I might as well open up that can of forms and come off as whiny, but I, love and behold, disagree! In my most subjective opinion the racing spirit was, at more than one occasion, dreadfully low. I quickly got used to having my rear bumper bumped (once off the track!) in T1, t-boned/dive bombed in the corkscrew as well as the following tight left hander. I, if I may say it myself, am experienced enough to know when I've been fairly beat, then I gladly make room and tip my hat to the person who overtook me, but loosing a position to someone who simply cut your line and push you out of the way spoils the fun and becomes very, very frustrating.
I am not a saint, Becky can vouch for this - But I really think we all could help to improve the fun and racing quality by trying to remember the basics of racing that this sim of ours has taught us!
With that off my chest,
Everyone! Thanks for another wonderful meet! I had loads of fun at the track as well as at Jason's! It's great to have been able to put a few more faces on the names from the forum and to have made another bunch of friends (I hope! ).
I will do my very best to attend more meets in the future!
Sorry, I cant really pay full attention to what is going on in the chat but if you PM the names I'll have a look. Me and Franky should be able to take care of whatever shenanigans people might come up with!
That could be arranged, theoretically. We've got all the equipment necessary to provide a live stream, at least from Jason's. But last year we had to go offline due to sub-par full duplex - A lot of people wanted to watch some live broadcast of a LFS race!
BS! Another typical example of someone clinging on to something the development team once said they would like to do. For years a lot of people have been complaining about the lack of communication from the developers - well, here's your answer to why they generally are being more in-communicative (this is also something that has already been explained in depth by Scawen).
The rally pack was first mentioned in 2005 or 2006. Get over it. Should it be released one day, fine, but there's no need to clutter the forum complaining about stuff like this over and over again.
Wow! That's one idiotic news article! Such a nice portrayal of war! I always thought the term "War Hero" was just something they used in war novels. No wonder so many people are volunteering to become a soldier, then.
The first time I was huddling in a bush and suddenly hear someone say "Take this!". I moved back and turned towards the direction of the sound and took a shot - But missed. The guy who was just right next to where I was killed me with his primary weapon within the fraction of a second. Then the same guy wrote a text message saying: "That's one dull knife!"
Later, I spotted a guy with an M95 not too far away, so I walked up behind him and stabbed him in the head. Nothing. I stabbed him again. Still nothing, He didn't even flinch. So I shot him with my primary ...
After those two incidents everything seemed to be back to normal. I took several dog tags yesterday without any issue. But there was (is?) definitely something funky going on with the stabbing.
Definitely sounds like a corrupt installer. But we can't be certain without an error message. I suggest re-downloading the installation package (preferably from a different mirror than the last time).
It's weird how Kunos & Co can't be bothered to spend just a tiny amount of money on a proper host. Personally, if I'm considering trying the demo of a product, but have to click on 3 or more links to get to the actual file, I might just not download it at all.
A torrent would be better than many of the current mirrors.