I figure that's the best way for someone like me to start. Basic interest right now is to take existing spoilers from various dlc's and move them to work on cars that normally don't have one. Or for example my personal want is a car with a scaled up spoiler. Think dramatic rc type spoiler really big. This is what I need to know to introduce myself to this program.
I have always had a separate directory of gta for mods. I don't touch my legit copy except to get the new update files for coding it. However long it takes I usually get most of the new updates working. Then reloaded comes along and it's complete. I'll continue doing each update until take two hits me up with a cease and desist notice. Until then, mod on modders!!
@xXGARRAPPAXx I see, life's been busy for me as well, though fortunately landed a job as a researcher without much problem, but it's basically work around the clock since we are a startup. Good luck on your interview!!
@ppe That very bad man... My parents had a e34 525i with yellow lights. she was very nice. we loved it like it was a member of our family. we were 3 childs, the real dad's family car. there was not 2 same e34... the sound she had man... But time fly, and things dont last forever. Engine broke and we couldnt afford a new one (a used one was not that cheap) so with that money we bought another car, which we regret because the guy that sold it didnt mentioned the tank was broken and we finished with a car that have costed more than the engine price. So if i wasnt good enought to make mods, i would really loved that someone could do it... Maybe you didnt had such a nice childhood. Anyway, you should give some respect before saying something that bad.