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      Would you like to become a 'Developer' here? Developers will gain full admin powers on the forum and have the ability to promote users to 'Staff' and 'Experienced Members' ranks. They will also have a section on the forum dedicated to their mod just like the Police Pursuit and Paramedic Mods have now.   Or perhaps you would like to help the existing mods by enforcing forum rules and slapping people about when they've done wrong?     If you already have mods that you've made and would like to submit as part of your 'CV' then feel free to contact me directly.   For more information read here:   http://mods.team-neo.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=54


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  1. From what I have gathered so far, they will only ban if you're caught using mods online. And they WILL know if you use mods online as from what I understand when you click "online" it sends messages to rockstar including any mods you have installed and so they always know. Furthermore, I have begun development on Police Pursuit Mod for GTA V and from what I have read, if you attempt to go online by hitting the "Online" button the game will simply close down this is obviously ScriptHook's way of combating cheaters BUT there are ways around that and aslong as you don't try to "overcome" this you have no way of accidently going online and getting banned. That being said, in order for me to test the Police Mod as I develop it - I'm required to load the mod into the game...and thus far I have not been banned but I'll certainly post if this does ever occur.... I hope to make it very easy to use our mod and then take it off when you plan to go online all from shortcuts on the desktop , at least thats the idea but the initial releases will probably be manually done. It'll be very easy though, all you must do to uninstall the mod is delete the two files that come with it and to reinstall its the other way around and job done.
  2. The best way to find out if a mod will work with our mod is to try it. I personally don't use many mods and have now stopped playing GTA IV however, the only known issues we had are those listed on the downloads page. Beyond that, you can simply try to install the other mods and aslong as it doesnt overwrite the files used by our mod, it should in theory work.
  3. Hmm, there were reports that people using single player mods also got caught up in the mass-bannings that rockstar did. it seems their official stance on modding is that they will keep an eye on single player modders and ensure they don't use their mods for online play e.t.c so its safe! i will begin development as soon as possible! :D
  4. Hello, I've been seeing and reading reports from players over various websites including steam forums that users that have used any mods (even those that aren't designed for cheating) and were pefectly innocent have been getting banned by Rockstar games who are not responding to anyone's pleas when pointing out they were not actually cheating. This being said, I'm not able to test the mod for fearing of getting my game/account banned from online. I will resume testing once Rockstar have sorted themselves out. I must say though, I'm very impressed that Rockstar games is doing something about the online hackers... unlike GTA IV where it were just left to rot and the hackers completely destroyed the online gaming... I hoped they would not allow this to re-occur in GTA V as its very dependent on online play. I just hope they tweak things a little bit so it allows us to use mods that are fair or offline but block them from online use. Rockstar games have hated their games being modified even those mods that are just for single player tweaks e.t.c and not for hacking. So I'm concerned whether or not they will still treat all mods as bad and leave it at that... fingers crossed there is a happy medium.
  5. Hello with the release of GTA V for PC, we've begun taking some steps to bring you all a new and improved Police Pursuit Mod for GTA V! There is no ETA as it takes time to create a fantastic mod from scratch so please give us some time but I assure you, it will be great! I will much like before... release as we go so expect Betas out first! :)
  6. Hello mate yes I would love to make a PPM for GTAV it all boils down to whether or not a ScriptHook or something similar is released for me to work with to make PPM in GTAV. Fingers crossed!
  7. english my friend
  8. Very unlikely with GTA V out. I will hopefully make a mod for that instead. When they finally release it for PC that is!
  9. What's the problem?
  10. this is due to system permissions. try right click and run as adminstrator or disable UAC
  11. Fixed sorry
  12. The mod does not support EFLC or any other version of the game. It was destined for the original IV. 1 probably because of your game version as this works fine for me in normal game. 2 probably because of your game version as this works fine for me in normal game 3 is not a bug it's a taser 4 is not a bug it was intentional to make the suspect harder to take down. 5 emc will help victims if no victim exists it will simply come to the scene. You can then use the ems yourself to heal.
  13. I used to experience this when I first started developing and using the mod. But I found that this issue was not related to the mod at all but with GTA IV itself. After I reinstalled GTA IV and used the exact same file/verison of the mod it worked perfectly and instantly when i pressed the button. But I wouldn't reinstall just for this as the installation of IV is like watching paint dry.. it takes years lol.
  14. That is probably a normal crash. Best thing you can do is try to watch what is happening around the time it crashes and report your findings.
  15. yeah this issue has been an on-going one for some time. Attempted to fix it many times , it works for awhile then broken by time it gets to public lol. Not a clue why! I'll eventually fix it!