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@NotDeath This mod doesn't alter any GTA 5 files, it's a script mod. Might be compatible, might not be, haven't tested it.
@NotDeath Should be compatible with them all! Though some features will be incompatible, hence why I recommend you press F9 when in-game and configure the mod to your liking.
@nooTy- Thanks for the positive feedback, for the recognition system: Please use Evolved Police Responses instead as it is a continuation of the Recognition System script! There the bug is fixed!
@Superbos88 Please do not use the recognition system, use Evolved Police Responses instead! It's also a mod made by me and it is an updated version of the 'recognition system' script. It addresses that bug as well.
F.Y.I: This mod will be updated in about 1-2 weeks with a minor patch update (0.14.1) to fix a crashing issue.
@KoolzBruh242 It might be due to incompatibilities, though I think you might be confusing this mod with my other mod. (Evolved Police Response) As that mod has a known bug with the police patrols causing officers to drive around in circles for some reason. Please make sure you are talking about this mod.
@KoolzBruh242 You probably didn't install the mod correctly as it should be compatible, though there does seem to be some issues with certain better chases modules. I'd recommend using my other mod (Evolved Police Response) which adds in certain features from better chases and it's completely compatible with IP&R.
@TheDivineHustle Should be, tested it myself and never experienced any major issues. Feel free to let me know if you experience any issues!
@hr75 Replace popgroups.ymt back with the vanilla file, I've been hearing its a compatibility issue that there's just more cops than civilians somehow.
@x_nog Possibly due to incompatibilities. All mods that also modify police behaviour or AI behaviour in general may cause issues and possibly crashes. It could also be because you are on an outdated version of GTA 5.
@FL1K4 To uninstall it, you'll have to manually replace the modded files with the vanilla version. There's a manual installation provided, in that folder you can see all the files that the mod replaced, you just replace them back with the vanilla one. (Copy it from the original .rpf files and paste it in the modded ones)
@sneaks45 Just read your comment, saw you had a crashing issue. This should normally not happen unless you are using different police mods that replace the same game files. Make sure you don't have any incompatibilities.
@Marius0402 Thanks for the positive feedback! Feel free to let me know if you have any suggestions or additional feedback!
@MeowX It depends on where you installed it. Whenever you make usage of OpenIV it asks you if you want to replace original game files or place it in your mods folder. If you chose the mods folder, then it should be installed in there.
@Darkiesty It should be compatible with Cops back on the beat. Though I'm not entirely sure of pull me over.
@NikitaKArnd F9 is used to open the EPR Menu. (Basically where you can configure the mod and change it's settings) If it does not pop up, please ensure that you have all the requirements / dependencies and that the mod installed correctly and is inside of your scripts folder.