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PArescueEMT

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  1. the only way to do that is what 1NickBrick said... you need to open the .dff, UV map, unwrap, then paint it whatever color you want it.
  2. PArescueEMT

    geeeee1

    @Ray you would know... Lol @Trump releasing that skin/ped???
  3. I didn't give them a cut... They didn't realize the assistance they gave.
  4. I played other servers, but I did play FC:RP and was running Austins gang behind his back while targeting Geordie Taylor's Marshals Car with my vehicle theft ring with the help of BCFD
  5. I pre-date GPM owned SA:MP servers. I bailed before the P:LA rollout, but did have my hands in a couple of the original "official" mods for it.
  6. Most models I have and have released are unlocked models. The error you mentioned is one I have seen on occasion when trying to convert a model from 3Ds to Zmod. I agree with the above about trying to find 3DsMax 2010 or 2011. I still have my KamsMaxScript to do the conversions if you need it.
  7. Haven't DLd yet, but is there an included template by chance?
  8. City: SF in the Easter Basin area County: Flint County in the Blueberry area Oh, and @Ray, LV sucks... XD
  9. i have to get you the workaround on the .txd hack, but I can say that with the way that looks, there are a few small things I would suggest. Feel free to hit me by DM, PM or here if you are interested. I only do Texture modding now FYI so adding the LB is not something I can do for you.
  10. shift+left click on the color you want highlighted, ctrl+x to cut it, switch to new layer, ctrl+v to paste on that layer. That will give you the template
  11. ELM is not compatible with motorcycles. Many have tried to map motorcycle mods, but there was never any success.
  12. I still have Dev parts too, I just don't have 3ds Max anymore and I used 2010 with KAMS Max Script, but I do know people who used 2011 and 2012 for SA modding
  13. As I said, Start simple. Start doing Skins. move on from there. Don't let things intimidate you. Face it head on.
  14. I will return later tonight to help you @Lost_Soul
  15. if you are going to build a scratch built ambulance, I would start with the model, then move on to adding dummies. Once that is done, you need to assign materials and UV Map your model. After all that is done, you have only created you .dff... This is the point to move on to your .txd Do you have a program that will allow you to vies the .txd file or no?
  16. I have seen the Vision SLR in person. It is an extremely impressive bar when it comes to brightness. The features it has are impressive as well. It was one of the first multi color LED bars released, it is also the ONLY Rotating lightbar on the market now. FS did a great job coming up with the flash patterns for it to include a rotating version of a traffic adviser in amber from the bar that is highly effective. When it comes to the cost... yes. It is highly expensive. Yet if you consider the amount of tech that was put into it, I can understand the price.
  17. the expensive but epic Federal Signal Vision SLR
  18. I want to know how many North American style engines they have. I have seen videos with a Pierce as well
  19. My old station. Was Safety Officer and Battalion Chief here.
  20. Welcome Back to GPM @Vincekaufman!!! glad to see you here.
  21. Don't feel bad, I still am not changing you over from 1NickBrick... you were that for way too long while I was still active... LOL
  22. @ThatOneIowanI have always been PArescueEMT LOL @Lost_Soulget in touch with your scripter. Sirens can be added to any vehicle by way of script and vehicle id
  23. @Lost_Soulif you can get the owner to come over and apply as a community affiliate, that is allowed, but not in here.

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