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#1\2017-11-04 17:40

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So, i have been playing SLRR since 2016, and I really like it. But a couple days ago I i thinked about triyng Slrr modding, but couldn't find any consistant tutorials on how to do it. Could any of you people out there help me?


OBS: English is not my native language, im actually brazillian. So if there is any gramathical errors, please tell me so i can learn it better
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#2\2017-11-04 18:15

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You mean making mods or installing mods?
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#3\2017-11-05 04:24

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I think he means making. In that case I can help.
#4\2017-11-06 17:34

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Yes, it is about making mods. I have already got some good ones installed.
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2017-11-06 22:34#286102 Luke23 : Yes, it is about making mods. I have already got some good ones installed.

Start with a rim, trust.


Tutorial files can be found here - http://www.mediafire.com/file/ehk3chk9r847kli/tutorial.rar
#6\2017-11-06 20:31

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Now the question is what do you want to learn, scripting or 3d modeling? Ultimately you should learn both but you'll need to get familiar with the way SLRR was coded before you can begin modifying it.

We have a 'Tutorials' tab at the top of the home page, browse through it and just try different stuff. I'd recommend installing a secondary SLRR to test on, don't do it to your main folder unless you're prepared to potentially lose all your progress and files.

There are also some tutorials on YouTube so just search around, and if you get stuck on something just ask for help in the help section. Good luck!
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#7\2017-11-07 13:06

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What he said, and if you can't find a tutorial on something, PM people.
#8\2017-11-07 17:03

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2017-11-06 20:31#286107 Defiant : Now the question is what do you want to learn, scripting or 3d modeling? Ultimately you should learn both but you'll need to get familiar with the way SLRR was coded before you can begin modifying it.

We have a 'Tutorials' tab at the top of the home page, browse through it and just try different stuff. I'd recommend installing a secondary SLRR to test on, don't do it to your main folder unless you're prepared to potentially lose all your progress and files.

There are also some tutorials on YouTube so just search around, and if you get stuck on something just ask for help in the help section. Good luck!
Thank you for the tips Defiant!
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