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@smrg28 You can reset ENT setting by deleting the DB file. Press Windows key + R -> Type: %appdata% -> 'GTAV Enhanced Native Trainer' folder. Remove the folder.
ATTENTION! You will lose all your saved vehicles.
@24meyersc I have no idea why your game crashes. You can also try to delete ENT's DB file. Press Windows key + R -> Type: %appdata% -> 'GTAV Enhanced Native Trainer' folder. Remove the folder.
Try to play the game but do not enable some of the option you usually enable. Or do no tenable any options and see of the game still crashes.
@QBit07 We'll fix it, don't you worry.
@Blackheart117 Did you enable the 'Player / Jedi Powers / Player Force Shield' option? Anyway you can try to reset ENT settings via 'Reset All Settings' and see if it helped.
@flyboy463 I'd recommend you to reset ENT settings via 'Reset All Settings'. Maybe it will help.
@Bluriv Wait for ENT update.
@QBit07 If you want reduced grip for the player's vehicle try the 'Slippery When Wet', and the 'Reduced Grip If Snowing' options.
@QBit07 No, that's why it's called 'NPC Vehicles'.
@QBit07 I suppose this is the only way for now. There will be three options by the next ENT update so you won't need to disable anything.
@QBit07 Actually i have some thoughts how to improve it.
@M1L0RD3R By any chance did you update your game recentyl? You probably know that the Scripthook hasn't been updated yet that's why non of the scripthook mods work at the moment.
@QBit07 Actually it's not a bug. This is how this feature works. It also restores the character you applied a skin to because otherwise you may get empty areas instead some parts of the body as some skins are not compatible with some models.
@24meyersc You're not supposed to put the trainer in the 'scripts' folder. You must use GTA root folder. You must have four files in GTA root folder: EnhancedNativeTrainer.asi, dinput8.dll, ScriptHookV.dll, and ent-config.xml.
@DoomsDayX Btw i also tried your vehicle. It doesn't disappear either.
No, fuel consumption only works for a vehicle you're in.