For those who may know, why when I use a VPN I still have a quick download, while in the comment from HeRRC people from Brazil may suffer from a very high downloading time ?
I tested with a VPN in Ecuador to connect to the US server, to have it sending back to the vpn server in Ecuador, then to me in France : operation done in few seconds on one mod ... how can it get worse in "local" ?
I didn't know the H key function. It is actually allowing to remove it.
And yes, pressing Esc is not displayed after, lines remain wherever you want to navigate in the menu (Training and multiplayer does clean the thing)
Tested with a VPN, and it is working fine like described
Some were driving with the front wheel view in force mode to be quicker ... For the speedo-tacho positions, if in the future if it may be totally customizable, it would be nice (I rembmer assetto corsa proposing this). Not sure how upper you would want to move those indicators, but people actually concerned may have a more interesting point of view than mine.
I still have this minor fault in D19 ... in case it is easy to fix ...
I found a setting for the FOV : it was too 'close' for me in automatic. Increasing it manually to 101° is improving a lot the experience ! As always, there are lots of settings to get used to, but as it is customizable, everything is doable and that's great ! Thank you programmer
I have tested the 3 options, but each time there are some elevation changes (aston cadet mini 'eau rouge', 2nd split of South City sprint 2, etc...), it is ... difficult ... but that's part of the charm aswell !
Just bought an HP reverb G2 myself, and ... what to say ... it is just insane ! The headset looks indeed very great, but in LFS : what an experience !!! Scawen : it is just so wonderful and immersive !
I was expecting it to be great, but that is clearly overpassing my expectations by far ! And may the 1000Hz physics even improve the thing ? Sounds pure madness
I still have to admit that braking downhill is making me sick quickly (let's say elevation change in general), but anyway doing a lap or two is already so great !
South City 2.0 and its friends are welcome even more than ever now
A small issue I encountered : when running AI with mods on a new layout, everything computed and some lines are appearing on screen during the generation up to give a popup indicating that the path for AI has been built.
Then, if you 'cancel' the race instead of pressing 'start', the lines remain displayed on the menu => an auto clear would be welcome
as a student it was more convenient to play online from time to time ... now, it would require a bit too much time to achieve any capability to drive properly a given combo .
Taking a car with a kind of default setup and doing few laps anywhere is plenty of fun, but usually I have to end quickly for "family life" or so on => short cruise sessions are satisfying (even if I agree regarding the multiplayer aspect : doing short races of GTi in the time around Blackwood was insane )
lol, not playing online does not mean I do not play at all. I am even planning to buy a VR headset for my 40s coming in few days : and the goal is mainly only to use LFS with it ... no time to play frenzy, that's life, but I remain a fan of what LFS is bringing to me when I do few laps even against some AI
There are lots of points to be improoved : not only temperature.
There will be a difference in handling, and one main goal is to have most of the flaws allowing "cheats" to disappear, so I expect FWD to handle like they should (indeed, having a locked diff and no antiroll bar at the back to have the car to rotate like a charm on the gas is not normal ).
Let's quote Eric :
Let's suppose it will be improved ...
Anyway, I was doing some laps around oulton park in ACC, and found the kerbs more deadly.
Most of time I suppose kerbs are crossable from the inside wheel perspective (this explains the presence of sausages kerb added to limit the thing ), but regularly the outside wheel has to avoid the contact (even if anyway, the crazy jump you got in video is too much I agree).