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@timelessaru Glad you liked it. Yes, it was supposed to be a 'surprise'. Happy Halloween!
Very nice build!
@nickaoke Mostly Menyoo, but lately with Map Builder as well.
@thekiller199365 You can find it easily by reading the description as it tells you exactly where it is. Or when you load the game Menyoo places a nice 'green house blip' pinpointing the location. If this was a Map Editor mod, I would include a map. As is, it isn't necessary. It's the only 'Bright Red House' in the Vinewood Hills'. Believe me, you can find it! Cheers....
@DuckieDutchie , if it's converted to 5M for streaming as a ymap I don't see why not. I'm currently learning how to make ymaps for SP. I don't have access to 5M.
@YoYO17 Thanks, but I don't try to 'save people who won't grab the lifering.' The 'message is for everyone else who will.' And homie's 'long explanation' was equally 'irrelevant' as 'agreed' to a point but warned of the dangers. After that, it's all on him. And I'll say it again, 'Do your thing, get paid if you can. But don't be surprised when the original owners either want their cut or want to shut you down hard as possible.' That's all I got. Take it or leave it.
@JDeezNutz Yes, I thought it was weird as the 'pattern' for the majority of mods is to be inserted either in the main directory or the scripts folder or into the game via OIV. Well, now the 'fun' part begins with forays into creating dlc's.
@JDeezNutz "You are doing something wrong."
That's obvious otherwise I wouldn't have asked. So what threw me off from your initial explanation, you cleared up in the second. Which btw was not in the mod's instructions. I just tried that and what happened last time was I tried to open the exe from the original file. This time the exe worked. It took a minute, but thanks.
@giano Dude, I get your beef. Creating content is painstaking work and creators should get some level of compensation for their work. The big 'However' you are blowing past at 'warp speed' is 'you are creating over someone else's work.' 'R' in my opinion blew an enormous opportunity to link up with modders to take what they have made and go places they never thought and make money doing it. But between them and 'T2's' suits, all they were worried about was duping kids out of their parent's cash with 'shark cards.' Again though, I do understand your gripe and do agree...up to a point. The 'reason' we/us enjoy and even 'expect mods to be free' is because 'those were the conditions T2 laid down when it turned a blind eye to modding of their product.' And don't be the guy who walks around blind and deaf thinking 'eh, they won't come after me.' The 'came after Maffins' and Menyoo hasn't been the same since he stopped selling a version on the side. Be advised: You do not want to 'eff-around' with 'Copyright Infringement'. Never think, 'oh, they won't come after me.' That's the same as walking through an active minefield and believing you won't step on one. As a 'broke@$$ dev', you do not want to get hauled into court because 'R' or any other game company decides they need to 'make another example'. Penalties for judgements against a defendant in an infringement case run (in US Dollars) from '$750 - $30,000 per instance.' Did you read that? 'Per Instance'. That means 'every download of said mod', individually or in 'packages' is an 'infringement'. WoV has been downloaded nearly '72,000' times! Do the math at $750 a pop even with a judgement from a 'lenient judge' when the creator fails to prove they didn't 'knowingly infringe'. I deal with this crap on the regular in my day job. And keep in mind, you don't want another modder copying your work and getting paid for it either. And this goes for anyone in this gig, 'Remember; Patreon, Donations and Commissions are not compulsory.' You're correct in that 'you are not technically selling mods via patreon and donations.' However, this is a 'thin gray area' that is subject more to the discretion and how 'deep the legal pockets' of the aggreived entity are and how much they really want to punish you. Granted, the situation sucks, but that's how it is. Too many of us stood by way back when and allowed these companies to choke off the flow of creativity so 'here we are.' At least, we can mod and for the time being, 'hold our hands out and hope there are those who will donate to keep the work flowing.' Already there are way too many modders 'demanding payment' or 'whitholding content until a donation is made.' That btw is 'selling' no matter how you try to slice it and any judge you're standing before will see it that way....
@GJ1996 It's definitely getting there!