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A good car model but I'm having issues when recoloring the car... It pretty much stays white even if I change the color, the slint tint of the white changes but it's very white... Anyone know how to fix this? Other than that it's a very good car.
You gonna make this in the ultra preset?
@sjaak327 I meant in game, changing the day in the game crashes the trainer.
Whenever I try to change the day like from Monday to Tuesday, the trainer crashes. Anyone know how to fix it?
The camo color doesn't save that I have on my weapons when I saved them. Is there an option to fix this? Great mod though.
@prakhar131003 I know on addon cars, they can still get dirty but not sure for regular in-game cars. Are you asking for add-on or in-game cars?
EDIT: I didn't realize this until like an hour ago, but within the assembly doc, you're able to find what files are affected by the OIV.
For those who want to uninstall, I think I've found a way to see the files edited and to replace them. If you placed these in your mods folder (it doesn't work if you didn't put it in your mods folder my method) and don't want to replace your entire mods folder, right-click on all the 4 oiv files you have to install. You must have 7 zip or WinRAR, but open it with those. You're gonna right click on the oiv file and hover over Open With, then to the right of that, then hit WinRar or 7-Zip. Hit the content folder and you get to see what files are affected/or changed. Pretty much from there, you now know what files are affected and you need a backup of those files to replace them to uninstall the mod. You must open OpenIV then and make sure edit mode is on, and left click on the magnifying glass in the upper left of OpenIV (right below View and New). A little window should pop up and where the little pop down window of *Search Area: Search in "mods" folder only*, you're gonna left click on that and the pop-down window should come up and hit *Search in Game Folder only*. Above that should be a little search window and pulling up that WinRar or 7-Zip of the OIV file you did earlier, you get to see what files are affected. Like for example, in the 1st OIV file, peddamagedecals.ytd is affected in the content folder and pops up first. So what I'd do then in the search window with OpenIV, is search for that name. I'd type the name of that file letter for letter, like this. "peddamagedecals.ytd" in the search window. You'll find it in the original game files and then I'd recommend to drag and drop that into a folder on your desktop. You can then replace that file into your mods folder. That's how, you have to do this manually for every file which does kind of suck, but what else are you to do.
I'm about to make a video on this for those who are confused on what to do, so be patient and it'll be out within a couple hours hopefully if I don't get busy.
Does this work with any type of gun or only assault rifles? (I mean could I install a handgun or pistol mod for this?)
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