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The tint list uses in-game labels like most of the other car mods so that sounds like a localisation issue. The list in update 42 was hard-coded which would explain why the names are in the right order, but when I swapped from hard coded mod names to using R*'s own labels - I didn't change the order.
Knowing R* they probably localised it backwards (instead of CMOD_WIN_1 being limo they broke the label order and made it light smoke instead instead). I'll look into it. Thanks for the report.
You would need to wait, yeah.
The despawn global needs to be updated. It's in the latest version of ENT we're testing,
ENT auto-finds any new vehicles for you (including custom ones) so all ENT versions > 46 auto-generate the vehicle categories etc for you.
Really depends on how much time AB as, as this is just a hobby not a job. Most times it takes around a week, and others it can take 2.
You'll need to wait for AB to update the scripthook before ENT works.
Also make sure ENT's DLL and folder is in your GTA install folder (beside the .exe). The Scripthook goes in the same folder.
Alex and I haven't really being doing much dev work with ENT due to real life work. ENT auto-updates the vehicle list so when new vehicles are added those will automatically appear in ENT (albeit without preview images until we add those). There will be an update for the latest game version, but I wouldn't expect any new features to be added I'm afraid.
Are you using any mods which either change the weather or change the time cycles?
What do you mean?
Go to %appdata%\GTAV Enhanced Native Trainer in a file explorer window and rename ent.db to something else. Relaunch the game and ENT will be reset.
You're best asking in the related mod's comment section than here.
Download the Scripthook from https://www.dev-c.com/gtav/scripthookv/ and put the dinput8 and scripthookv.dll files into your GTA install folder. Download ENT and unzip the file contents into the GTA folder (so you'll see EnhancedNativeTrainer.asi as well as scripthookV.dll). Launch the game and ENT should run.
ENT already enables the online radio stations if that's what you mean by MP music.
Sounds like a mod conflict. JUST run ENT and see if the crash still happens. If it doesn't - add 1 mod back and repeat until it does.
That option should be under wheel type.
5 stars max as ENT just assumes you're using the vanilla police response system.
Just type that string into the URL bar in a file explorer window.
Might be worth getting ENT to make a new DB in that case.
If you type: %appdata%\GTAV Enhanced Native Trainer into a file explorer path bar and rename ENT.db to something else ENT should make a new DB the next time you start the game.