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@prodigalmanifest this definitely sounds like a result of conflicting mods, if you have something that affects pickups in anyway it could cause this, you should reinstall and see if you still have the problem as some of gunplay overhaul's files may have been overwritten. What other mods do you have installed?
@Eyon I haven't changed that value and haven't done anything else to affect AI accuracy or anything like that
@fingersplinter it doesn't, but it does affect pickups so if you have another mod that affects pickups then ammo pickups won't work properly
@fingersplinter yes it does
@basher_hd you can use OpenIV to extract mods/update/update.rpf/common/data/ai/weaponcomponents.meta and edit that through notepad or any other text editor to change magazine size for most weapons. For dlc weapons it will be in its respective dlc file in mods/update/update.rpf/dlc_patch or, for some dlcs, in its dlcpack in mods/update/x64/dlcpacks both following the common/data/ai path
@MvcGyver I have no problem with that, as long as you provide a link to the mod in the video's description
@basher_hd thank you for reporting this, this problem will be fixed with 1.4.1 which should be uploaded soon
@DirtSpray yes, all weapons are affected
@drgreenz just create a copy of your mods folder so that you have a backup. And to install the mod just run the .oiv as you normally would with the "open package installer" option in openIV
@jimfantry I might still do that eventually, but I had some problems with trying to create an uninstaller before so I don't know if I'll be able to get on working properly. Right now, you'll just have to make a backup of your mods folder before installing to be safe.