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Voice Menu 2.0.0.0

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Voice Menu

This plugin allows you to choose your character's voice from a menu that gets its data from an editable XML file. That's it.

 

Originally made for use with EUP it soon became obsolete with the release of EUP Menu.
Now with LSPDFR 0.4 including most of EUP Menu's functionality, it has some purpose again, as there's (apparently) no way to change your character's voice from the standard cop voice.

 

So for those of you who like using the MP Characters and want to hear the occasional "Inbred Dickwad!" when performing traffic stops, I bring you a new and improved version of this little plugin.
Enjoy!

 

To install, just drag and drop the contents of the zip archive into your GTA directory. In the game, press LCtrl+V to open the menu (can be changed in the INI file).

 

Help! The audio played when I arrest someone is still the standard LSPD voice!

I'm sorry but I don't know why LSPDFR doesn't use the character's voice for that particular line and instead seems to play a random line from a predefined selection of lines in the standard character voice.
In any case, that is something I can't do anything about and that will hopefully be changed in an upcoming LSPDFR update.


 


What's New in Version 2.0.0.0

Released

  • Recompiled with latest RPH and RageNativeUI versions
  • Changed structure of XML file
  • Changed structure of menus
  • Includes latest RageNativeUI version
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alexguirre - RAGENativeUI



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" The only thing that could be done so far was to choose your character before going on duty and then forcing the duty state through the console "

Wrong.

Here's what I do:

I go on duty, choose default character. After loading stuff I apply custom skin via Skin Control. Gender must be the same, so if you want to play as custom female, then choose one of the default female skins. After applying I have no voice, right? Then I go into Garage, grab my vehicle and *DING* my character have the voice of that character, which was chosen at the begginning.

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1 hour ago, Wippy said:

" The only thing that could be done so far was to choose your character before going on duty and then forcing the duty state through the console "

Wrong.

Here's what I do:

I go on duty, choose default character. After loading stuff I apply custom skin via Skin Control. Gender must be the same, so if you want to play as custom female, then choose one of the default female skins. After applying I have no voice, right? Then I go into Garage, grab my vehicle and *DING* my character have the voice of that character, which was chosen at the begginning.

Okay, I didn't know about this!

But hey, now you have an easier way of doing this (at the expense of a keybind which I know are rare when playing with a modded LSPDFR).
It's on you to decide what you're gonna do!

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19 minutes ago, WR'eck3d said:

Okay, I didn't know about this!

But hey, now you have an easier way of doing this (at the expense of a keybind which I know are rare when playing with a modded LSPDFR).
It's on you to decide what you're gonna do!

Yep, I don't underestimate the importance of this mod:smile:

I just want to tell about my experience. Many people say that they have problems with EUP, such as going on duty and no voice-acting. They don't know some nasty tricks :)

Then, I always go into garage after going on duty, so it's not a big deal for me.

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Well I've always wondered why my character was sometimes mute. I usually just ended up dealing with it. I just downloaded this mod and can't wait to get in game and try it out. 

Review to come shortly and if it works like the description that's a load. 

-Ron

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The plugin crashes my LSPDFR randomly at callouts or something.

And without the plugin LSPDFR works fine without any crashes.

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