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@1995SUBURBANS I say that there are too many poles. Usually they are placed with a fairly large distance. In your case, for an adequate view, you need to remove at least every 2nd pole.
I always didn’t understand why they put lampposts so often. Go out and see how they are arranged in real life !
My God, why are all mods with such terrible non-realistic proportions ? Is someone interested in huge tits and thighs ???
@Misseva I just use 3ds max and GIMS EVO. Here is the link to the forum / download / basic tutorial. Pay particular attention to skel / FULL. https://gtaforums.com/topic/836266-vrel-gims-evo-for-gta-v/
@Misseva I don't know if it makes much sense. I only communicate through a translator + if you think that I'm a big Pro in terms of modeling for GTA V this is not so.
@sjaak327 Where can I find you on Discord ? Some kind of group ? Without a personal number, I can’t add anyone. As I understand it, I’m required to ride the map and check if cars appear ?
@AlexSouza993 Most of all, it’s sad that it is not possible to completely turn off car traffic, very often come across specially generated drivers.
@sjaak327 Or teleport to a location with a choice of characters in director mode (REPLAY)
@sjaak327 I would like to see the variable parts of the map such as paleto bay before and after the robbery mission (when there was a helicopter accident there)
Alright alright) I was joking). By the way, it’s interesting, it’s only I have such a problem ... When I checked the update, I went into the basement of the club and bought a can of soda there. A message appeared in the corner that the R * servers could not process this transaction. It turned out that any machine with soda appears such an error. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1951368025
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Rockstar game servers were unable to process the transaction. Please try again later. Please try again and go to "link" to learn more about power outages and planned maintenance work.