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Fantastic work. Thanks for sharing. @Twatchai
@Horrorfreak106 NO, it would overwrite GTA IV handling. If you want the collision you can use that as it's an ENB file only (will need ENB installed) @nonethenone If you already modded these files then yes this mod would overwrite that. You can not have 2 handling mods. It's only changing a specific file in the x64 files so if the mod you are worried about is NOT a handling mod then chances are you are fine. And yes you need ENB installed for the Collision parts of this mod to work.
@dfreeze Use a mods folder. Why would you not? There are many reasons to use the mods folder and exactly 0 to not use it.
It has hydraulics? @TacoPoPo
Looks like a decent start. Would love to see more pictures and video.
Man you guys are killing it with this shit. Adding so much awesome and vanilla friendly content. I really appreciate all the work you guys put in and give to the community for free. Thank you all.
So many countless hours having fun with this. Used it on GTA IV as well. Hope you always keep this up to date.
@SparK_v What a wonderful job. Thanks for sharing your work.
@PNWParksFan It goes 5 digits after the whole number, and is red? I Dunno but I know when I use Steam overlay to see the FPS counter the game does not run as well, so I tend to just use * button to see FPS when I have ENB installed. But that is a big number pon screen (ENB FPS counter) and is a bit ugly. IMO this is better than that and I am going o try it and see, but I also agree with @SLY95ZER in that the 5 numbers after the whole number is not really needed, less is more when it comes to an in-game overlay IMO.
@Eddlm It also adds a little experiment of mine, where peds which want to take a photo of your car will actually take the photo, comment on the car and save the photo as a screenshot. Can be disabled disabling PlayerCoolCarPhoto in LivelyWorld.xml. That is dope AF.