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Pedro_Berg.vd




Dabei seit: Juni 2005
Herkunft: Holland
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Zitat:
Original von Olaf Lehmann
I have createt a better pribluda.dll. It should work with:
ogl old rasterizer
oglv2
direct3d new rasterizer (v2).


Thanks for the effort Olaf.

With the new pribluda GPL don't crach any more
Pitty, I cant see a thing
even after 2 hour trying testing changing copying

I have put back my old pribluda and it stayes that way!

Nevertheless thanks for creating and helping

(edit) I use GPL v1.3 with OpenGLV2 and D3D Rasteriser V2, pribluda 1.1.1.0


Greetings from a fast Meercat

29.08.2013, 23:25  
Olaf Lehmann




Dabei seit: September 2006
Herkunft: Lichtenstein
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Hi Pedro!

Zitat:
Pitty, I cant see a thing


You can't see anything? It means you see nothing. No tire temps, laptimes, etc?

Hmm, I have testet it all at my computer with version 1.2.0.2. and 1.3. with the three rasterizers and all work.

In this case I have only one idea:
Now you find in the directory a file enablepribluda.xml. Please put these file into your GEM+ Options folder.
Change the pribluda.dll and PRIBLUDA.ini (like Readme says).
Now start GEM+, click (additional to pitstop) enablepribluda, start GPL...and see what happens.


Work the changed pribluda for other people, except me?

Best regards
Olaf

30.08.2013, 14:43  
Pedro_Berg.vd




Dabei seit: Juni 2005
Herkunft: Holland
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Zitat:
Original von Olaf Lehmann
enablepribluda.xml. Please put these file into your GEM+ Options folder.
Olaf


I have tryed that already and it didnt work.

Zitat:
Original von Olaf Lehmann
Hmm, I have testet it all at my computer with version 1.2.0.2. and 1.3.


This is getting more and more a puzzle.
Looking with 'GPLinspector" I have a 1.2.0.2
version but the "pitstop 1202.xml" won't work

I have enough time in it to get it working Olaf, I am very sorry for you, I appriciate your work

30.08.2013, 21:56  
Fabian Casula




Dabei seit: Oktober 2008
Herkunft: Switzerland
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I did the thing with the BB value from 5 to 0 but the values left/right still diverge very, very little in a (random?) fashion.

btw. can't this alteration not be in steps of tenths? the hundredths make me nervous and imho it's sort of hard to adjust AND read the BB value.

***

the tyre temperatures are still back to 22° but I think that has to do with pribluda itself and not with your patch.
guess I have to investigate this myself.

***

imho the impact of the "dirt" is way too prominent.
once in the dirt, it feels like it's not about driving the car anymore but about making the temperatures "back even" again without further spinning.
it's added challenge alright, but it gets sort of aggravating tbh.

31.08.2013, 17:40  
Olaf Lehmann




Dabei seit: September 2006
Herkunft: Lichtenstein
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Yes, Fabian the dirt effect is very hard, especially at a track like east london with many chances to go in the dirt.
I think for today the importants thing is to stay on the road, not in the dirt.
I problem is that the tire temperatures needs to much time to normalize.
I promise to make the dirt effect in the next weeks realistic. Unfortunately I havn't the time to make it clear for today.

Zitat:
I did the thing with the BB value from 5 to 0 but the values left/right still diverge very, very little in a (random?) fashion.


I know it's a little bit at the beginning. I had the same problem at the first days of testing. Now I can change the BB from left to back to right without problems.
You should have in mind to take the buttons for BB only very careful (nur kurz antippen), the changing is not randomly, but a bit fast.
If you feel with it at the moment it's a good idea to set the value from 5 to 0.



To draw 56 not 56.0 is very difficult, at the moment I see no possibility.

It seems so that pribluda works for you?


Some indications and warnings to all for the evening:

Think about it: You can't refueling
Impress where is your pit. Maybe you should drive to your pit in the quali as a test for the race.
I programm a new button of my steering wheel with "Pits Out". I will send it when I drive into the last corner. I think it would be good if all do so.
Think about it: If you raise your arm the brake ballance would be changing. Also...During the race don't put "Space"
or "C" on your keyboard.

Greetings
Olaf

See U later

31.08.2013, 18:14  
Carsten Theile




Dabei seit: Februar 2006
Herkunft: Dresden
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Zitat:
Original von Carsten Theile
code:
lane_bounds_dlong = 3100 3910 ; start/end dlong of the pit lane
lane_bounds_dlat = -18.0 8.0 ; start/end dlat of the pit lane

^ Values marked blue are recommended, the one marked red is not. (Still, use at your own risk, haha )

Having the board appear after 3100 meters gave me a distorted texture on the board. Having it appear after 3400m gave me a black board without the driver's name on it. Could be related to draw distances or something.
So, I'm back to "lane_bounds_dlong = 3675 3910" now. However, I'm going to stick with "lane_bounds_dlat = -18.0 8.0" (which will make the board pop up when on the grid or driving past the pits for the first time after a pit stop).

Kind regards,
Carsten

31.08.2013, 19:25  
Fabian Casula




Dabei seit: Oktober 2008
Herkunft: Switzerland
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I'll stick to the 3100.
I don't think the white noise has any effect.
anyway, i can always go back.

****

"C" and "Space"???
what does that do? (is it default for lift arm and pitboard? because I have these set to my wheel for ages)
that's new information to me, that I'm not supposed to press these.

31.08.2013, 19:41  
Harald_Podzielny




Dabei seit: Januar 2006
Herkunft: Essen/NRW
1400 Beiträge
   

War bis vor einer halben Stunde noch auf einer Feier.Habe eben erst richtig getestet,mit neuem Setup-sorry.

update

1:20.569

31.08.2013, 19:48  
Carsten Theile




Dabei seit: Februar 2006
Herkunft: Dresden
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Zitat:
Original von Fabian Casula
I'll stick to the 3100.
I don't think the white noise has any effect
A white-ish board in front of a white wall is hard to see

31.08.2013, 19:59  
Olaf Lehmann




Dabei seit: September 2006
Herkunft: Lichtenstein
2167 Beiträge
   

Zitat:
"C" and "Space"???

Keine Panki, Fabian.

Ist nur für die, die die Bremsballance nicht nutzen, weil sie kein Pribluda haben.
Das ist die Standardbelegung für Armheben und die zweite Taste., an die die Bremsballanceverstellung angeschlossen ist.

P.S.: Bei mir stimmt irgendwas mit VROC nicht. Ich lande scheinbar im falschen Chatroom, sehe nur Claudio:..

31.08.2013, 20:35  
Carsten Theile




Dabei seit: Februar 2006
Herkunft: Dresden
3884 Beiträge
   

alle sind da, hm. und wir sehen euch.

als ob der raum 2 mal existiere...

übernimmst du den serverstart oder ich?

31.08.2013, 20:40  
Carsten Theile




Dabei seit: Februar 2006
Herkunft: Dresden
3884 Beiträge
   

*start*

31.08.2013, 20:47  
Carsten Theile




Dabei seit: Februar 2006
Herkunft: Dresden
3884 Beiträge
   

no PW

31.08.2013, 20:53  
Olaf Lehmann




Dabei seit: September 2006
Herkunft: Lichtenstein
2167 Beiträge
   

Also, mit dem Chat das ist eigenartig, war schon das letzte Mal.
Ich kann euch lesen, sogar wenn ich in einen anderen Chatroom geh wir grid_a.
Aber bei euch kommt scheinbar nix an was ich schreibe.
Rechts in dem kleinen Fenster steht meistens nur mein Name.

Wegen Pribluda Fabian: Ich hab auf die schnelle versucht noch ein Pribluda hinzukriegen, dass so ziemlich bei jedem funktioniert. Dabei ist mir ein kleiner Fehler unterlaufen. Der bewirkt genau dasn was du beschreibst, Offline gehts, aber online stehen bei BB Zahlen wie 8789157987489 oder so.
Ich hatte den Fehler kurz nach dem Posten bemerkt und die Sache behoben. Scheinbar hast du in der Zwischenzeit das Ding schon runtergeladen.
Du müsstest also nochmal runterladen und die pribluda.dll austauschen, dann gehts, Off- und Online.

MfG Olaf

P.S.: Hab ich Dirs aber gegeben am Ende. Naja, vielleicht lags an der verstellbaren Bremsballance...

31.08.2013, 23:52  
   
   

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