Running single player race with AI from command line

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  1. roszman

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    Hi,

    as in title. Is it possible to run single player race with AI from command line? with AI talent files, specific track and such?
    Also is it possible to write your own mod for UI? like additional section/screen and run races from there?
     
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    :) can you point me to some resources? source code or something?
     
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    I could, but given that I'm struggling badly to understand a lot of what I've written I don't think it would help! It's one of those software projects that got completely out of hand :oops:

    It is quite straightforward to run single player race with AI from the command line, it started to get messy when I tried to control which car, track and opponents were in the race.

    From ....\Steam\steamapps\common\rFactor 2
    Code:
    Bin64\rFactor2.exe  +singleplayer +path=.
     
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    not obviously written code would be better than nothing ;) unless it's closed source...
     
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    so this:
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    Bin64\rFactor2.exe  +singleplayer +path=.
    will just run last scenario? And it's difficult to play with rf2 data files (to create your own scenario)?

    I wonder if new UI (html based?) will open some more options.
     

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