
Hey @jordy1690. I agree - the default story line in GTA may get boring relatively fast. I suggest you check out the following mods. They will sure keep you hooked on the game:
(let's you take on a truck driver career which may be fun)
(interesting in a sense that it allows you to pick your own, very personally chosen vehicle [and several of them])
(closest to the army guy career that you would like to pursue, but a bit incomplete)
(my personal fav! Let's you drive passengers in taxis and other cars to literally hundreds of destinations all around the map and even set fare / kilometer. Highly customizable code, great fun and a chance to earn a few bucks)
(old-school paramedic missions!)
(old-school vigilante missions! [may be very difficult on high levels])
(career as a public transport worker)
(a quite detailed and complex mod where you take on a role of an emergency doctor. Unfortunately not free of bugs and with an unknown future update-wise)
Generally, all mods made by Guadmaz, LCBuffalo, I'm Not Mental and Eddlm you can download in the dark! These are some of the guys that make the most interesting and fail proof content.
I am sorry I can't direct you to an army-related combat mod that you seem to be after. Note however, that you can create quite convincing "missions" just with the use of Menyoo's options. If you feel confident with this tool, you can create some great adventures and shootouts with just this tool alone.
I strongly suggest you also check out" Los Santos Police Department: First Responders" and "Los Santos Rescue Division" mods. These are robust and very complex modifications for GTA that allow you to become one of the LS's finest - either a police officer or a firefighter. Not army related, but if you like uniforms... You may as well try these two out.
Guys, I need your opinion on an issue of "beautification".
I plan to add some greenery to a relatively barren landscape of Los Santos and its vicinity and I consider two options...
Obviously, Menyoo's object spooner came to my mind first. I can simply plant trees where I want them and load the placements later on. I made a test with 20 or so new plants and it seems fine but when I add 20 thousand...? Heheh.
I don't know how bad it may influence performance and RAM. You see my point?
The second option is to download and install just one of the many mods that aim to do just the thing - plant more bushes, shrubs and palms. There are quite a few.
I am reluctant to do this however, because I heard numerous people complaining that these mods may break the game and cause frequent crashes when handled improperly. Given that you need to edit dlc lists and gameconfigs (or so I heard) I can see why!
So if you were me, which option would you choose? Keep in mind that Menyoo also allows you to hand-pick locations and make plants one at a time, which is a great way to let one's imagination soar - an important advantage too.
RE: Game Crashes if character, or vehicle goes near Michaels tennis court, or Road.
Well After doing some testing, I figured it out. In my case if I run the game with the LowPriorityPropRestore.asi in the GTAV Folder it causes my game to crash near Michaels tennis court & other random areas.
Remove the LowPriorityPropRestore.asi from the GTAV folder & the game runs spot on no crashes etc,
So I'm assuming there must be a conflict when restoring the props Rockstar left out.
Tested my game with mods installed ran perfect...
Thanks for sharing this tip @Designerappz . In case someone else runs into this problem, it is always best to share how you yourself solved the issue. I always say it's better to talk, rather than keeping one's mouth shut.
RE: The best way to manage GTA V folder(s)
Well, theoretically this is how it should work. Sounds reasonable the way you put it.
I'm kind of cautious these days because after the latest update I had problems whereas my game crashed on exits and reloads. It's strange. Because GTA was unused for about five months. I still don't know what was the cause of that...
My question comes as a conclusion to a thought that it might be better to keep certain files separated from others or gods know what will happen next time. Unfortunately, it seems things tend to get mangled and damaged when stuff is written over and over and over again like with these updates.