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We have been told to get in contact with the developers to implement UG features into DYOM.

 

Would this be possible? 

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8 hours ago, atazs said:

We have been told to get in contact with the developers to implement UG features into DYOM.

 

Would this be possible? 

I'm glad that you're interested. However, as of now, DYOM doesn't support added ped and car models, only replaced models. Hence it is technically possible to run DYOM on GTA Underground except that you would have to make do without the added models. And besides DYOM on Underground is prone to crash issues.

 

Our developers are currently inactive and only respond to site hackings, etc. It is highly unlikely that they will return to update DYOM for this purpose, or any for that matter. I'm glad about your interest but unfortunately this doesn't look possible.

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9 hours ago, atazs said:

We have been told to get in contact with the developers to implement UG features into DYOM.

 

Would this be possible? 

Hi,

 

This is kind of impossible to acknowledge or to consider this a 'fact' that developers are ever going to come back to work on some unfinished stuff or to update the modificaiton. Talking about the compatibility with UG, there's always been something to accept that DYOM still hold the potential to  be executed with any utter conversion modification (of course, I mean map mod since it is a MPACK). As DYOM doesn't support any custom feature so it is impossible to interact with new vehicles, peds, objects & weapons of UG but I do believe that SIZZ's addon can do such thing as it supports custom numbering of objects (which means any new object with valid ID can be built). Direct yourself here to know more about addon. Although, I didn't try this trick but I do believe that it might work as addon supports custom ID of objects.

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@Springfield SIZZZ's addon actually implements the new objects as effects, therefore those new objects cannot be animated to move. Fantastic addon nevertheless. I don't think it could solve the Underground compatibility issue though.

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Huzaifa khan

The simple answer is YES! You can create mission in GTA Underground, but you can't add peds and cars of the game. Only San Andreas peds and cars allowed. Due to the restricted script of DYOM.

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In Gta Underground Mod I Tried To Create But it Crash When I Select Design Your Own Mission

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On 4/27/2020 at 8:30 AM, RithRake24 said:

I'm glad that you're interested. However, as of now, DYOM doesn't support added ped and car models, only replaced models. Hence it is technically possible to run DYOM on GTA Underground except that you would have to make do without the added models. And besides DYOM on Underground is prone to crash issues.

 

Our developers are currently inactive and only respond to site hackings, etc. It is highly unlikely that they will return to update DYOM for this purpose, or any for that matter. I'm glad about your interest but unfortunately this doesn't look possible.

Then perhaps DYOM could be open sourced so that other developers can improve upon it?

 

It has been a very long time since it's inception, and many things have happened in the modding community (fastman limit adjuster, etc....) since then that improves functionality and adds more possibility to the game. 

 

 

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