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What would be the name of the script(s)?-

Movable MP3 UI


What kind of script(s) are you suggesting?-
GUI

What is the suggestion?-
Allowing us (players) to move the MP3 UI across our screen so we can place it somewhere where we feel it would be best at.


What are the advantages?-
Being able to see the mini-map clearly without having to CLOSE the MP3 UI and having to open it again and again when you want to change radio stations.

 

What are the disadvantages?-

Don't think there will be any.


Do you have any resources to support our scripters in making said suggestion?-
None.

How would you go about implementing this idea?-
Use the same system that is being used for laptops where, after you click on the laptop and the UI opens up, you can move it across the screen and place it wherever you want.

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27 minutes ago, WonderPlukkie said:

And make it so that volume can be controlled. Last time I used it (long time ago) the volume couldn't be controlled.

/setvol

 

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Take a look at other topics before posting duplicates aha 

 

I’ve already created a script to implement it to the phone system

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12 hours ago, Portside said:

Take a look at other topics before posting duplicates aha 

 

20 hours ago, Script said:

What is the suggestion?-
Allowing us (players) to move the MP3 UI across our screen so we can place it somewhere where we feel it would be best at.

 

On 1/28/2018 at 6:51 AM, BrennanMichael said:

What is the suggestion?-
I'd like to see /setvol be added when using the MP3 player, my reasoning for this is so when people are say riding a motorcycle they can listen to music without sacrificing their game sound while not having their ear drums blown out by the obscenely loud music.

 

Mhm, okay? But my suggestion is nowhere related to Brennan's.

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7 hours ago, Script said:

 

 

 

Mhm, okay? But my suggestion is nowhere related to Brennan's.

Well let’s be realistic; how many people do you know IRL that still use MP3 players? My count, being generally realistic is no one. Hence why we’re taking the measure to have it within the phone system so it doesn’t overlap anything else and is integrated as a socially modern accepted method. I didn’t mean a full on duplicate; but it’s an MP3 topic which we have two of now. 

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11 minutes ago, Portside said:

Well let’s be realistic; how many people do you know IRL that still use MP3 players? My count, being generally realistic is no one. Hence why we’re taking the measure to have it within the phone system so it doesn’t overlap anything else and is integrated as a socially modern accepted method. I didn’t mean a full on duplicate; but it’s an MP3 topic which we have two of now. 

Makes sense. 

 

Can close this topic and move it to archive then. <3 Thanks, hun.

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Just now, Script said:

Makes sense. 

 

Can close this topic and move it to archive then. <3 Thanks, hun.

But I guess if we really wanted... we could try and make the GUI moveable within the phone system. But then it would just go against making it within the phone in the first place lmao. @yannickboy15 just make a new phone script. Lazy cunt. You’re welcome bby  ly

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