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@Alex106 I can't try the script yet because there is no ScriptHookV atm. Thanks for the script.
@Alex106 Thanks for the script I'll try it. Did you write the script btw?
And is it possible to restore the old selfie animation? The way the character holds the phone:
Also, is it possible to remove the phone's texture during a phone call? In the old-gen version it automatically disappears after a while:
Can you remove these plants from this area? (Suggestion)
@Lumix Designs because some people prefer the old gen version. I think the old-gen version of GTA V looks better, except for the grass.
Is it possible to bring back the old gen explosion effect?
Can't install any of the optionals either. "Fatal error during installation".
@Stryfaar Thanks in advance! I'll gather comparison pictures. The bloom is different in the old gen version. I have tried simply increasing the bloom values but there's one major issue with that: the light-reflections are also increased in this case, which makes the game look washed out and just awful in general. This is what I mean: https://i.imgur.com/OxXi6Ms.jpg --> players' clothes, road textures, car liveries - basically everything's affected by this. This is why increasing bloom does not work. Even if it DID work, there's still a major difference between last gen and next gen bloom: based on my observations, the old gen bloom has a smaller rim: https://i.imgur.com/kl3qDzs.jpg , https://i.imgur.com/B9BmNdP.jpg , https://i.imgur.com/ROTelct.jpg . Another huge difference is that in the next gen version a lot of buildings and distant lights don't emit bloom (they don't glow). I noticed something though: turning down PostFX to "normal" gets rid of bloom completely, and then I applied a "Screen Effect", that way I achieved a very similar "glow", as it is in the old gen version (pic: https://i.imgur.com/BFLvmpP.jpg ) -- problem is, there's more stuff in "Screen Effects" than just bloom. There's vignetting, grain, lens distortion, contrast, you name it. So, it's not a good solution, unfortunately. If there was a way to create new "Screen Effects" (or edit existing ones) and only add bloom to light sources, this could work. I don't think that can be done, though.