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    Add Steering Sensitivity To the Pit Stop Options for Qualifying

    All the cars have a specific feel which is great! However, it would be nice to adjust the Steering Sensitivity on the fly rather than exiting back out to the Main Menu every time. Not sure if people would want all the other options in there as well such as Braking and Clutch settings.

    Bump* if you would also want this.


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    Last edited by NickNukem; 14-05-2015 at 12:03.

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    It's annoying having to back out, same goes if you want to change an assist

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    ^^^ Map buttons to the assists so you can change them on track.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Prynne View Post
    ^^^ Map buttons to the assists so you can change them on track.
    Which is OK if you play the game on a PC, console users don't have enough buttons to map everything as it is.

    That's not a complaint as these can be changed by event.

    But having to back out of a session to change a camera, assist or anything in that menu is a little silly

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    Funny enough I was going to put 'unless you have run out of buttons.'
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    It would be nice to access the camera settings menu from the race menu also. For example changing the FOV without having to quit and back out to the main menu.

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    I'm going to update this and say that the Reliability of the setting you choose for the Steering Dead Zone and Sensitivity controls is questionable at best. I'll make adjustments and not even be able to tell a difference. To go to the extreme, i set everything to "0"...car still turned like a skittish gazelle. Had to push the setting back up to "100" load a race, then exit back out, turn it back down to "whatever" for the effect to be seen. I have now spent over an hour trying to get 1 car to behave decently.

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