Posts by Pacific Pig

    I've never had issues making a bobble/wobble antenna work here are my personal workflow steps.
    1. Import antenna and move into place
    2. Break off the Antenna on all LODs from the base
    3. Center the axis to the now lone antenna LODS
    4. Using the Move Tool in Axis only mode drag the axis to the bottom of the antenna.
    5. Copy the L0 anntena and convert it into a Dummy, rename it to the bobble/wobble name of your choice.
    6. Now turn off all LODs at the top right and compound the Dummy, Double click the dummy and begin turning on the LODs and place the matching antenna LOD into the Antenna Dummy.
    7. Once done with all LODs click the little lock next to the dummy name to ensure nothing else get sent to its compound. Done.

    Thank you for your reply, but now there is a new problem. After I set all the settings and create the COL, the drawer will automatically open and pass through the trunk when I drive the car. If I do not create the COL drawer, it will not open


    These are problem pictures

    1. To stop it from sliding all the way out you need to set the dummies properties to make it slide less.

    2. Unless the drawer is set to a door on your car it will just slide around like a door that isn't latched. Most people set drawers to "cargodoor", this will make the drawer open automaticly when the trunk is opened.

    Nice work, but can you name one department that uses it? I swear on everything I've never seen this before

    The Kansas State Highway Patrol Turnpike Authority used it, I've also seen quite a few small town Ohio departments with them I'm pretty sure or at least something extreamly similar. Was also used by some other simple services that had CVPI's like Roadside Assistance cars and Taxi's.


    Always cool to see more quality obscure dev parts, very nice.

    You can create your own custom layout as I did it for a tahoe once to allow people to sit in the open tailgate SWAT style but there are a few things that seem to mess up at times as I don't know what all the exact codes mean. If you want to make a van have more simple seating then I'd just find and copy the layout name from a Bus and paste it as the layout for your car. just make sure you have the proper amount of dummies for the seats and they are named properly. For the dummies and names just import a Bus into Zmod and copy its way of naming for its seats.

    Using a bus may have issues with doors possibly but I've never tried it so that's the best I can think of without the trial and error of learning how to make a Layout.

    If you can tell the texture itself is changing then that usually means you are missing that texture in your .ytd or the texture in the .ytd doesn't match the same name in Zmod3. If something has no texture gta will start pulling random textures of things around you/your camera which may be what your seeing in your clip but the clip is a bit hard to tell exactly what is happening, however if it missing or named improperly compared to Zmod3 this would explain why it changes when cars go by as gta may be trying to pull textures from the passing vehicle.