Discussion in 'Modding' started by Slow Motion, Oct 11, 2016.
Hello seems there is an issue on the display for the tool : Get Suspension Data from HDV & PM.
Thanks for the info!!
Just to inform the community that Chris has stopped any involvement (at least for several months) into any development and maintenance of the tool and also into any other activity regarding rFactor2. I shall follow the maintenance of the "Online tools" depending of my skills (uhmmm) and, in case of need you can try to contact me by PM, but I cannot assure any advanced help.
That is very sad news but also very understandable . A plan of action needs to be created to prevent losing access to his great work.
More people, more modding teams losing interest in rF2. I wonder why that is ?
sad news indeed, a great tool that i use often.I hope as mentioned above we can keep the existing version, alive.
No problem to keep it alive, as I said I'm following the maintenance and I'll continue to follow it...
thank you, Slow Motion, much appreciated.
As added to first post, Chris did some improvement to the tire size tools:
Update May 2019:
revised / harmonized / reworked tools for tire size needs
Improved the accuracy and usability of the Tire Resize and Conversion Tools:
1 tool has been replaced where you could upload 1 TGM and that did use the SizeMultiplier of the TGM to modify the tire size... now the tool is doing the same thing, but you can upload and modify more TGM files at the same time.
Another advantage is that you can quickly check the size of tires where the size is unknown.
The 3 tools are selectable when you click the button "3 Tools to change tire sizes and/or to convert from rFactor 1", that leads you to a new web page and also gives some short info.
We hope you will get some benefit and please, remember to use, in case of need, the email address shown into the main page of the web site!
many thanks to you both for updating this fantastic tool and for keeping us informed.
ty for improve those very usefull tools
Because of a request from a forum member that wanted to create an Update for an existing Mod, for private use, Chris has added a new tutorial that shows how that can be done.
There are more ways to do it, but this is the easiest way in his opinion.
The download link can be found on the bottom of the rFactor 2 Online Tools Website.
And here is a direct link:
How to create an Update of an existing Mod
More great tools thanks guys
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