Latest AppVeyor build
vMenu is server sided menu for FiveM servers, including full* permission support.
*(Some features do not have permissions support as they are either harmless or it'd just be silly to deny them. However, they will be disabled if you deny access to the submenu that they are a part of (eg: unlimited stamina in Player Options will be disabled if you deny
Download & Installation & Permissions
Click here to go to the releases page and download it.
Please follow the instructions over at the vMenu docs
If you're using Zap Hosting, you may find that moving the
permissions.cfg file to the same folder as your
server.cfg file may not work correctly (it could get reset every time you restart your server).
If this is the case, leave your
permissions.cfg file here:
/resources/vMenu/config/permissions.cfg and add the following to the very top of your server.cfg file:
exec resources/vMenu/config/permissions.cfg (instead of
You can also use ZAP Hosting's one-click installer for vMenu. Get a ZAP-Hosting server with a 10% lifetime discount HERE and make sure to use
Vespura-a-3715 at checkout.
If you like my work, please consider supporting me on Patreon. I've put a lot of my time and hard work into these and other projects.
Trouble shooting & support
Take a look at the docs first of all. I will ignore you if your question is answered on the docs or the forum topic.
Click here for permissions information.
Click here for configuration options information.
Starting from vMenu v2.1.0, vMenu will be using MenuAPI (MAPI), a custom menu API designed specifically for vMenu by me.
For an updated license, check the license.md file. That file will always overrule anything mentioned in the readme.md
Tom Grobbe - https://www.vespura.com/
Copyright © 2017-2023
You can use and edit this code to your liking as long as you don't ever claim it to be your own code and always provide proper credit. You're not allowed to sell vMenu or any code you take from it. If you want to release your own version of vMenu, you have to link the original GitHub repo, or release it via a Forked repo.