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    How to script ffb custom settings txt files

    Is there a manual on how to write ffb scripts.

    Especially, what about variables, commands, structure, if/else etc. ?

    So you give us the possibility to write our own ffb script, but leaves it as a mystery.

    can someone help?

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    Mr. Ian Bell, please, for sure you can do something to let the team release a little manual, spreadsheet or what ever. Main thing, it explains all existing commands and variables. pls
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    I agree, leaving us the possibilities to write our own script but without explaining the variables is actually worse than pcars 1's ffb menu imo

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    I would Love to get the answer to this
    I asked this same Question several times... I dont think it will be shared because the secret to this is like motto from the movie "Highlander" <---Google it.

    if this secret is shared it will be Glory for All and Not for just 1.

    With the v2.5 the FFB is Great as is Not perfect but Really Good so i havent spent time reverse engineering the Custom FFB tweeker file to figure it out because it looks very complex --> But once they release a Tweeker file Note Sheet explaining what does what im all in!!!
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    The version you uploaded is different to the one we have got atm...
    The scripts are different.

    I guess you got it from the excel file uploaded by she.robot right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pakhooooo View Post
    The version you uploaded is different to the one we have got atm...
    The scripts are different.

    I guess you got it from the excel file uploaded by she.robot right?
    Yep, from robo girl, I didn't upload anything, it's a direct link from that spreadsheet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_WOT View Post
    Yep, from robo girl, I didn't upload anything, it's a direct link from that spreadsheet.
    Yea... the problem is they don't match up each other, and some of the description are pretty blurry....

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    Thank you Andrew. I already knew this spreadsheet. It's not complete and therefore not useful at all.

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    Is someone able to tell more about this function and what it exactly does?
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    (split <lo scale> <md scale> <hi scale> <lo/md ref time> <md/hi ref time>)
    I think for myself, it does split the low, mid and high forces from each other and fade them together through the defined ref time.

    But how long is 1.0? 1000ms 100ms 1ms or what?

    And what are the max and min values for scale? Maybie, 0.0 = 0% and 1.0 = 100% ?

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