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@Croft_Spell Player / Player Data / Character Ability Stats.
@Noobmaster7 Misc / Trainer Options / Show Vehicle Previews.
@CamxxCore Dear CamxxCore, could you please update your wonderful 'Manual Reload' mod when you have time.
Enjoy, and, yes, you can link my files to whoever you want! 😉
@IAmNotCool123 Weapons / Friendly Fire.
@black7sv3n It's all stored in the ent.db file.
Are you saying that every time you press 'Save Tracked Vehicles' it doesn't save it?
@DrBomb10 No you won't lose anything. All ENT settings (including saved vehicles) are saved here 'c:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\AppData\Roaming\GTAV Enhanced Native Trainer' in the 'ent.db' file.
You can get there this way: Windows key + R -> type: %appdata% -> 'GTAV Enhanced Native Trainer' folder.
@DoctorDoge @Jordanbryant23 Open the 'ScriptHookVDotNet.ini' file, replace 'ConsoleKey=F4' with 'ConsoleKey=None'.
@kokokrobert Not at the moment. We'll see what can be done.
@Mikopath We'll see what can be done. Thanks for the report.
@GhostHood There was an option for it i don't remember which one. Try to disable some of the bodyguard options.
@Greenlandium I never tried to use my files without VisualV, plus i think they will properly work with VisualV only.
p.s. i'm very busy at work now + i'm still trying to keep on developing of the Enhanced Native Trainer mod that takes time. 😉
@Greenlandium Install VisualV into the 'mods' folder. Launch OpenIV --> GTA V --> mods --> update --> update.rpf --> common --> data --> timecycle. Make sure the 'Edit' mod is enabled. Drag my files into the folder.
@Greenlandium My nights are really dark. This is how they look like in my game. You can download each image to see a full detailed version.