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Removing your car in the rearview mirror.

Post by Not Racing on 25th September 2014, 15:42

If you go to your profile folder, edit your PLR file.  find the following:

"Self In Cockpit Rearview="15" // add values for any that should be visible (0=none): 1=rear wing & wheels, 2=body & susp, 4=cockpit, 8=steering wheel (15=all)"

Change  "Self In Cockpit Rearview="15"   to  "Self In Cockpit Rearview="0"

start game.  Smile

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Re: Removing your car in the rearview mirror.

Post by Christo Nieuwoudt on 25th September 2014, 18:19

Gert, with both settings at "0" I can still see some wings or something in my rear view mirror of my Audi GT1 car. Any ideas?

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Post by Not Racing on 26th September 2014, 07:21

[quote="Christo Nieuwoudt"]Gert, with both settings at "0" I can still see some wings or something in my rear view mirror of my Audi GT1 car. Any ideas?[/quote]
What you mean both, you only make the 1 change.  Was the game running when you made the change Christo?
I had a look, make sure you did do it correctly & saved it,  Check this links as it confirms that it works. I did do it, & it works. I tested on the clio's & you know you can allmost not see anything out of them.

[url=http://www.racedepartment.com/threads/gsc-2013-mirrors-query.76217/]http://www.racedepartment.com/threads/gsc-2013-mirrors-query.76217/[/url]

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Post by Christo Nieuwoudt on 26th September 2014, 16:16

It is fixed Gert, thanks. While reading on RD site, I came across these settings and changed them as such in my PLR file.
AMAZING, you must give it a go
Make a copy of your PLR file and change the following settings:
Look Up/Down Angle="0.40000"
Leanahead Angle="1.00000" // TILT HEAD ON ANGLE
Look Roll Angle="0.90000"
Glance Angle="0.90000"
Lookahead Angle="0.35000" // TURN HEAD HORIZONTALLY
Head Physics="1.00000" // HEAD BOB
Head Rotation="1.00000"
Exaggerate Yaw="0.80000"

Seat Adjustment Aft="0.10000"
Seat Adjustment Up="0.00000"
Vertical FOV Angle="57"

Drive the car and see for yourself. AWESOME. Maybe a bit overdone if you turn very sharp though!! Never knew you can have movement like this....

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Post by Not Racing on 27th September 2014, 00:05

[quote="Christo Nieuwoudt"]It is fixed Gert, thanks. While reading on RD site, I came across these settings and changed them as such in my PLR file.
[b]AMAZING, you must give it a go[/b]
Make a copy of your PLR file and change the following settings:
Look Up/Down Angle="0.40000"
Leanahead Angle="1.00000" // TILT HEAD ON ANGLE
Look Roll Angle="0.90000"
Glance Angle="0.90000"
Lookahead Angle="0.35000" // TURN HEAD HORIZONTALLY
Head Physics="1.00000" // HEAD BOB
Head Rotation="1.00000"
Exaggerate Yaw="0.80000"

Seat Adjustment Aft="0.10000"
Seat Adjustment Up="0.00000"
Vertical FOV Angle="57"

Drive the car and see for yourself. AWESOME. Maybe a bit overdone if you turn very sharp though!! Never knew you can have movement like this....[/quote]

I tried the head movement some time ago, motion sickness.

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