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@Grateful_for_modders Thanks for the comments. I been looking into figuring out how to simplify installs (one way is to look into dlc folders). However, because I been testing it with bus sim V, my description with installing mods is a bit generic with vehicle.metas (bus sim V uses its own dlc folder to ovverride any other dlc folders).
I will look into simplifying model installs in the near future, with a high possibility the next mod will use DLC folders (as the next bus mod is a bendy bus mod designed for bus sim V).
@Dannybus I provided a bus template in there if you want to make your own bus liveries ;)
@vithepunisher Indeed and theres more coming
@thesmarty1123 u may need Community Scripthook .NET installed as well.
Two new buses are currently in the works for GTA V. One is an updated version of Novabus LFS to simplify installs and more for general use (Bus Sim V still works with this bus). Another bus is a brand new bus model for airport.
I am more active on discord if you want to follow up my modding works in general!
@xRaynex You may see one sooner than later ;)
@LarryTheDuck The funny thing is Bus Sim V is still working even after several updates on ScriptHookV and GTA V for me. As long as you have Communnity Scripthook .NET installed it should be no problem.
@StonedBeaver33 Bus Sim V has its own dev resources to make your own bus signage with its bus font.
@Dannybus Yes I do. I just don't know when ;)
@outragedmetro This was posted in README and description :P It still replace the default bus but because of how the model was set up, simply replacing the bus model will not allow changing signage.
If you are installing for other uses:
1. Drag the folder novabus into mods\update\x64\dlcpacks
2. Add the following entry into mods\update\update.rpf\common\data\dlclist.xml