[REL] rF2 Pedal Overlay Plugin

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  1. TechAde

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    I've just tested in build 798 and both 32-bit and 64-bit plugins work fine.

    Are you putting them into the correct folders?

    32-bit: Bin32\Plugins\rF2PedalOverlayPlugin.dll
    64-bit: Bin64\Plugins\rF2PedalOverlayPlugin_x64.dll
     
  2. yusupov

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    thx ade, id completely missed this.
     
  3. F3n3k

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    the same thing.
    I pu it in rfactor2/plugins and that's the problem

    now it's work

    Thanks a lot !!
     
  4. scalino

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    Hi

    Thanks TechAde for this precious tool, gonna eagerly try this tonight on my last settings to see how much/little I was close to the zone by my own feelings... ;)

    As a side question, I'm a software developer but rather used to Delphi IDEs than C++ VS/Eclipse/..., and I'd like to put my hands on the InternalPlugin.hpp thingy but my last attempt (with a fresh install of Eclipse Helios for C++) was a big fail partly because I'm really bad on the make file options and syntax...

    Would you know of a nice example I could find and start from, without having to mess too much with make file options...? (my B plan would be to translate the hpp file into Pascal language but it's another hell of a conundrum as my C++ directives' syntax lessons are very far behind...)

    now I know google is my friend, but still, nothing beats a neat example... :)
     
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  5. MaD_King

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    I think this can help you :
    http://isiforums.net/f/showthread.php/20419-TUTORIAL-Listen-UDP-trame-inside-rF2-plugin
    http://isiforums.net/f/showthread.php/20426-TUTORIAL-Send-UDP-trame-from-rF2-plugin
    http://isiforums.net/f/showthread.php/20429-TUTORIAL-Draw-Text-and-Image-from-rF2-plugin
     
  6. scalino

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  7. Gerald Jacobson

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    Use visual c++ 2012 express. So you will be able to compile the internal plugin example from ISI
     
  8. kaptainkremmen

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    and contact path? is it?
     
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    "Alt" + "="

    or

    in the Player.json

    "TGM Display":true,
    "TGM Display#":"Temporary variable",

    :)
     
  11. scalino

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    ok, cool, didn't know they had a free version of this... If it works as you said it should be what I needed then, thanks :)
     
  12. sgatke

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    This plugin used to work for me. However, after upgrading to build 798 and downloading version 11 of the Pedaloverlay plugin, I don't get any graphs on the screen.
    rFactor 2 is running as 64bit version. The 2 DLL-files are extracted to \rfactor2\plugins.
    There are already 2 other DLL-files present in that location, they are called TrackIR_rF2_Plugin.dll and TrackIR_rF2_Plugin_x64.dll, so I would expect the location to be the right one.

    I have tried pressing G in-game, but that disables hardware plugins.
    Any ideas on what to try?

    For what it is worth, I am running Windows 8.1 64-bit.

    Cheers
    Simon
     
  13. TechAde

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    Check post #161
     
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    Thank you TechAde - this fixed it :)
     
  15. Frankalexandre

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    Plugin is working but i cant move it to make full visible. I can see only the throtle and ffb graphs. I tried to add the file rF2PedalOverlayPlugin.ini to the plugin directory but still cant move it. If i run the plugin without the ini on that folder a new file is not created. I am using the 64 bit version. Help?

    [General]
    OverlayEnabled=True
    OffsetX=0
    OffsetY=1015
    BarWidth=12
    BarHeight=50
    DetailedLog=False
    FilteredInputs=True
     
  16. TechAde

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    The ini is in UserData, wherever that may live on your system.
     
  17. Frankalexandre

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    Yep...i missed the location. Thanks.
     
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    Thank you!!!
     
  19. Backmarker

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    +1 from this rFactor2 newb

    Is there an easy way to move the overlay screen position similar to iracing or assetto corsa? I see a post above and not being computer-knowledgeable it makes no sense to me! sorry!
    :p
     
  20. Flatspotter

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    I love this plugin, but I get inaccurate timings (says I'm >10 seconds faster than I am) and lots of toggling between plus and minus times after a few laps. I'm using 798, 32-bit.
     

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