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@alejandro0819 Sorry to hear that from you. I'm aware of this bug but I don't know the exact reasons. Just in case, could you give me the model of your current graphics card ? What are your graphics settings ?
@Exo 401 Thank you very much. I have updated my mod for the build 1290.2. The files are pending admins review and will be available soon :)
@AUSSIE_LAD_96 What do you mean by "It doesn't display as a package file" ? No archive manager like 7-Zip or WinRAR is needed to install the mod. Just follow the instructions using OpenIV.
@aaronth07 @Exo 401 I have just uploaded a beta/preview version of the light flavor of the mod (RVD-PREVIEW-GTA5-1180.2-LIGHT). It is pending review by admins and should be available in a few hours. If you could test it out and tell me what you think about it, I would be grateful. @aaronth07, is it still too much damage and deformation or is it too less this time ?
Hello, I have made a similar mod (indeed it's the same but made from scratch). It's available as OIV package for easy installing.
You can find it here: https://www.gta5-mods.com/vehicles/reloaded-vehicle-damage#description_tab
@endilluminati What specifically is the bug you encounter when you use my mod with GangMod ?
@joey60 As of version 1.2 it works but damage on DLC vehicles are less impressive than on non-DLC vehicles. For instance, if you use a trainer to spawn a RE-7B you will see that it deforms more than on a vanilla GTA5 but the RE-7B is still almost unbreakable. This bug/problem will be fixed in version 1.3, unfortunately up to this point I had'nt had the time to finish this version. I hope I will be able to release the version 1.3 in the next few weeks.
@aaronth07 The handling.meta is in the common/data/ folder of the update.rpf. To uninstall the mod you have basically two options. You can remove the update.rpf in the mods folder, this way the original update.rpf will be used but all others mods you have installed in the update.rpf of the mods folder will be gone. Or you can extract the vanilla handling.meta from the pristine update.rpf OUTSIDE the mods folder and put it in the common/data/ folder of the update.rpf INSIDE the mods folder. As for the light version of the mod, I planned to make one but I didn't find the time to do it in the past. Since you are asking for the light version, I will try to find the time and make it in the next few days :).
@PCForever The .oiv package contains the handling.meta. If you want the handling.meta alone, you can open the .oiv package as a ZIP file using any archive manager (7-Zip, Winrar, ...) and extract the handling.meta.
@foxieplaya @Ozzie This mod replace the handling.meta in the update.rpf, if you want to uninstall it the most easy way is to remove the update.rpf in <GTA 5 installation folder>\mods\update\. Beware this will also remove or break any other mods that modified the update.rpf.