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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by RACECAR, Nov 6, 2018.
I was watching Akagi's stream and I noticed the penalty notification looks different now.
Below only on FIA cup only for now, it for penalty with specific stop area
I was just about to post this...
Also, when you 'duplicate on reverse' it's flipping it horizintally (If decal permits) at least, it is for me atm.
And did I miss this from before?
- Add decal before/after
Very nice if duplicate on reverse also flips
The "add one below/above" has been there from the start though, have used it alot actually
"Replace decal" is new
Definitely been there since release, though it appears they've slightly changed the names.
Oh dear, I've missed a trick there!
This old dog has just learnt something new today.
It's quite a handy little tool!
There's a lot less "brand logo" in livery stickers than before : only one screen (A-Z) instead of 3 (A-E) (F - O) (P - Z) ! Lots of brand stickers have disapear (but there are some new I guess too)
Is it from 1.29 or was it before ?
Is it possible that you were making livery for a Ferrari? Ferrari is very limited when it comes to livery editing and has only a fraction of decals available to use.
NIce to see the 22B gets a variable centre diff.
So why dont other 4wd cars also get the same?
Yeah I noticed that and wondered the same thing.
The WRX STI Type S '14 does have a variable centre diff, and so does the Gr.B cars.
Thats it ! Thanks ! Sorry for the mistake
So far, only the new tracks appear to have improved AI cornering speed. Compared to the older tracks, like: Mount Panorama, Imola, Tokyo Expressway, where AI seem to have not changed. That's what I'm finding.
I went to tune my Viper GT4 today and noticed it described the gearbox as being a "Non-synchronous sequential gearbox" or "Fully-customisable non-synchronous sequential gearbox". Maybe it was like this before, and I haven't checked a road car to see if they list the gearbox as something else (i.e. h-pattern) but it felt like a change to me.
Part of the official patch notes.
That is something I really appreciate. How many characters now? Has been 20 before.
64 I think.
I'd call this a bug fix more than an undocumented change but here goes anyway.
Earlier, in the livery editor, when you were selecting wheels or painting the car in a special colour and wanted to move the camera with the left stick (and one of the L buttons, no idea which thanks to muscle memory) it would also change the wheel/paint selection. Not anymore.
I found the St. Croix C race easier in terms of clean race. They're so slow through the longer corners you can really just wait for a decent opportunity. It's only the last car that will pose a problem.
I like the way the liveries are nationally themed in these races.
Imola? which version of the game do you have and where can I get a copy?
Hey guys !
The spectator mode in lobby is "fixed" :
-> Replay feature works again (I automatically crashed with the previous update when I used it) + you don't see the red point in the top left corner of your screen when you activate it !
-> When a driver is going to the pit-stop and is changing compounds, the tyres indicator is updated (from hard to mediums for example).
What is the replay function and how does it work? Have never been on the spectating end in a lobby
I think he is refering to Interlagos..
May not be new but now you can check the pings of opponent players in FIA races. When you're in the menu, select a player, press triangle and the little pop menu will have an additional option to select.
I saw this shocker in my race last night
That connection makes me physically sick....
Please dont play online if your ping is higher than 150ms. It sucks for everyone!
Not sure I'm all that happy with this (or at least its current implementation) as there's no way of removing colours from the history and you can end up with lots of useless or duplicated colours from trying to mix an exact shade
It certainly messes with my OCD knowing there's now colours in a liveries' history that aren't actually used in the livery itself.