Could you please reply instead of editing the same post over and over again? I could miss some points answering.Can you explain what these basic rules are then?
Is it the one where you can't alter the mod?
This alfa 75 the guy is one FB saying how he has nailed the transaxel and its never been done before blah blah blah, then you check in cm analyse and it has kunos alfa 33 suspensions....
I'd say people like RSS, VRC URD and Shaun Clarke for example are working far far harder than the people ripping forza / NFS / rf1 and using kunos physics, yet they don't encrypt.....
Why is it always the ones who are not making their own assets in the first place?
I guess, that is the point...
Before i get called entitled just to add i do keep encrypted mods if they are good enough. It doesn't bother me at all.
Just odd that you can say what you have when Shaun Clarke has come on here having contacted a driver of a radical and crafted a master piece for free and with no encryption....
It's true, there are a lot of great mods and mods made from scratch out there that are not encrypted, but that's an author decision. My point is that people need to respect that.
Also, saying that people are not making their own assets doesn't mean they didn't work in them.
If people really want to edit a car that wasn't made from scratch, they can always learn to convert the model by themselves, right? So what's the problem there? You want to edit it? Good, make your own version, but not using someone else's mod but starting from the model since it was just ripped