I'm using the Rage Hook console as my trainer. Sadly, that console does not have a command for a livery changer, so a mod like this would be quite useful for fulfilling just that purpose instead of downloading an entire trainer just for 1 command.
The only thing that's the issue with this mod is that we can't change the keys, ourselves. 'J' is not a good key for me. Congratulations on getting started with coding!
@Zippo Raid Maybe this wouldn't happen if you had just made this shit optional. I'm not to keen on having a bunch of heavy metal playing as I load into the game, or the loading screens replaces by skulls, or my character walking funny.
It's a blood mod. People come here because that's what it's titled. Not for the extra shit you put into it.
@FoxtrotDelta Haha, thanks :p
@FoxtrotDelta It's a sick-ass beanie is what it is! It's Ethan, from H3H3.
@ace51 @RazGen25 Sorry. I got back into Rust and completely forgot about the update. I'll get back on it :p
@FoxtrotDelta Thanks for the tag!
@ace51 Yea, it's still in the works. :p
@ace51 I'm hoping for a release tonight or tomorrow
@UnivexProd Alright. Hey, quick suggestion - which would instantly make me choose this application rather than VS - if possible, could you make it run the code through upon compiling to check for things like NullExceptionError and such.
Sometimes you can miss just one thing in your code and you'll have to go through it all. Something like that could really hurry up the process.
Rated 5/5 stars regardless.
@ace51 Yea, I'm looking for a way to get rid of that. Is a tad bit tricky. I'll see what I can do about it.