Thats here... this IS NOT an important update, is optional
The .ini is same, all functions are same, then you don't need to reinstall the .ini. To you don't lose your current settings you can only install the .cs, open your .ini and put this in the end of file:
;------------ CUSTOM FUNCTIONS ------------; ; You can create your custom functions here. ; ; What you need: ; - A memory address. (a direct address that can be written, like 0x8CDEE4 (or 0x008CDEE4 or 8CDEE4 or $8CDEE4 etc)(not offsets like CVehicle+0xC4, +1069 etc). - You can found some memory addresses, for example, here: http://gtaforums.com/topic/194199-documenting-gta-sa-memory-adresses or here: http://www.gtamodding.com/index.php?title=Memory_Addresses_%28SA%29 (Logically, only some addresses make sense to use). ; - Know how many Bytes have in this address [1 Byte(Byte), 2 Bytes(Word), 4 Bytes(Dword) or Float(numbers like 0.0, 1.0) etc]. If you don't know, you can try to guess, but may cause crashes. ; ; Example: ; "0x8CDEE4 - [dword] Max wanted level" - This address have 4 Bytes(Dword) and is stored a number on it, this number is the max wanted level (the default value, as you know is "6"). ; ; How to add an address: ; - Get your address, as in the example "0x8CDEE4", copy the "8CDEE4", you need to convert from hexadecimal to decimal, for this, use a site or open the Calculator of your Windows: In "View" select "Programmer", in the window, set "Hex" and "Dword" or "Qword"(no matter). ; - Paste the "8CDEE4" and then select "Dec", will show "9232100", click with right mouse button and copy, use this number to the address here. ; ; How add more functions: ; - Below, an example of a function that changes the "Max wanted level" to "5", to add more functions copy everything and do the exact same thing, and change the "" to "", then "" respectively. The limit is 25 functions! (up to ). ; - Remember to remove the ";" of ";" to the function be loaded! ; ; Address = 9232100 ; Memory address (converted to decimal). Size = D ; Number of Bytes to be written. - You can put the number of Bytes or use shortcut letters as: B=1 Byte | W=2 Bytes | D=4 Bytes | F=Float (Remember of Float numbers (0.0, 1.0 etc) have 4 Bytes, but is necessary to use "F" here to say that this is a Float). Value = 5 ; Value to bem written in this address. - Unacceptable strings and if need to use a hexadecimal value, convert before to decimal.