While not everything can be magically fixed when working with Athena, there are some steps you can take to help identify your problem.
Fix Most Issues
This only works if you have ran
npm install at least once.
After having ran that command once, you can run the following in a terminal.
npm run fix
After running this command run the following:
npm run update
If you're lucky everything will go back to normal.
If not, you may need to seek out additional help in Discord.
Black Screen, No WebView
This means that there's a Vue plugin which has an error in it. This is mostly due to adding plugins that may be broken.
This can be resolved by doing the following:
- Look at each plugin your
- Determine which plugins were added or modified.
- Disable or remove a custom plugin.
- Start the server. Check if it resolves it.
- If it did not resolve it, go to step 2 again.
If successful you'll determine which plugin is causing issues in your installation.
Alternatively, having empty and incomplete Vue components can prevent proper usage.
We strongly advise that you develop with
npm run dev.
When you use
npm run windows for development you are waiting for a ton of images, files, etc. to be packed up and loaded into the server for distribution.
Other reasons why your startup is slow:
- Too Many Mods
- Too Many MLOs
npm run dev to turn on
alt:V Client installation folder you will need to edit the
altv.toml file and set the parameter
debug = true.
Restart your alt:V client after making any changes to the configuration.