@Eagle2020 if you still are having issues, try making a quick video of the bug and upload it somewhere where i can see it (youtube, vimeo, twitter, instagram, etc) and send the link.. also is this online, or using fiveM or pirated software? This mod will most likely not work with any of the three mentioned situations
All you have to do is get inside of a vehicle, set a waypoint to some location, then sit back and watch your player drive there on their own..(if you press any buttons that control the vehicle such as turn left/right, accelerate, brake, etc the auto driving will stop)
@Unknown 2007 @Eagle2020 Make sure that you have updated ScriptHookVDotNet3 to the latest version 3.x.x and that it is installed properly.. Also double check to make sure that you have copied _all_ of the files from the distributed zip file to your scripts folder.
If you are still experiencing any troubles, please copy and paste any lines with tthe phrase "Autonomous" in it from your ScriptHookVDotNet.Log file in yourr GTA V root directory to the comments here or in a direct message to me.
If you follow every step I have listed, the mod will work.
@Eagle2020 Are you getting any errors when you open ScriptHookVDotNet console?
@azidtrip So it works? Little files like that can cause other problems with scripts etc (Who knows why)
@American_Anime Thats pretty much what I was going for.
@nj5050 Can you provide with any lines of your ScriptHookVDotNet.log file that mention "AutonomousDriving" so I can try to resolve the issue?
@Losthegamer01 @azidtrip Also what version of the mod are you using? v1.0b and v1.0 are known not to work at all, v1.2 should be compatible everywhere.
@Losthegamer01 @azidtrip Can you provide the error that shows up in the ScriptHookVDotNet.log file in your GTA V folder so I can figure out whats happening? (should be at the bottom of the file after a crash happens)