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@warpmods As long as FiveM does not change the single player folders (which it doesn't), you can use it together with this program. Since this one is just there to install the add on mods from this website, which are only intended for single player, obviously.
@scorpionanime I never worked with zm3, so i'm afraid i won't be able to help you
@Ryze Ok, there should not be problems with that ... do you use the mods folder, or the default dlc folder?
@SancrisWolf Well, I use Kaspersky and it detected OpenIV as a virus once, Anti Virus programs are not perfect...
But I think, that windows defender does not like UPX, which i use to compress the .exe
@Ryze Well, the code generating the dlclist is pretty much the same in v1.1.0 and 1.2.1. So the issue must be with the game path, i think.
Do you have all options enabled in the config menu?
You could also try to uninstall the program, download it and do the setup again.
And please tell me the path of your GTA5.exe.
@Z y e L This program does not download or add DLC's to the game. It can just install any DLC mod, that you download from this site automatically. Please read the description for more detail.
@Ryze I see... Are you using version v1.2.1? Because this was a bug, that used to happen with v1.2.0.
@SancrisWolf It is save to download, because the 3 indicates the number of anti-virus engines, who have found a virus (3/61, which is a very save good score, considering i did not sign the program).
Not the "amount" of viruses.
And yes, Windows defender is very well known for "detecting" a lot of false positives.
@ZyReXxLT Could you describe the problem a bit further? If some addon's are not loaded just install another one. That should generate the dlclist again. Or use v1.1.0
@vendetta1969 Sorry for the late answer.
It will give you 10 folders + 10 lines in your dlclist. Having only 1 line for multiple mods is only possible, if you merge them, which can't really be done automatic.