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Gamemode Version 2.3.9 Changelog

Written by Giga

Chief Dies In Fire
  • Added around 350 new house furniture textures and re-categorized the existing ones.
  • Improved the dialog navigation of the furniture system tremendously.
  • Decimals can now be used in /calc.
  • Admins can now use '/afrespawn all all' to respawn every unoccupied faction vehicle on the server.
  • Added /togtips which can be used to toggle the help messages.
  • Added /togaudiostreams which can be used to toggle most audio streams.
  • Removed the gunrack slot requirement from /gunrack take, renamed some parameters and optimized the command. Some weapons stored in gunracks needed to be deleted, unfortunately.
  • Removed the fines for having drugs when a player is hospitalized.
  • Business managers can now use /requeststock, edit actors and will no longer be charged entrance fees.
  • The lock status of house furniture doors will now save after server restarts.
  • /ram can now be used on house garages.
  • Renamed /d to /dr to prevent accidental uses of the command.
  • Added a /light command which can be used to disable house interior lights at night.
  • /ame will now include the character name before the action.
  • Fixed a bug where the instant buy option in /buyf did not charge the user the correct price.
  • Fixed an issue where calling the mechanic hotline when playerid 118 was occupied would break the system.
  • Fixed a sorting issue on the /buyfood dialog.
  • Fixed a bug where editing a contact name could create a new one instead of editing the current one.
  • Fixed a bug where phone calls wouldn't end when a player's phone died.
  • Fixed /removealias for the SASP.

Gamemode Version 2.3.8 Changelog

Written by Giga

Chief Dies In Fire
  • Added /ranks so players can see all ranks in their faction.
  • Added a confirmation dialog to the delete and reset options in the /clothing menu.
  • Added a confirmation message for after players finish scrapping their cars.
  • /repair 5 can now be used to repair a vehicle's lights.
  • All payphones now have a unique phone number.
  • Increased the length of punishment reasons in all admin commands.
  • Players can now /give oil to each other.
  • Players can now set clothing items they'd like to automatically attach when they login.
  • Recovery prices of modded vehicles will now match their repair prices.
  • Removed the automatic punctuation from the /s command.
  • The hospital time has been lowered to 1 minute.
  • The house furniture limit for non donors is now 150.
  • Navigating to mall businesses will now set a checkpoint at the front door of the mall rather than the businesses inside.
  • Added an alert for when a player's phone battery is low.
  • Fixed a bug where /searchf and /buyf could be used while placing/buying an object, causing furniture items to become stuck.
  • Fixed a bug where Elite Trucking and mechanic call details were blank.
  • Fixed a bug where faction leader names would not load correctly.
  • Fixed a bug where faction uber ranks had a chance to bug while the faction was loading.
  • Fixed a bug where player phones had a chance to stay on when their battery ran out.
  • Fixed a handful of issues with the SAN talkshow system.
  • Fixed some issues with the ESU subrank occasionally not giving proper command permission.

[ET] Open Day

Written by Giga

Elite Trucking Open Day


Good day citizens of San Andreas

We here in Elite Trucking have decided to host an ''open doors'' day today (08/04/2016) at 9:30pm (( GMT +0 )). We will be showing our vehicles and there will also be a lot to do for the public.

If you're interested in a career within our company, this is a perfect situation for you to get to know our departments and the people who work within them.

This is also an announcement that Octane Springs will be blocked off public vehicles during this time and it has been confirmed by San Andreas State Police's Public Affairs.

Sincerely,
Elite Trucking Corporation,
President,
Michael Novak
Michael Novak

[SASP] Newsletter - March 2016

Written by Giga

Chief Dies In Fire

Part One - Introduction

Dear Employees,

As we head into spring break we want to wish all of the visitors to the County safe wishes and hope they enjoy their break here. Secondly, for those Troopers breaking elsewhere we hope that your travels are safe and that yourself and your family have an enjoyable vacation. For those of us who unfortunately are stuck working, we continue to strive and perform to the best of our duties throughout this period.

It has been a quite couple of months in regards to call activity and crime rates within Palomino seem to be quietening, which is something we have all been hoping for.

We'd like to take this opportunity to apologise for the break in the Newsletter, with no newsletter being written for the month of February, as the usual writing team had a busy time towards the closing of the month, and we'd like to thank Captain Vincent Kemp for organising the bulk promotions.

Engagement with the public is also on the rise upon request of previous newsletters, and civilian surveys and opinions of the Department are certainly improving. Special note to our Public Affairs team for that, who have been arranging multiple events and public announcements on behalf of the State Police.

Finally, I'd like to take not of the decrease of traffic violations which is thanks to nothing but the continuous work of our fine Troopers patrolling the Highway, and for that we thank you.

Enjoy reading,
High Command.

Part Two - Command in Training

It was been another month where we have welcomed a Sergeant into the Command in Training scheme. Usually with three or four people going through the scheme, this time was rather special for Danny Remington. The High Command Team deemed him so appropriate for a Command position, he was invited to be part of this scheme, which has never happened before. The scheme has been a huge success so far, and the interview stage went fantastic for Danny and we were able to make him a Lieutenant CiT at the conclusion of it.

It is at this point that we would like to say that Danny's training is over, and we have decided that he is suitable for a full time position as Lieutenant, and he will be given this position on a permanent basis. We'd like to thank Danny for his efforts in the Department, especially in the field of Criminal Intelligence and Field Training.

The High Command team would like to congratulate Danny for all of his efforts throughout the scheme, and congratulate him on his promotion.

Well done.

Part Three - Trooper of the Month

Certain excellency awards are easy to come by over length of service, as there will always be tough situations for our Troopers to be part of, which granted, also deserves recognition. Service awards are also easy to come by, however there is one particular award which is the most difficult to come by, and takes recognition of your Troop Supervisor to obtain this particular award.

As this is now going to be implemented monthly, I am going to take this moment to explain how it will work from now on. Your Troop Supervisor must nominate one person from his Troop at the end of the month, then, the Command Team have a nomination each, and it will go to a Command Team vote. The person who wins this vote will be given the Trooper of the Month award. This enables this Trooper to have a take home cruiser until the end of the month, and also will be given a cash bonus of 100,000$.

So, to the Trooper of the month for March. It is very rare that you find a Trooper of this calibre, and this Trooper certainly fits the bill. A role model to his peers, and potential supervisor in the future, the award goes to Zachary Rogers.

Rogers was also recently awarded with the highly prestigious Chiefs Award, which came with a 125,000$ lump sum ON TOP of his award for Trooper of the Month. Zachary Rogers is currently the only Trooper of the San Andreas State Police to ever be awarded the Chiefs Award, making this a very momentous occasion.

We would like to pass on our congratulations, and hope you enjoy the benefits of this spectacular feet.

Part Four - Sergeant in Training

Sergeants are arguably the most important ranking bracket when it comes to Patrol Operations. They are responsible for the day-to-day supervision of Troopers in the field, and are personally responsible for NCO bulk promotions. It is up to them, and their reviews of NCOs which determines whether or not a Trooper will be promoted.

It is for these reasons that, at all times, we want the best performing Sergeants Team possible, hence why the current Sergeant in Training scheme is implemented. We'd like to congratulate everyone who has been taking part in the course over the past month.

There is currently three people taking part in the 4 week long course, which is due to conclude on the 14th of April. We'd like to congratulate all three of them for completing their course, and becoming full Sergeants.

Corporal SiT → Sergeant
Jalen Young
Casey Severide
Steven OConners

Part Five - Sergeant Promotions

As mentioned above, the Sergeants bracket is the most important, and those who excel within said bracket deserve nothing but praise for their efforts. It is difficult to move into a Commissioned Officer bracket, never mind progress within it. So those mentioned within the article are indeed special. They are that one step closer to moving into the Command Bracket of the Department, and becoming a really important pillar of the day-to-day running of the San Andreas State Police.

These are people as to which both junior and senior NCOs should look up to, and strive to be like within the Department. These Troopers are certainly what we would refer to as model troopers.

Well done on a much deserved promotion, and all the best.

Sergeant → Staff Sergeant
Stoyan Georgiev

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