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Partial Throttle #347

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ghost opened this Issue Jul 30, 2015 · 8 comments

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ghost commented Jul 30, 2015

To make RoR more realistic, there should be 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% throttle modes so you don't spin everywhere in a powerful car.

Then those with keyboards can drive normally without a controller.

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Yeap, that would be very useful.

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tritonas00 commented Jul 30, 2015

Yeap, that would be very useful.

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Don't know what the best way to implement this would be... either add a keyboard bind for each percentage or make a up/down throttle like on airplanes.
Of course another solution is to have a 'force TCS on all vehicles' option, if that's possible.

Olius commented Aug 3, 2015

Don't know what the best way to implement this would be... either add a keyboard bind for each percentage or make a up/down throttle like on airplanes.
Of course another solution is to have a 'force TCS on all vehicles' option, if that's possible.

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ghost Aug 3, 2015

Maybe just an extra key that toggles between the different throttle modes.

ghost commented Aug 3, 2015

Maybe just an extra key that toggles between the different throttle modes.

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What do you think of including a toggleable ESP feature? This could make driving easier in general and may also help keyboard users.

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Hiradur commented Sep 26, 2015

What do you think of including a toggleable ESP feature? This could make driving easier in general and may also help keyboard users.

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ghost Sep 26, 2015

What exactly do you mean by that?

ghost commented Sep 26, 2015

What exactly do you mean by that?

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_stability_control

Thinking about this further, partial throttle should still be implemented for keyboard users though.

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Hiradur commented Sep 26, 2015

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_stability_control

Thinking about this further, partial throttle should still be implemented for keyboard users though.

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ghost Sep 26, 2015

Oh, it's different from partial throttle. But yeah, I agree. Both of these are good features to implement.

ghost commented Sep 26, 2015

Oh, it's different from partial throttle. But yeah, I agree. Both of these are good features to implement.

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ghost Jan 31, 2016

Ooh, when will the next update com out?

ghost commented Jan 31, 2016

Ooh, when will the next update com out?

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