Is it possible to turn off all traffic and then run selected packs

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elmomarty
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Is it possible to turn off all traffic and then run selected packs

#1 Post by elmomarty » 07 Aug 2019 00:02

Hi one and all

I am running a number of maps, ros, promods, rusmap, roextended etc etc and therefore have some very different ai generated traffic running. Now, this is cool, but, I really wouldn't expect to drive around and have 90% of the trailers from country 'a' being the ones that show up. It's now become a game to try and find one that isn't from country 'a'.

I am wondering if it is possible to turn off all traffic and then somehow just have ai/traffic from certain specialized ai/truck packs/mods running. I know there is the option of uset g_traffic "0" to turn off traffic but I gather that stops them all. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.

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Re: Is it possible to turn off all traffic and then run selected packs

#2 Post by m1keY » 07 Aug 2019 05:05

just don't use any else and make a small extra mod which is outruling the default ones/traffic from mapmods ...

done by editing the various traffic_storage - files from \def\vehicle

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Re: Is it possible to turn off all traffic and then run selected packs

#3 Post by elmomarty » 07 Aug 2019 23:16

Thanks for reply I will look into it

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