@Xx_LowTemp_xX any *should* work, so long as you match up the keybind/control settings for both to be the same.
@noname9 as far as I can see/tell, there is no reason at all whatsoever why it would by default not work with (at least) the current version (which is JM36 Lua Plugin 5.3 at the time of writing), so it should work; if it does not work however, let me know, and maybe it'll be something that I look into and fix when I have the time.
@ooSweaty Yes, this is a port of the FiveM version, over to SP via JM36 Lua Plugin. This particular version/variant is incompatible (and will not work at all) with FiveM, and as such is not meant at all to be used with FiveM; this version is meant specifically for SinglePlayer, utilizing JM36 Lua Plugin to get the job done.
@cakuzma you must remove the older versions (keep only 1 version installed or active at a time) to avoid potential duplication and conflicts (and wasted resources) between versions. And, if you've ever edited the ini file for any reason from an older version, you can put that ini file into the new version's folder and/or create a new ini file inside the new version's folder with just the changes that you made to it.
@Nick1983 You will need (to use) a separate cruise control script, and configure the keybindings to match, as this script only supports displaying cruise control status, does not actually have any cruise control functionalities built into it.
@RandomProz No problem
@RandomProz the fuel script in the screenshots is another FiveM-specific fuel mod/script, FrFuel I think or something like that. Skimming back through the code though, there is indeed a seatbelt function, and it supposedly should also show up; there's a binding for it, which supposedly is 311 (or "K" or DPAD Down). Apart from that, I don't know what else to tell you without getting to know a lot more about your particular game/client.
@Chmee149 @Fareezbrent no problem
@m1983j Yeah I think you might just have to reinstall all of the mods over from scratch again or something. And yeah, I remember feeling that same exact way about Win10 when it came out, I was like wtf is this dramatic step backwards from the radical and awesome UI design of 8 and 8.1 that I had loved so much, and the Win10 tablet mode doesn't even make up for it (Win10 tablet mode is complete and utter trashy garbage in comparison to Win 8 and 8.1), but I eventually got over it because there's just basically nothing that I could do but have memories and revisit from time to time in virtual machines.
@RandomProz it would have to be a seatbelt or other mod of some sort, since for me during the porting and testing (which/where I've made very little/minimal changes in to work), I've never had any problems or issues with just the default configurations which was all that I had tested.