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Yes Desert road so far is the best form those crappy mod tracks
My record -
*Don't forget to check that side road on the right where the electric line starts
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The Eastern Creek Raceway is laser scanned, right?
The original rFactor one was, yes. ( Well, it was called "Eastern Creek Laser" and was pretty bumpy anyway )

The convert to AC is very basic and the bumps are too exaggerated. It's still my second favourite mod track after Joux Plane though
Is there any chance to get these tracks without registering in some random websites?
In AC forum?
any link that i dont have to sign in?
Quote from DratsaB :...and the bumps are too exaggerated

Agree on that part, it's bumpier then average Latvian country road, race track can't be that bumpy, maybe after some earthquake.
Shit conversions all done without the original authors permission. Exactly the sort of shit I really hoped we wouldn't see in AC.
Quote from The Moose :Shit conversions all done without the original authors permission. Exactly the sort of shit I really hoped we wouldn't see in AC.

And the reason why LFS doesn't officially support mods. These crappy conversions are lowering the overall quality of the game, it will be soon full of drifterzzz and cruizerzzz with huge spoilerzzzz
Quote from NitroNitrous :And the reason why LFS doesn't officially support mods. These crappy conversions are lowering the overall quality of the game, it will be soon full of drifterzzz and cruizerzzz with huge spoilerzzzz

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You don't need to use any of them, just wait until the good stuff turns up. Not supporting modding is the worst thing you can do in any type of sim.

Those horrible tracks have all been made (converted without permission) by the same person, with unofficial blender exporter tools that are far from optimal.
Quote from NitroNitrous :And the reason why LFS doesn't officially support mods. These crappy conversions are lowering the overall quality of the game, it will be soon full of drifterzzz and cruizerzzz with huge spoilerzzzz

That's the stupidest thing I've read all day. And I've been on reddit all day...
They remind me of some of the worst gpl tracks. Not even worth the small effort to install. It is surprising how low people will set their standards just because they have irl circuit names.... ....And are sneaky free hack tracks. If anything else in AC was anywhere close to being this shocking nobody would touch it and there would be uproar.
Hay AC experts....I have posted a question on the AC forums, but as I am new, not sure if it will get seen, so I thought I would post it here as well, as at least I know I will get an answer here

http://www.assettocorsa.net/fo ... eads/triple-screens.8984/

That is the the thread, but this is the post:

I have looked around the forum, and all I find is "compare" not a this is how you do it.

I have a GTX 750ti, using the DVI and VGA, and also the onboard Intel VGA to have triple screens. Does AC support this??

I saw a youtube vid, telling me to edit the video.ini file to the resolution I wanted, which I took this from LFS, as LFS works, but AC only displayed on my 2nd screen.

Here is my setup

Screen 1: Max res 1440 x 900 Wide (DVI) ( centre screen)
Screen 2 Max res 1600 x 900 Wide (vga) (right hand screen)
Screen 3 Max res 1600 x 900 Wide (vga and Onboard Intel GFX) (left hand screen)

Any help / advice is gratefully received

Fordie
I don't remember exactly how I did it, but when I was on my PLP setup I set AC to run windowed fullscreen (single screen mode selected from AC) and edited that .ini file. Doing triple screens in a window means no bezel correction, but still better than nothing and atleast it should work.

AFAIK that 750 Ti should support triple screens natively though? Need to be same res for Nvidia surround support though.
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Quote from NitroNitrous :And the reason why LFS doesn't officially support mods.

And the reason why LFS is dying.
With modding you do get lots of bad stuff and the good quality stuff is rarer. Everyone who knows rfactor knows the good cars especially are rare. With tracks it gets easier simply because messing up a track badly is almost impossible if the maker has driven his own track. A track is all about geometry, textures and execution. Everyone who has ever done a track for rfactor with btb for example knows that it only really takes time.

But still even if with modding 60% of all the stuff that is released is unusable bad, 20% is okayish and 17% is good and 3% is awesome I'd say it is still absolutely worth it. The good content alone makes it totally worth the effort. Saying modding is not worth it is a bit like saying youtube is bad thing because there is so much bad quality stuff there.

Modding would have saved lfs.
Like wot ?

So, the whole steam workshop idea of user added mods is worthless ?

So, every mod of a game is pointless ?

What sad planet are you from ?

User mods are an important part of most games, look at the graphic mods to LFS, are they often an improvement to the original ?
Grow up and open your eyes, there are many awesome track mods, Power and Glory mods, I can race nearly all NZ tracks plus several different years of Bathurst. Joux Plane track for AC ?, that's awesome. RBR tracks, some are so-so, but many are great !

Haters got to hate, but don't expect not to be flamed for being an idiot.........
So looking forward to multiplayer, then I might finally uninstall LFS from my HDD.
never uninstall LFS. i havent touched it for many years,but hope dies last. scawen said they make things we will LIKE
Quote from R3DMAN :corrected for you

When LFS ceases to have leagues which pull full grids of cars, then it'll be dead.

Until then, it's not.
Quote from R3DMAN :(some random moaning about dead etc)

There are currently 75 drivers taking part in Cityliga race in 3 servers. Must be zombies...

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