Like mrhoeszy says, you can make the non-steam version run under Steam instead of re-coding the program.
@volcano0 Currently this only works for the Steam version, but you can re-write the source code easily with AHK to make it work for whatever version you run.
@SneakyLennyFaze police only appear when someone is wanted. The game doesn't recognize them as enemies unless they're after you, so there isn't any way to show those blips.
@Tdor are you running a 64-bit OS and the Steam version of GTA?
Updated to use F5 instead of F12.
Read the description tag, people.
It's not a modification, it's a hotkey for automating a Windows process. You can already do this yourself through the Windows Resource Monitor, but the program saves you the trouble. It's actually a great way to escape modders.
This program won't do anything in single-player. All it does is temporarily suspend GTA5.exe so that your Internet connection times out. When the process resumes, you wind up in an empty lobby.
You have to already be online for it to do anything.
@puppyshark Which native did you use?
@If you get it figured out, let me know. Anyone else having this problem?