[REL] rF2 Pedal Overlay Plugin

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  1. Nelson

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    Put them in the "plugins" sundirectory of your rfactor2 Core data path

    e.g. mine is "C:\Games\rfactor2 Core\Plugins\"
     
  2. TechAde

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    In the Plugins folder inside wherever you installed the rF2 core files.

    Edit: Too slow!
     
  3. Gearjammer

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    Do they go in the core folder now instead of just in the plugin folder? I ask because I had the older version working by placing the files in the rfactor2\plugins folder not rfactor2\core\plugins.

    EDIT: Just checked, the plugin still works by installing in the normal plugins folder and not the core location.
     
  4. grubyc

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    Thanks nelson and techade.
     
  5. Flatspotter

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    I finally got this working. All I did was add a plugin for SymProjects' boards. :confused:
     
  6. evphelps

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    Yay!
    The new version works for me,thanks Techade ;)
     
  7. Mydriaz

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    Thank you very much for this new release !
     
  8. SLuisHamilton

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    ha ha
     
  9. Gearjammer

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    Something of a request for a future update, but would it be possible to get an output file on the ffb to show average and max for the session? Would make it easier to have a look at a file and see what you couldn't see because you were racing. Just having it in % numbers would be good as the raw numbers probably wouldn't mean a lot to a lot of guys (me :))
     
  10. TechAde

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    Sure, that should be easy enough to add.

    Out of interest the forceValue passed into the ForceFeedback API function is already a percentage in the rF2 version of the API, if I remember correctly.
     
  11. I will add it again with the last build! Very useful! Thanks a lot! ;)
     
  12. [NAR]Steve

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    Any chance we will get an option to make it disappear when we don't want to see it? ( Like when making videos or screenshots? )
     
  13. Gearjammer

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    There is already an option in rF2 for that Steve, by default if you press the G key you will enable or disable plugin's and that is all you need to do.
     
  14. [NAR]Steve

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    I tried that, but it stays on my screen....
     
  15. Gearjammer

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    Are you trying it live or in a replay? If in a replay, then that is a recording and you can't remove it once it is there.
     
  16. TechAde

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    I'm not sure that's true as a replay doesn't record what's on the screen but the vehicle states.

    Earlier in this thread:

    I believe this will be why the plugin can't be turned on and off using the G key as it's not a hardware plugin.
     
  17. Old Hat

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    This isn't working in the replays for me. It only appears at all in 'quick replay' mode on track. but even then the bars aren't doing anything.
     
  18. Nibo

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    It is not supposed to work in replay. rF2 does not provide such possibility (maybe yet).
     
  19. Old Hat

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    Ah! OK thanks. It's working perfectly then. :)
     
  20. DrR1pper

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    Fantastic little plugin, thanks TechAde!
     

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