Skins that teams create are intended for team members only. Likewise for someone who spends time and effort creating a skin for their own personal use.
So don't be surprised if people don't like you using their skins, it is better to ask first and get their permission. There's not alot they can do to MAKE you stop using them, apart from make your life harder with kicking, banning etc.
There are skins that people create for public use, check out Master Skinnerz
Remember that if you where watching others online, you are only getting 4 updates per second and the steering wheel position isn't smoothed between these updates. It might have appeared as an instant change in position, but probably not as bad as first thought.
So you have something like this?
Then you create a form & subform, with the form linked to Sales table, and subform linked to Sales Purchases table.
As soon as you leave the 'Item code' field in the subform, it should grab the Description for you.
edit: tried it myself and found something missing. Need a query linking Products to Sale Purchases. This is the source data for the subform
edit2: hmm, not working for me. Still working on it...
Shouldn't need to use 'after update' event procedure.
You've built your tables; sales, items, and stock codes (or similar).
Have you defined the relationship between a field in these tables? - one of the icons on the menu when looking at tables/quieres/forms (sorry, Access not installed here, working from memory)
Sales to items is a one-to-many relationship using 'Sale ID' field. Items to stock codes is a many-to one-relationship using 'Item Code' field.
This relationship will underly all use of these tables, regardless of the quieries and forms used, and should grab the relevent data from associated records.
I like the look of the car shaped seat (in first post), but is it made well?
I've got a similar posh office car (about £90 from Staples). I lower it to the bottom and I keep it tilted back for racing by jamming a wooden door-stop underneath.
I want to figure out a way to raise and tilt my pedals next.
edit: I meant 'similar posh office chair', not 'car'. oops
Same as for any analogue input:-
Options > Controls > Axes / FF
Your gamepad will need to have 'Throttle/Brake axes' set to combined near the top of the menu. Move your right analogue stick forward and back and note it's position being reported in the list of 'Available Axes'
Click 'Thr / brk Combined' then the axes of choice.
Best give it a recal as well while you're there.
The wreckers must surely realise next time they try and access the CCUK server why they are banned. Does it state during connecting that they are banned, or is just 'not connnected'?
They probably thought they had got away with it because they evaded banning at the time, muhahahahahahaha!
I'm surprised that no-one from your team has signed up for the upcoming ESL UK league. http://www.esl-europe.net/uk/lfs/errc/
Open to UK and Ireland racers. Would be good to have BRT represented in this league. Good things are planned for LFS at ESL
Give it some consideration, signup deadline Wed 25 Jan.
What you need is this stuff fitted on the back of your desk - slotted cable trunking. Easy to add and remove cables, and I got this cut-off from work
Need some for behind the telly now!
(sorry about the crappy camera-phone pictures)
Just the way I see it, Danowat. I was capable of getting decent times with my analogue gamepad, but I would regularly mess up at least 1 turn. (this was back in 2003).
Got a wheel and it helped me to be consistently fast.
You can hold down the button for your gear-change (or paddle with my wheel) which keeps it in neutral until you let go. Sometimes handy down the straights, as pointed out above, when running low on fuel