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@UNKNOWNTEMPTATION Alexander Blade is not gonna help you.....I can help you but, you have to answer some questions for me first. First question, what types of mods you have installed? Let's begin you answering exactly what mods you have installed in your game and then I'll tell you what else you need to do.
@CaptConfuzed It depends on what type of text you want to replace. there are two types of texts when it comes to oiv xml files. A "reference" text is basically a personal description you type in to remind yourself of what any particular path does in the xml file but this type of text is only for self-informative purposes and it's non-executable text which can be simply changed opening the xml file with Notepad++ and finding the text you want to retype. The second type of text is an "executable" text, an "executable" text is a command text that executes a directive or gives intructions within the xml for when the oiv is installed. If it is an "executable" text you need to change you cannot change it opening the xml after the oiv has been created because it will mess up the oiv package and you will get an error when attempting to install. The xml is auto-generated after you create the oiv not the other way around so if it is an "executable" command you need to change you must change it while you're creating the oiv. This particular oiv package creator by Felix Bartling is very basic, I only use this one if I need to do a very simple oiv with very simple instructions with minimum content. The one I use more often for more complex instructions and extended content is the OpenIV Package Manger 1.0 from KR4N3N64. That one has added support for Text and XML command modifications. If you're interested on downloading that one here's the link > https://www.gta5-mods.com/tools/openiv-package-manager. Once you download that one you will need to recreate the oiv you did with this package creator from scratch because xml files created by one package creator are not compatible with each other. Then you have to make the the appropriate command text change as you're re-building your oiv package, however like I mentioned, if it is only a "reference" text you want to change then that's as simple as opening your current xml file with Notepad++ and changing the text. "Reference" text are usually enclosed within "quotes" in the xml file.
@alefrofer Infelizmente, uma vez que você tenha feito todas as missões, você não pode realmente refazer as missões novamente desde o começo. A única maneira de fazer isso seria desinstalar o GTS e reinstalá-lo de volta, essa é a única maneira de reiniciar as missões desde o início.
@Bletz Did you installed it manually or via oiv? I no longer recommend installing GTS manually because that's exactly the types of problems you will encounter if you install it manually. If you installed it using the oiv package and you still see atmospheric glitches like that then it may have to do with some graphics enhancing mod you probably have installed that's interfering with the mod.
@alefrofer Grand Theft Space desativa automaticamente a perseguição policial, assim você pode entrar no Fort Zancudo e encontrar o coronel Larson na primeira missão sem levar um tiro. O que você tem que fazer é uma vez que você tenha feito a primeira missão, pressione o NumPad 9 no teclado numérico do seu teclado (não confunda com o F9). Uma vez que o menu aparece desmarque a opção que diz: "Wanted Levels" e saia do menu. A polícia agora voltará ao normal, mas você tem que fazer isso toda vez que sair e voltar a entrar no jogo, porque o GTS desliga a polícia automaticamente toda vez que você relança o gta 5.
@Jason696 A lot of the original modders that were involved in this project abandoned this mod a long time ago. Originally there were plans for a second upgraded version but, all that never got off the ground and everything went down the drains, everybody splitted and went their seperate ways. There is however a "fan base" enhancement mod for GTS that was done back in August 15, 2018 by MarcoSzwk and GTS Devs which enhances GTS in some ways but, that's just an enhancement mod and not necessarily an official upgrade of GTS but, it stills makes it better. This is the link to that mod if you want to download it: "Grand Theft Space GTS fan made Update! 1.1" > https://www.gta5-mods.com/misc/gts-mars-terraformed-marcoszwk-gts-devs
@ROBS 576 Do you have any graphics enhacement mods installed like VisualV, NaturalVision, or NaturalVision Remastered?
@ROBS 576 Did you installed it manually or via oiv? I no longer recommend installing GTS manually because that's exactly the types of problems you will encounter if you install it manually. If you installed it using the oiv package and you still see an "earth-like" atmosphere on the planets then it may have to do with a graphics enhancing mod you probably have installed that's interfering with the mod.
@Wolf_Speed yw, glad you got your game and your mods working again!
@Wolf_Speed The gameconfig is one of the most important files in your game. It configures your game and makes it work properly. Under normal circumstances if you don't have any mods installed you don't need to change the gameconfig but, if you want to play with mods you need a gameconfig that will allow you to use mods. Usually the default gameconfig that comes with the original gta 5 works fine but only if you don't have any mods installed however if you install mods then you will need a different gameconfig that will recognize and reconfigure your game to accept modifications. Do you have an "unmodded" original copy of gta 5? If you have an extra copy of gta 5 make another copy of it and use that copy to put your mods back in, WITHOUT INSTALLING GTS!!. Once you made a copy of the original gta 5 and is ready to go follow these instructions:
1. First, make sure you have a "mods" folder in the main directory. The "mods" folder is necessary, that's where all your mods are gonna go without making changes to the original files. after you make a "mods" folder you must include a copy of the most recent "update.rpf", a copy of the "x64" folder, a copy of the "common.rpf" and a copy of each of the "x64" alphabetical .rpf files (x64a to x64w).
2. Second, make sure you also have a "scripts" folder in the main directory as well.
3. Make sure all the latest ScriptHooV and ScriptHookVDotNet files are installed. That includes:
4. Make sure you also have "dinput8.dll" installed in your main directory
5. Now go to > mods\update\update.rpf\common\data and scroll down and look for the gameconfig.xml. Replace that gameconfig with the one I told you to download from F7YO (I provided you with the link already). If your PC is low to mid end then use the one in the "1x traffic 1xpeds (Means Gta base)" folder....if you have a solid or high-end gaming PC like I do then you can use the one I have the "2,5x traffic 2,5x peds" gameconfig or anything higher than that as long as your PC can handle it.
6. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT! You also need to download and install three other additional mods besides the gameconfig. These mods help stabilize your game specially if you have a lot of mods installed plus they work in conjunction with the new gameconfig.xml from F7YO. These are the links to those mods>
- Heap Limit Adjuster (650 MB of heap!) 1.0.0 > https://www.gta5-mods.com/tools/heap-limit-adjuster-600-mb-of-heap
- Packfile Limit Adjuster 1.1 > https://www.gta5-mods.com/tools/packfile-limit-adjuster
- CWeaponInfoBlob Limit Adjuster 1.0.1 > https://www.gta5-mods.com/tools/cweaponinfoblob-limit-adjuster
7. After you have all those files install I want you to re-install all the mods you had before except GTS. DO NOT INSTALL GTS BACK IN YET!! Only install the mods that you had before or the ones you want to install back in.
8. Once you re-installed the mods you wanted to install I wanna know how your game behaves. Launch the game and tell me if all of your mods work and the game doesn't crash. If the game works fine and all of your mods work then your problem is fixed.