Discussion in 'Vehicles' started by UnitedRacingDesign, Apr 4, 2013.
Oh ok, that maybe the skin pack I tried to install, I'll go and try 1.8 again.
The 880 ModManager can't handle the SkinPack 1.81. So if you wanna install the SkinPack, you need to use a ModManager lower than 880. You only need to start an older ModManager .exe.
Yeh, as RoWo says, the mod manager from b880 has some kind of problem with the way it does upgrades etc so if you use the mod manager from say b860 or something it should upgrade and install the skin packs.
Hmm, I never got 1.81
I`m not at my sim rig atm so can`t check this but iirc v1.81 is the skinpacks.
Because of the online missmatch (most URD EGT vmods use 1.80) I uninstalled the 1.81 because of this I was not aware it does not work with build 880.
Sry folks was for me also new ^^
How does the 1.81 even work online? I've tried creating vmods with it and it doesn't work for me...
Wouldn't this update problem be worked-around the same as the Thruxton update was in the Thruxton track thread. You install the original, copy that folder out of the Installed/Locations folder. Install the update, then copy the saved original folder back in? Don't remember the exact course of action but it works for updating in B880.
Sure, but I talk from experience way before 880...
so ... yourself
It's funny, I have sort of the opposite problem. I can't make my discs glowing, even when punishing the brakes. I have set own detail and special effects to full. Is ther anything else I can do to test it?
Not sure, but maybe it`s missing during replay only?
I have tried now both in replay and in-game to look at a car from the side, and even at ~900 degree Celcius, the discs still don't glow. I have no problem getting the ISI Corvette C6 GT2 and Camaro GT3 discs glowing. I am using version 1.8 of the Endu mod package.
Hey Ales, I'm testing the EGT mod with our latest version of the Nordschleife and I see a lot of z-fighting in the bumper area of the cars. It seems to be a common problem for large tracks (ethone has the same problem at Le Mans). It looks worst in cockpit view, so I checked the cam file for the cars and figured out that the front clip planes are very low.
Can you modify this in the next update? The higher the better.
Sure, any numbers that work best?
@MHansen i will check on that, not sure there was some time ago i think that brakeglow didnt work but i could be wrong so i leaved that out. Will recheck and edit those for next update.
Thanks for the quick response.
Here is what I have (tested with all cars). It's not perfect, but in my opinion the best compromise. Maybe ISI can increase the precision in future updates.
Any bugs came up or so with latest rF2 build?
This funny backfire graphics on the T5 are allready known?
Just got report on that to. I didnt check it yet. But i will remove that part in next update.
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