It’s taken a very long time, but finally after all this time of working on it, I’m very happy to release my latest (and greatest) project, called vMenu.
In short, what is vMenu?
vMenu is a server sided menu / trainer, including permissions support so server owners can configure this menu to only the things they really need.
Features (outdated descriptions, accurate for v1.0.0-v1.0.2 or so)
(Features that have been added in updates won’t be listed here, check each github “release” for all major changes.)
If I were to list all features, you’d probably hate me for having to scroll down very far for the download link, so let’s keep it summarized:
Open this spoiler to see all features, it's quite a long list even though I tried to keep it short...
Allows you to do things like teleporting (to the player and bringing the player to you), spectating players, setting a waypoint, kill other players (dam you’re cruel if you use this…) and for the real -happy server admins: you can also kick players from the server.
Anything from god mode, healing, cleaning clothes, committing suicide, playing scenarios, never wanted, super jump, super fast running/swimming, and some more things.
Things like repairing, god mode, cleaning, setting dirt level, customizing the looks & performance, adding speed hacks… because… we all know it’s important to have your golf cart do 200 mph when you get bored… and a lot more options all available here.
Just like the title suggests, allows you to spawn vehicles with some extra options. Permissions support for this is really neat, because if, for example, you don’t have permissions to spawn vehicles from the “super” class/category, then trying to spawn a model by it’s name, like “adder” won’t work
Allows you to save new vehicles & spawn/delete existing saved vehicles. Everything about your vehicle will be saved, and the best part is: every server using this menu, will automatically share the save files. So if you want your amazing golf cart you spent hours customizing to be saved forever, simply save it using the menu option and spawn it in any server that has vMenu on it! (of course, spawning them requires permissions, saving and deleting saved vehicles doesn’t.)
Just like the vehicles, you can customize your ped and spawn a lot of different models. You can also save your ped/skins and they will, just like vehicles, be shared across servers. However, you will still need permissions to spawn your saved peds.
Time & Weather Options
By default, this is only granted to the “Admin” and “Moderators” group (if you use the provided permissions.cfg file!). It will allow you to enable/disable time freezing and dynamic weather changes (if enabled, changes the weather type randomly roughly every 5 minutes). You can also change the current weather and time, and toggle “blackout” mode.
Allows you to spawn and customize weapons.
Things like death notifications, join/quit notifications, teleporting to a waypoint, saving your preferences/settings(!) (saving will save the enabled/disabled state of things like god mode, never wanted, join/quit notifications, etc, etc. So the next time you join, they will automatically be restored to your personal preference).
The misc settings also contain features like showing your current location, heading and coordinates, enabling/disabling speedometers, disabling hud/radar (disabling the hud also disables any “scripted” hud components drawn on screen by vMenu). Mainly just some general useful features.
This is the only submenu that has 0 permissions support, because, lets be fair. Why wouldn’t you want to let players know where they can find information/get support on how to use the menu?!
Screenshots (also outdated, v1.0.0)
open spoiler with outdated screenshots
Because nobody reads all that info above anyway, everyone just wants to see things in action first.
join the demo server (
devtesting.pizza:30120) if you want to check out the most recent version of vMenu.
Aww yeah, click me!
ZAP Hosting one-click installation
ZAP-Hosting now offers a one-click installation for vMenu! Click here to get a FiveM server from ZAP Hosting and use the one-click installer from the control panel, use the code
Vespura-a-3715 at checkout for a 10% discount on your FiveM server!
(moved to https://docs.vespura.com/vmenu/changelog)
The reference list in this post has been removed because it was impossible to keep up with changes. For an updated list view the vMenu documentation or the default permissions.cfg file in the resource download. All in-depth information will be listed there on as well as information on how to configure the menu.
Moved to this GitHub issue
- Please check the GitHub “issues” tab, that’s where I keep track of all issues/bugs.
- “can’t open vMenu on any server” check the FAQ page on the vMenu docs, also see this comment: vMenu v3.1.0 - A server-sided menu including (almost) full permissions support
- vMenu not loading on your server and/or you get errors similar to this one:
or maybe even this one:
Exception loading assembly CitizenFX.Core.Server: System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Unable to find the specified file.
MOST LIKELY your server is outdated and/or you haven’t read the vMenu v3.0.1 changelog, specifically the IMPORTANT section there.
Failed to load script vMenuServer.net.dll.
Big big thankyou’s to @shayan_doust & @Briglair for helping me with a lot when trying to figure out the best way to do certain things, especially because this is still one of my very first c# resources, they were a tremendous help!
Also thank you @IllusiveTea for helping me test things and for the feedback while alpha testing!
|Input Method||How to open?|
|Keyboard / Mouse||Press
|Controller||Press and hold down the
From now on I’ll no longer be providing support for vMenu. I’ll still update it occasionally to fix bugs or add new DLC cars/weapons when needed, however I’ll no longer help people install or configure vMenu.
Plenty of documentation is available, both on the vMenu docs as well as this forum topic (just use CTRL + F).
You can still create bug reports on the GitHub repository page.
These builds are unstable and can cause broken vMenu save files, use at own risk. No support provided for these builds.
For those who cannot wait to try out the latest changes on their own testing/development server and don’t know how to build vMenu themselves from the source files (or for lazy people), here you can find the latest development build. Note some builds may not work at all or contain bugs.
Latest development build: https://ci.appveyor.com/api/projects/TomGrobbe/vMenu/artifacts/vMenu.zip