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EFLC ELS V6 visualSettings.dat

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I just started using ELS vehicles for EFLC and everything works right but I wanted to make the lights brighter. Since ELS V6 includes a custom visualSettings.dat, on the original game, all I had to do is navigate to " C:\Program Files (x86)\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto IV\common\data " and replace the file and the lights are bright. But when I navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Rockstar Games\EFLC\common\data and replace the file, the lights are still dim. Can someone please assist me in getting emergency vehicle lights brighter for EFLC? Thank you in advance.

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EFLCTBOGTCommondata or EFLCTLADCommonData should do the trick

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EFLCTBOGTCommondata or EFLCTLADCommonData should do the trick

Unfortunately, that did not seem to work. Any more advice? Thanks in advance.

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Up your brightness and contrast in the display settings..

Simple alternative if you can't sort out the file issue

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Thank you both for your help. I fixed the problem by editing the " timecyc.dat " file.

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Thank you both for your help. I fixed the problem by editing the " timecyc.dat " file.

can i ask as to what you changed because i have the same problem

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