|QUOTE (iriedreadlock23 @ Dec 16 2010, 21:08)|
|In my opinion, it's always better to use Native functions if you know how to use them. If that works, create your own implementation class for blips using Natives. It's straightforward solution, its GTA4 native language, after all. There is a lots of function to use, even though many are still not documented well. We can't expect HazardX to do it all 100% by himself. But thanks to his migthty ScripHookDotNet, and Native class, everything is very easy.|
It's all native. ScriptHook is just a wrapper.
It's simply a bug with the implementation of the new NonExistingObjectException in the new version.
If I wanted to use natives for everything, I would have just used the C++ hook.