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@john3213 Are you sure? The first version of this, which i only used privately also generated extratitleupdatedata.meta . But for me it always worked without it.
I could add it in a future update tho, maybe 1.3.0, if you want :)
@BrianQ42 Sure! With v1.2.0 the installation of dlc mods will be much easier tho. I will release it in the next few days :)
@VentoGent_ZA Whenever you start it. It does not monitor the DLC folder or similar. The list has to be installed as .oiv, since i don't know how to edit the update.rpf archive without Open IV.
@VentoGent_ZA lol, who knows... anyways, thank you for your vote :)
@GL4M0URG1RL Ok, to help you there please try to open this test archive (the unmodded dlclost)
and tell me what happens :)
@BrianQ42 Pretty simple.
You download an Addon vehicle mod and create a folder inside your \Grand Theft Auto V\(mods\)update\x64\dlcpacks folder.
Then you drag the .rpf archive (in the Addon mod included) into the new folder and start Auto DLC. After the one time setup the Open VI package install window appears and you can install the dlclist.
Please ask, if you still have questions :)
@GL4M0URG1RL What exactly does not work? Normally you just start the program and the .oiv package install window appears.
@Quakex64 As i said, to save time and to have a clean dlclist.
You don't have to use it if you think it is faster replacing it by hand. I created this program, because I was using a similar one (which a lot of people use despite less features) and wanted to improve it.
I don't mind anyone criticizing my work, if the person has a reasonable point.
@NGame Glad to hear that :)
@Cass Alright, first of all the other mod you mean is similar, but not the same. It actually requires input of the root folder every time and it also doesn't install it with a .oiv package.
And of course there is a use for a program like this. Maybe not for you, but for people who install a lot of DLC mods and want to have a clean dlclist it can be really helpful.
Also inexperienced players can install DLC mods without knowing how to work with Open IV.
And the program is free, works as described and does exactly what I advertise it to do.
I honestly don't see your reason to dislike it that much.