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    kilroy95 reacted to Twurtleee in TurtleGod3000's DEV Parts WIP   
    Partition pack I've finished and plan on releasing today or tomorrow once textured

    Also just released the other Valor that's been on my pc forever and I forgot about it being finished
    Also working on a new Silverado, a pushbar pack for various vehicles, and some other goodies to be released here soon
    Silverado is in the crunching process, when I get further in I will release some pictures of everything
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    kilroy95 reacted to Niedosik in Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush has died at the age of 94.   
    Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush has died at the age of 94, his son George W Bush has announced.
    George Bush Sr passed away at 22:10 local time on Friday (04:10 GMT Saturday), a family spokesperson said.
    He served as the 41st US president between 1989 and 1993, his term defined by the end of the Cold War and the first Iraq war against Saddam Hussein.

    Bush's health had been failing in recent years but he still managed to make public appearances.
    In April, he was admitted to hospital with a blood infection but had since been discharged.
    President Bush died seven months after his wife, Barbara.
    Original article: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-46410225
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    kilroy95 reacted to XBR410 in In respone to StraightGlitchez   
    This argument you guys are having, is fairly irrelevant and it's a pretty good definition of Two pots calling each other a black kettle. if you guys are really disappointed with how things turned out, I've already heard apologies from you both but its time for action. time is the only thing that will heal these issues, there have been people in the past who were considered at one time the worst in the community and have since become reputable, Georgiemoon comes to mind to me immediately. If you guys want to be Developers and make vehicles, that's fine but make some original work, I've seen some evidence of Husky attempting to do this, Even though at first he absolutely released vehicles On this very website, with parts stolen from my vehicles.. still its not about the past, its about right now. and right now, we're in the wake of a very stressful very dramatic week. we just need to relax, and get the hell over it. and discourage the kids who are continuing the leaking and the drama. It's just absolutely out of hand. 
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    kilroy95 reacted to Sam in In respone to StraightGlitchez   
    As Gio said, we are trying to exercise discretion here and don't want to have to get involved.  All we ask is for civility.
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    kilroy95 reacted to XBR410 in In respone to StraightGlitchez   
    I was in the middle of writing a reply that I feel was very civil, when it was closed (RIP ME) but I think some things need to be said, (Don't have a heart attack staff)
    My Reply.
    Straight... I'm of the opinion that the only Reputation you have damaged in this whole ordeal is your own.
    Being a developer who you've directly attacked with your friends for absolutely zero reason at all 
    (I've never met you before I was told that you were passing off my work as your own saying you "Recreated it".
    In fact I still have never really met you and frankly I don't care to after all this drama) 
    If your apology is sincere I will accept it. But I'm going to wait and see if your actions speak louder than your words here
    and hope that you either truly change your ways or distance yourself from the bad influences around you.  (Looking at you Recluse, and you too Husky, even still)
    And for the record, to everyone that reads this people have said that LCPDFR has been dying since 2014.. It never really happens... 
    I'm sure anyone who's been here awhile may remember LCPD-MODS eh? maybe not since there's a ton of new people around here these days 
    but People have always looked for something to hate around here, and most of the time this website gets the brunt of it. If you all want the Community to grow, 
    there's a very easy way to do it, Be nice to people, Teach people if they don't know something. Treat staff with some respect if you want respect back, 
    because at the end of the day when crap hits the fan, they're the ones you're going to need, and also if you feel the community team here isn't doing a good job, ever thought about applying? or at least ask if they need a little help before bashing them? . If you're a "Developer" challenge yourself to learn new things and be Original, 
    as opposed to the totally unoriginal and immature act of stealing/leaking other peoples work, with zero respect for it or the person that worked on them,
     even in some cases as mentioned before passing it off as your own.  
    There's my two cents for free kid, if you really want to change your ways then that's fantastic. 
    but you're going to need to show it before a lot of people who know the whole story believe it. 
    (To Everyone) This community and the mod itself, have brought a lot of good times, to a lot of good people over the years
    and I'm disappointed to see how toxic the community has gotten, this isn't LSPDFR's fault. It's our fault.
    If you think that this is LSPDFR's fault, In my opinion, you're part of the problem
    Sincerely, XBR410
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    kilroy95 reacted to Sam in Our Community - What we stand for & How to get involved   
    With all the talk about LSPDFR 0.4, it's been a little while since we've provided a general update on our community.  Of course, LSPDFR 0.4 is our main priority at the moment and we'll have more to say about it shortly, but we thought it important to also address and announce a couple of things regarding our community.
    What our Community stands for
    Before anything else, I'd like to take a moment to reflect on who we are, as people that run this website, and as a community.
    LCPDFR was founded, back in 2009, simply because I thought it'd be a fun thing to do.  To play as the police in GTA IV.  It was an idea, ambitious for its time, and nothing more.  I worked on LCPDFR because it was fun, I published it because I thought others might also enjoy it.  LCPDFR has come a long way since then, it has evolved from one person's topic on a forum, to its own website, to its own forum, to its own community.  We've spanned two games, our reach has grown massively, our community is approaching 300,000 registered members.  The amount of work that goes into developing LSPDFR alone is staggering - the time that we've spent on it is measured not in days, weeks or months, but years.  Likewise, the effort required to keep our website online is vastly underestimated - in the past month we've served around 30 terabytes of download traffic alone, and have done all of this despite persistent, targeted denial of service and hacking attacks against us.  To put this in context, if you were to serve 30 terabytes of data through Amazon Web Services, it'd cost you $3,000 a month - and that's just one month of download traffic. 
    Why do we do this?  Because it's fun.  We love developing our community, we love developing our mod, and we love that other people - complete strangers, from all over the world, from countries you've probably never heard of, from all walks of life... we love that they love LSPDFR.  Our community has achieved incredible things: we've created an entire gaming phenomenon and we've developed things that nobody ever thought would be possible.  Our members have done more than simply play games or make mods: we've fought hand-in-hand against corporate giants (and won), we've transformed peoples' entire lives by sparking new careers and we've been covered everywhere from massive YouTube channels to mainstream media publications.  Heck, we've even triggered out of touch government ministers in Australia.
    That's not the whole story, though.  Sometimes we are the story.  Sometimes we make mistakes.  We've had catastrophes, like the time where we had a hyped countdown on the website only to reveal a private testing version of LCPDFR that nobody could access.   Our first ever livestream had to be rescued by Steve and Jeff after it started with Prophet driving a train around Los Santos and infamously stating "this is not the preview for LSPDFR 0.3" while our community manager could do nothing but watch helplessly after being accidentally disconnected.  We've messed up releases, we've announced things too quickly, and sometimes we've not announced things at all.   
    Yet, despite all of this.  Nine years later, we're still here.  We're still making mods, we're still developing this community, and we've stuck true to our principles the entire time:
    Our community is open to all. We treat members equally regardless of their status. Everything is completely free of charge, with no catches.  
    Why?  It's not about fame, it's not about money, it's not about status.  It's about love.  We love LCPDFR, we love LSPDFR, and we love our community.  We don't think that modding should be hidden in private Discord servers.  We don't think that modding should be something people pay for.  We don't think that modding should be an ego boost.
    We just think that modding should be fun.  It should be open, and it should be free.  That's what we stand for, and that's what we do.
    How you can get involved
    Last year, we opened up applications to join our Community Team for the first time.  This resulted in a couple of new faces joining our moderation team and upon reflection, we think it's a good change in approach from previously handpicking staff members ourselves.  We've decided to open these applications again, and would invite anyone who is interested in volunteering some of their free time to moderating our community to apply by following the link below.  Our volunteer Community Moderators are a vital part of everything that we do, and it wouldn't be possible to maintain the community without them.
    To find out more and to submit an application, please visit: http://lcpd.fr/staffapp
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    kilroy95 reacted to Sam in Leaving for a While   
    I appreciate you taking the time to write up a lengthy post like this and I think it's healthy for people to be able to express and share their concerns.  With that being said, it looks like some of your criticism is directed towards us as it relates to staff and development.  I'd be happy to provide a response to this if that's what you're looking for.  Otherwise, I can only hope that you'll understand it simply isn't possible for us to police every single thing that happens both on our website and especially on other communities and Discord servers.  In fact, doing so would likely just make things worse as our judgement isn't going to be 100% all of the time, and it's important to keep things as open as possible.
    I feel like the points you raise about some people being rude, disrespectful and overly dramatic are perfectly valid, but I strongly believe that this isn't something which is specific to LSPDFR, and can be seen throughout the entirety of the GTA community (especially in multiplayer communities), and indeed throughout the rest of the internet too (especially given the rise of Discord).  I understand if you feel like we should do more to counter this, perhaps through more aggressive moderation, but as I noted above I don't think this is the solution and I suppose you might also agree considering your concerns about the staff too.
    In any event, I don't want to hijack your topic, although I thought it important to convey those two points of my own.  If this is something that you'd like to discuss further then my message box is always open, or if you'd rather keep things public I'd be happy to respond here as well.  Otherwise, it's sad to see you go and I can only join the others who've posted here in wishing you the best and hoping that you'll come back one day.
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    kilroy95 reacted to LibertyDesigns in Leaving for a While   
    LSPDFR Community and Whomever it may Concern,
    I've been around this site for a hot minute. I like to think I generally know what I'm doing when it comes to skin designing, among other things that have to do with GTA modding. In my time here, I've released exactly 81 files in just over a year of membership. That's more than most members here. I'm not saying I'm better, more qualified, or more talented than anyone else here, but I will say I have worked very hard to bring this community quality work the entire time I've been here. As of November 7th, 2018, the entirety of my file library will no longer be available on LCPDFR.
    Why I'm no longer sharing my files here:
    Rude & disrespectful members: 
    Since starting this adventure about a year ago, I've met quite a few great people. Helpful people who give constructive feedback on my work. I've also come across people who have no regard for my intense effort to make high quality work. I've had people rip my designs, screenshots and abuse the LCPDFR review system because they didn't like my response to their rude comments, reviews, etc. For example, humans are not perfect, we all miss a few errors. If one of my screenshots has a bit too much saturation, I probably missed it, there's no need to leave a one star paragraph long essay on how much that one picture sucks. Then when I reply with something you don't like, you go and one star all of my other files, which is real mature. This is why we all can't get along, and it's annoying because if we could just learn to give constructive feedback, this wouldn't be an issue.
    Staff have treated members poorly:
    In the instance I heard about, a modeler I know of was treated unreasonably poorly by a member of the LCPDFR staff. I'm not here to stir more stuff up, but come on! I'm not getting into the specifics, because that's between the member and staff, but what I will say, being on the staff of a pretty large website, you should hold yourself to a higher standard. Don't curse people out because they let you know about something of concern on the site, instead, look at it in a professional manner - and deal with it in a professional manner. This isn't all of the staff, by the way. I have had many positive encounters with site staff, and they are great people!
    Lack of substantial new things:
    Yes, I understand that 0.4 is in development, near release and all. That being said, we've had the same general call-outs, scripts and such for a pretty extended amount of time. 0.3 brought many new and exiting things to this community when it was released in July 2016. Since then, we've seen the same tactics, maneuvers, and bugs over and over again. From the players' side, this should be understandable - as we all want new things to put in our game. From the developers' side, the prolonged wait is also understandable, adding many new things to the update that look like big mechanical changes. Adding ambient crimes, additional player/ped customization, menu options, etc. While this is all very cool, I personally don't think it takes 2 years to develop this. I've seen mods like "Stop The Ped" and "Interaction +" come out and be updated in a much shorter amount of time, and those plugins are considerably similar to the previewed content of the LSPDFR 0.4 release. I also understand the developers are making this in their own time, with little to no financial support. I know I'm not the only member who feels this way about the updates, or lack thereof.
    Stolen & misused content:
    I'm a pretty generous person. I don't charge you for me to design a skin going to a public release or to help develop something to better the community. But, when I'm generous enough to make you textures or something of the sort, I expect you to ask me before modifying the file I made you, I also expect credit for my work as well. I've had multiple occasions on this site where I make something for someone else, and they have either posted it without my permission, modified it without my permission, or sold it without my permission. Yeah, yeah - the site admin doesn't condone any form of financial transactions.... All I'm saying is, it's really not that hard to ask to do something with my work. Most of the time I'll let you post it, modify it, whatever, I just want to know you're doing so. But, when you don't credit me, and ignore my requests for credit for my own work - it makes me pretty angry.  
    Members are just ugly to each other:
    I've been involved in, seen and heard of so much "drama" within this community. Why? We all literally make stuff for a $60 video game. What happens is one person gets too confident about their work, then other people get upset with that person, and arguments arise. It happens in intervals, too. It's a different set of people every time. When this happens, people just leave because they get fed up with this crap. It's like a country's revolution. In this case, it keeps happening over and over again. I'm sure i'm not the first one to point these problems out, but seriously, we all need to see that we have a common goal, and drop all of the pre-existing grudges - AND WORK TOGETHER!
    Finishing, I'm really not going after anybody, I don't want to start any drama. I wrote this and cleared my files because I want to see some positive change here. We're all getting tired of this toxic crap, and quite frankly, I don't think I'll be the only one to leave because of this. I think we would all like to see an improvement in how we treat each other. I'll be honest, there have been a few instances where I was somewhat rude to other members, but from those instances, I learned that it's only counter-productive to act that way. This will 110% be mis-understood, but just to be safe and repeat myself for the third time - I'm not targeting any single person in this post, I'm making this post because I want people to realize we need a positive change here, and hopefully this will help make people realize that.
    Closing: Thank you to all the people who helped me get where I am today. I'm not going offline, I'm just leaving this site. I'll still be on Discord and such. Again, thanks to the following people for their support, kind words and such, it doesn't go unnoticed.
    If you want to join my Discord, PM me since it's against guidelines to post it here. My Discord username is T. Jennings#1056
    T. Jennings
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    kilroy95 reacted to c13 in Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh   
    Implying that because something doesn't work 100% of the time it's not worth doing.
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    kilroy95 reacted to c13 in Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh   
    So what happens every time someone shoots people? More people show up with guns to arrest/kill that person. Wouldn't it improve the chances of survival if there is already someone with a gun prestaged?
    Additionally, knowing that there is armed security is often a deterrent. James Holmes had multiple theaters with larger seating capacity closer to his apartment, but they were not gun free zones.
    BTW, I find it funny that you're complaining about racism and making fun of someone for being "orange" in the same post.
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    kilroy95 reacted to J T in Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh   
    i find it funny this website promotes free and open discussions yet if a post doesnt agree with your distorted world views they get deleted and i wasnt rude and dont put words into my mouth, gio is the one being rude and making up conspiracy theories and attempting to start a flame war with his baseless rant, i was just pointing out how the media never reports on the real issues, only ones that fit there agenda of gun control which seems to be working in this case as this topic got created right after it happened, playing people like a violin, as for contributing, if people are armed like they are in texas then these sort of things wouldnt happen, they certainly dont happen nearly as often in that state compared to strict gun law states like ct, ny,chicago,cali, ny just to name a few and these events are getting so predictable always in a gun free zone and always being hyped up to influence peoples opinion......if i live in a state like texas with loose gun laws then i feel safe, if i live in a state such illinois and the city of chicago with strict gun laws and high murder rate i dont feel safe.....do you understand now?
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    kilroy95 reacted to c13 in Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh   
    Statistically speaking, a vast majority of mass shooters, attempted or successful ones, give up or kill themselves upon being confronted by someone with a gun. At the absolute worst case scenario once a good guy with a gun enters the picture, the focus is taken away from taking out defenseless people and engaging the other armed party.
    Obviously it's not realistic to put officers at every religious institution, and many won't have the funding for armed guards, but it is realistic that there are many people who have concealed carry permits who would be willing to act in such an event, should the location not be a gun free zone.
    Mass shootings are also fairly rare comparatively. While such events are much more common in the United States than other developed nations, you would still be more likely to win the lottery and be struck by lightning in your lifetime than to be caught in one.
    At the end of the day, regardless of where you are at, you are the primary one responsible for your own safety.
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    kilroy95 reacted to c13 in Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh   
    We've been over this many times. Of the difficulties of enforcing gun laws in the US as compared to islands. Of the difficulties of rounding up all the guns. Of the difficulties of getting criminals to obey the law, and how they will see it as an opportunity to take advantage of a defenseless population.
    We've talked about how guns are an equalizer. How women and the elderly are most likely unable to fight off a single criminal without one. Of how you are more likely to be attacked by multiple people than caught in a mass shooting.
    We've talked about how the primary firearms used in crimes are handguns, as they are concealable, cheap and there's no real con to ditching them. How rifles are used in less than 400 murders a year, and that doesn't specify the style of those rifles.
    We've talked about how crime is dropping and has been dropping for decades, while simultaneously there are more guns in civilian hands than ever before in the US. How despite every state having a concealed carry permit system, and some states not even requiring permits to carry concealed, it's not the wild west gun control advocates screamed it would be.
    We've talked about areas with some of the strictest gun control having some of the highest murder rates. How a majority of mass shootings occur in gun free zones. How a majority of shooters give up or kill themselves upon facing armed opposition.
    We've talked about the difficulty of requiring background checks for everyone. How the gun show loophole is a myth. How the ATF said a national registry would be required to enforce it. We've even talked about how a majority of mass shooters passed a background check or acquired their guns through illegal means.
    We've talked about the fact that not everyone lives in a city, and there are many places in the US where police can be hours away.
    What are you trying to accomplish with that statement?
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    kilroy95 reacted to c13 in Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh   
    Tell me how gun registry possibly prevents crime. "Oh, but guns can be traced back." Report it stolen. The only thing a gun registry solves is giving the government a convenient list of who owns guns and how many they own.
    As of 2017, there were 112,710 cases in 29 states where people failed a background check when attempting to purchase a firearm. Attempting to purchase a firearm while having your rights revoked is a felony. 12,700 were further investigated. 12 people were prosecuted.
    Let that sink in for a moment. One thousandth of a percent were prosecuted. Think of all the violent offenders that could have been locked up, and probably went off to continue to commit crime. Enforce the laws we have now before we add more laws that will hassle law abiding citizens and where criminals will fail to be prosecuted.
    Banning private sales will not exclude people gifting firearms to family members. "But what about people selling guns to known criminals?". There's already a law for that. It's called straw purchasing. Enforce the laws on the books.
    A majority of guns at gun buybacks are older guns found in the attic of a deceased relative. Then there are often throwaway guns used by gangs since many buybacks have rules of no questions asked.
    On the 4-6 month waiting period, let me tell you of an anecdote. When I worked at a gun store, we sold NFA items. That means short barreled rifles/shotguns, suppressors, and full autos. One time, some one sent in a form with the tax stamp to the ATF. There was an entire page not filled out. It got approved 9 months later. You know why? They rarely bother reviewing those items too closely, as people looking for NFA items have presumably purchased firearms before and passed background checks. They take the $200 tax stamp on those items and put it in a bank, letting it collect interest for 6-9 months.
    I'll let you in on a little secret. Depending on how inundated NICS is with calls, a background check can be completed in as little as 5 minutes. If it's not in the system, it's not going to come up. "But those people with homicidal intentions might be dissuaded if they have to wait so long". Perhaps. But what is more likely to happen is a woman is killed by a stalker because she had to wait 6 months to get protection.
    Psychiatric evaluations? All that has to happen is someone ruling that wanting a gun for self defense is crazy. I'll pass.
    I'm not going to get into a 9/11 debate, but short and sweet, it was a failure of our government to react to many warning signs and have a plan in place to react to a hijacking. The Israeli's have some of the safest airports in the world. You know why? They profile.
    And now we get to the most sickening part of your argument.
    There is absolutely no right that should be "annoying and inconvenient" to exercise, especially to the degree you describe. When that happens, it becomes a privilege. "But you can't shout 'FIRE' in a crowded theater." You're 100% correct. But we don't gag people before they enter. We prosecute them after the fact. We don't give people psychiatric evaluations before they are allowed to vote. We don't even require a photo ID in many states which is far greater of an issue.
    Just come out and say it. You don't trust yourself with a firearm, therefore you don't trust anyone with one.
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    kilroy95 reacted to c13 in Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh   
    Except I countered every single one of your proposals. Each one is a meaningless feel good idea, potentially does more harm than good, or has massive potential for abuse.
    The quote you are attributing to me is completely ignoring the context of what I was replying to. It's a fact every time something like this happens people with guns respond to fix it. It's a fact mass shooters primarily commit their travesty in gun free zones. It's a fact that a majority of mass shooters give up or kill themselves, or at the very least shift their focus away from unarmed victims, every time other people with guns appear.
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    kilroy95 reacted to acucats in LSPDFR 0.4 - Ambience   
    I like, but do have a question about the API and Ambience events.  Will the authors of scripts have to completely start brand new and what has been, if any, collaboration between the authors of some of the most popular scripts and the LSPDFR team? I think it would be greatly beneficial to have that collaboration, but do understand if there hasn't been any. Keep up the great work team and looking  forward to the much anticipated release of 0.4. 
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    kilroy95 reacted to Sam in LSPDFR 0.4 - The Technology   
    This is the third part of our LSPDFR 0.4 Preview Series.  Not caught up yet?  Check out the initial announcement here: https://www.lcpdfr.com/forums/topic/81745-lspdfr-04-announcement-first-preview
    So, this article is a little bit different than most.  Recently, a number of people have expressed an interest in hearing some more details about the technology behind LSPDFR 0.4, including some of the developments that we've made with respect to artificial intelligence in the mod and also perhaps some more information about the ways in which LSPDFR 0.4 can be customized through code.  While exact details like this are a little difficult to provide as plans can, and often do, change - we've gathered together a number of new systems and features to present here which we think both developers and players alike will be looking forward to.
    The Crime System
    To start with, one of the new systems that we've introduced in LSPDFR 0.4 is the not-very-originally-named Crime System.  The Crime System was originally developed as an expansion of what we had previously done in LCPDFR 1.0 where players could press ALT + E to 'call in' things that had happened, with the key example being a suspect taking off from a traffic stop - units wouldn't respond until it had been called in.
    This is back in LSPDFR 0.4, but with a big twist.  The Crime System recognises a number of different events which could take place in-game (called Crime Events), such as a person firing a weapon, a car being stolen or somebody being run over.  Each time one of these things (and a couple of others) happens in-game, it's picked up by LSPDFR so that our systems can react to it.  This gives us similar functionality to LCPDFR 1.0, where if you're attacked by a criminal then you're able to report this and the criminal will be targeted properly by other units, but it also opens up some new possibilities that we've added for LSPDFR, including the ability for nearby civilians to actually call 911 if they witness a crime.

    The Crime System allows for far greater interaction with GTA V's rich environment, providing a more dynamic experience during patrols.
    The cool thing about this is that since GTA V is a very rich game in terms of the ambient environment, it's actually quite possible that crimes like this can take place in the game and we think it makes things a whole lot more immersive when you can actually react to them with the full support of LSPDFR behind you, rather than having to engage in a mad dash after someone in the vain hope that you'll catch up before they turn a corner and disappear! 
    Plus, the Crime System will be available in the API for LSPDFR 0.4, easily allowing developers to add new Crime Events by specifying the crime, victim and suspect.  This could be useful, for example, in a drunk driver callout where the player searches for the offending vehicle.  Once they've found it, they'll be able to report this to dispatch and trigger a pursuit, without the need for any additional code - a lot more convenient than having to handle this manually.
    Sticking with the topic of improvements to a lot of the technology that powers LSPDFR, we've added all new functionality throughout the mod for custom Scenarios.  In general, we like to think of Scenarios as short ambient sequences which can just spontaneously happen within the world.  In addition to this, though, we also support Scenarios across a couple of our other systems, like both pursuits and traffic stops.  This opens up a bunch of new opportunities for gameplay as just like in real life, there's now so much more that could happen during a traffic stop.  Perhaps they exit their vehicle while you're approaching?  Do they have a weapon, or are they just angry and complaining?

    From 'routine' traffic stops gone totally wrong to suspects ditching their cars and bailing, Scenarios add all new depth to LSPDFR.
    The best bit about Scenarios, though, is that we've also added them to the LSPDFR 0.4 API, and while we've come up with a few of our own, we know that there's many developers who will knock it out of the park in their attempts to find new and interesting ways of enhancing the experience with Scenarios.   Be it by creating new situations that can happen during traffic stops, devising new ways that pursuit suspects will attempt to elude officers, or even by taking advantage of some of the other additions to 0.4, like the Crime System for example, to add a bunch of new ambient crimes throughout the game, we think that the new Scenario system will add much more depth and variety to LSPDFR.

    The scene after an escaped pursuit suspect's burned out vehicle was located.
    Artificial Intelligence
    Finally, in 0.4, we've re-worked a lot of our artificial intelligence.  We'll be sharing more details about these improvements, particularly as it relates to the overhauled pursuit system, in the near future but for now here's a taste of things to come, with some technical explanation, from our very own @LMS
    Stay tuned for more news about 0.4, coming soon.
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    kilroy95 reacted to YetiSkullz in LSPDFR | GPS Mod (COMING SOON) 1.0.0   
    This mod is very realistic and will release soon!!!
    when you turn of your mini-map and press CONTROL + V it activates GPS mode, What GPS mode does is tell you the directions vocally (tells you where to turn.. etc.) it works with LSPDFR Callouts and will SOON WORK ON FIVEM. Release date will be 06/01 (June 1'st).
    Stay Tuned at https://twitch.tv/YetiSkullz
    Exact model in download, custom tweaks but that is what it will look like when completed!

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    kilroy95 reacted to 0taku in 2017 Pierce Arrow XT (W.I.P)   
    So I wanted to convert a Pierce Firetruck to GTA for some future projects. After not find one to convert, I though about making one myself, and by god is it looking good. here are some screens so far. BTW EVERYTHING has been scratch made by me in ZMod, Yes that's right Zmod. It will also have a working water cannon
    I have no release date currently but I do plane to make an ELS and maybe a Non-ELS 
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    kilroy95 reacted to medic4523 in medic4523: noob modeler   
    So, new guy to the modeling scene. Figured I would give it a try and see how things turned out. I definitely didn't start easy though, as I had a particular project in mind from the start.
    I'm using Blender to create the base model, then will switch to Zmodeler3 for all of the accessories and specifics. I'm hoping there will be folks around here to offer support and feedback.
    Here is Day 1:

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    kilroy95 reacted to medic4523 in medic4523: noob modeler   
    Day 2:

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    kilroy95 reacted to Ezra in Meet Your Moderator - Kallus Rourke   
    Ha ha, that too!  I love trucks.
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    kilroy95 got a reaction from Ezra in Meet Your Moderator - Kallus Rourke   
    You forgot to mention he really likes F-150's  haha
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    kilroy95 got a reaction from Mr.JonnhyCZG in Kilroy95's Texture Workshop   
    I decided to start a San Andreas State Troopers skin. It may turn into a pack if it seems popular enough 

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    kilroy95 got a reaction from Mr.JonnhyCZG in Kilroy95's Texture Workshop   
    Finishing up 2014 FPIU-