NFS certainly made the term "gripping etc" mainstream then.
As for heel/toe, it's used for keeping traction in RWD cars. (In the most basic of explanations). Can it help drifting? Sure, if that's your style. It's got no "correct" answer, just what you feel works best for you.
In the Rb4 on shift+a I can only load up XRT_xxx soundsets. Spoke to Gills on server who said there was a fix for it, but he couldn't remember it, so I searched here on his advice, obviously couldn't find it.
Help please, no idea how it happened, but can anyone tell me the fix, or point me in the direction of one please. Or does it mean a new LFS install.
Automatic shifter configuration (for Logitech G25 users)
Shortcut keys used: None
To automatically adjust the controller bindings for the shift mechanism used by the currently selected car, all you have to do is modify the existing road.lfs, sequential.lfs and paddle.lfs as shown below.
Optionally you can also add re-bindings of whatever you want to use the free shifter/paddle buttons for. For example, when using the shifter unit, my right paddle acts as handbrake and the left one as horn, whereas when using the paddles, pulling the sequential stick is the handbrake and pushing sounds the horn. Doing this maximises the capabilities of the few easy-to-reach buttons on the G25; these re-bindings are not included in the example scripts.
/button 8 gear_1
/button 9 gear_2
/button 10 gear_3
/button 11 gear_4
/button 12 gear_5
/button 13 gear_6
/button 14 reverse