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Simple Native Trainer

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Been using Simple Native Trainer for the longest time, but I have been so busy with side projects I haven't spent time setting up my own game settings. I believe it uses RGB colors, but what's confusing me is there are 4 slots. RGB colors have 3 numbers correct? Can anyone explain how the car color settings work? Looking to have the normal unmarked colors here (iel white, black, tan, dark blue etc). Thanks

[CarColorSlot1] //Color Slot 1 RCTRL+NUM4

c1=## //Color 1

c2=## //Color 2

c3=## //Color 3

c4=## //Color 4

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I believe you're talking about "Car Colors Menu".

And I believe some cars use:

C1- Body paint

C2- Rim color/Secondary car color

C3- Interior color

Is this what you're asking?

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Is that tool use for making skins for cars?

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Is that tool use for making skins for cars?

This is no tool.Especially not for "making" skins/cars.

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The car color section which has 6 car color slots? This is so you can change your car's color in game. If we're talking about the same thing why is there a c4? I'm looking for a place that lists the color values so that I can change the settings.

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Simple Native Trainer is just that a trainer. It allows you everything from selecting vehicles, to peds, weapons, weather, time, car options, etc etc. It's a must for anyone who plays GTA IV.

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If we're talking about the same thing why is there a c4?

Never tested it out,really.Whaddaya wanna achieve?

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All I know is that the color values are from the carcols.dat file. A good explaination of the file (as well as a chart with all the colors and numbers) can be found here.

I don't know if this helps you any though.

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@Dhruv do you know what the 4th value does? I'm assuming that not all vehicles respond to all of the c1-c4 changes?

@gnat326 that's exactly what I needed! +1

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I know all the vehicles do not respond to it.And its kinda obvious for me.Took it for granted :thumbsup:

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