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Best Answer flash76, A week ago

Hello
 
1 Go to : **\Prog**\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto IV (Photorealistic Snowfalls installed)\pc\data
2 Make a back up of timecyc.dat
3 Open timecyc.dat with notepad and select all the lines below " ////////// RAIN " to the space up to " ////////// DRIZZLE ". Then, copy.
4 Select all the lines below " ////////// EXTRASUNNY " to the space up to "////////// SUNNY", and past. You will replace all datas from the "extra sunny" weather by the datas from the "rain" weather.
5 Then, you can do the same manipulation for "Sunny" weather.
 
You should have snow all the time.
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Posted 03 December 2016 - 04:48 PM

Hey

 

I want to change weather order in the game, originally: it goes like 

 

0 Extra Sunny
1 Sunny
2 Sunny Windy
3 Cloudy
4 Raining
5 Drizzle
6 Foggy
7 Lightning
8 Extra Sunny2
 
So what I wanna do is change Extra Sunny or Sunny with Raining, the idea behind this is that I'm using a snow mod and I want it to snow all the time, there is a multiplayer mod I play named IV:MP and the server's fixed general weather is Extra Sunny or Sunny.
 
So I wanna change these to Rain and Drizzle and enjoy the snowing :)
 
Now could anyone help me how to do that? Can I just change some files and make it happen?
 

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Posted 05 December 2016 - 07:12 AM

Use the 'Freeze Weather' Function in SNT.


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Posted 05 December 2016 - 02:02 PM

Simple Native Trainer is NOT an option.

 

I'm playing in multiplayer mod which doesnt allow asi loaders to work.So no trainers.

 

I wanna launch the game and see it raining as default, you see?

 

So I need help how to change weather files or how to make this happen..Anyone?


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Posted 08 December 2016 - 04:54 PM

Anyone?  :panic:


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Posted A week ago   Best Answer

Hello
 
1 Go to : **\Prog**\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto IV (Photorealistic Snowfalls installed)\pc\data
2 Make a back up of timecyc.dat
3 Open timecyc.dat with notepad and select all the lines below " ////////// RAIN " to the space up to " ////////// DRIZZLE ". Then, copy.
4 Select all the lines below " ////////// EXTRASUNNY " to the space up to "////////// SUNNY", and past. You will replace all datas from the "extra sunny" weather by the datas from the "rain" weather.
5 Then, you can do the same manipulation for "Sunny" weather.
 
You should have snow all the time.

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Posted A week ago

 

Hello
 
1 Go to : **\Prog**\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto IV (Photorealistic Snowfalls installed)\pc\data
2 Make a back up of timecyc.dat
3 Open timecyc.dat with notepad and select all the lines below " ////////// RAIN " to the space up to " ////////// DRIZZLE ". Then, copy.
4 Select all the lines below " ////////// EXTRASUNNY " to the space up to "////////// SUNNY", and past. You will replace all datas from the "extra sunny" weather by the datas from the "rain" weather.
5 Then, you can do the same manipulation for "Sunny" weather.
 
You should have snow all the time.

 

 

 

YESSS!! Thank you so much, this is exactly what I needed and after a year I got the answer from you fine sir :santa: Cheers to you!





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