Modding discussion for DRIV3R.
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By WhiteSnoop
#50142
Hello everyone!

First of all, I want to make clear, that you need Driv3r 2.0!
I have created a tool (trainer alike) that will allow you to keep track of your coordinates.
The only thing you need to do, is either run the game in windowed, or Alt-tab all the time. (I don't have any good experience with Driv3r alt-tabbing)

Preview of the tool:
Image

You also get little other stuff:
On Foot:
- Jump: shift+spacebar
- Move n/s: Numpad enter and Numpad+ or -
- Move e/w: Numpad enter and Numpad+ or -
In Car:
- Jump: shift+spacebar

You can download it from my website.
http://alino.ucoz.com/load/2-1-0-28

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Update:
I've made the interval from 1 second to 50 milliseconds. I use 2 screens so its a more appealing way to show the results faster
Oh and yeah, I've made a new interface. As seen on the picture above
Last edited by WhiteSnoop on Sun Jul 28, 2013 9:48 am, edited 1 time in total.
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By Fireboyd78
#50148
Impressive! I will admit that I attempted something similar before, but I had a hell of a time with the damn pointer. Excellent work!
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By WhiteSnoop
#50162
To be honest, just download a no spinning plate crackers (hope I can overcome a rule by writing that)
I am not sure if there is really a patch. I've installed the game, and I don't like the spinning sound of the dvd, nor do I like that it can get scratched (PS2 era anyone?)

And I don't know if it's interesting. But it might come in handy if someone can break the mission files and start editing, you'll need start points. And this is where the tool might come in handy!
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By bibidibabidibu
#63461
adamus wrote:and where I can find it because now something can not be found, let someone give a link to this

join to the discord group on left top button and somebody can help your there :)

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