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  • 9c7e55 cat3 cr2   white

    Hi, if it is too clear for you, there are 3 clarity options if you want the water less clear, or you can tailor your own clarity manually.

    7 days ago
  • 9c7e55 cat3 cr2   white

    Hi, this MOD does NOT have an effect on the clarity of the water when you are submerged. The MOD you need for that is: https://www.gta5-mods.com/misc/new-under-water-experience. Have fun.

    January 26, 2018
  • 9c7e55 cat3 cr2   white

    Excellent, thanks very much.

    September 20, 2017
  • 9c7e55 cat3 cr2   white

    I don't think MVGA touches the water.xml file(the ONLY file changed in THIS mod), so you should be ok.

    August 30, 2017
  • 9c7e55 cat3 cr2   white

    Thanks. Yes I would like a Demo 8 too, but I don't have any 3D modelling experience unfortunately.
    You could try asking these guys if they fancy making a Demo 8, as they seem to have the necessary skills:

    August 21, 2017
  • 9c7e55 cat3 cr2   white

    "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery".
    Glad you liked my Indian Ocean MOD.

    August 18, 2017
  • 9c7e55 cat3 cr2   white

    I've wondered that myself. The weather.xml resides in common.rpf as default, but it can be added to update.rpf also(like a lot of other files). From what I've read, update.rpf has less chance of being over-written when Rockstar release a new update OR if the files are deemed as 'changed/corrupt' and therefore in need of re-downloading, which is more likely to happen to the files in common.rpf. In which case the mods have to be re-applied after the update from Rockstar. This leaves the question: What happens if you have the SAME file in both update.rpf AND common.rpf? Which one takes priority?
    I don't know, but I would recommend having all the changes in ONE file only and putting it in the update.rpf. If anyone wants to correct me then feel free.

    August 06, 2017
  • 9c7e55 cat3 cr2   white

    Yes there is, but you don't change the water.xml file!!!...you have to change the weather.xml file, which is found in mods\common.rpf\data\levels\gta5. You have to change it for each weather type that you want no foam for, but it's really easy.
    Simply scroll down the weather.xml file and find the section named <WeatherTypes>. In there you will find all the weather types i.e. EXTRASUNNY, CLEAR, SMOG etc etc. Then look for the item named "OceanFoamIntensity" within EACH weather type you want to change. Change the value to ZERO ie. 0.000000 for NO foam, or increase it slightly to get the foam amount you are happy with.
    Hope this helps.

    August 05, 2017
  • 9c7e55 cat3 cr2   white

    The low clarity waves are there, they are in the folders named "1. Min (less clear)".
    Versions 1.2 and 1.3 didn't change the waves, they just fixed some errors, and changed the upload file format.
    Vs 1.0 was my original waves, which some said were too big, so I released vs 2.0 with (a) the vanilla wave sizes and (b) my version 1.0 files but made a little smaller. So the only difference between vs 1.0 and vs 2.0 is the wave sizes. You still have the 3 clarity options within both. If you want to make the water even LESS clear, then the instructions are in the "instructions" file in the download. Hope this helps.

    June 10, 2017
  • 9c7e55 cat3 cr2   white

    I don't use Redux, so can't be sure. However, this mod only changes ONE file...the water.xml file, so as long as you back up your existing water.xml file, then I don't see why you can't install the Indian Ocean one after you have installed Redux. If you don't like it then you can simply just restore your existing (backed up) water.xml file manually, as you would most other mods.

    June 09, 2017