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Apps AccelTest 2.1

Car performance measurements (0-100, 0-200, 80-120, 100-0, quarter mile, etc.)

  1. PanaRace970 submitted a new resource:

    AccelTest - Car performance measurements (0-100, 0-200, 80-120, 100-0, quarter mile, etc.)

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  2. Very nice app.Thanks
     
  3. Manuel Staedel

    Manuel Staedel
    Premium

    I dont' find it. The dev-apps are enabled.
    I have got activate it in the assetto-setting, too.
     
  4. Manuel, did you check mark it also in the general settings?
    Dev apps are not needed for it...
     
  5. Esotic

    Esotic
    Premium

    This looks pretty cool. How come there's no demo video on the overview page?
     
  6. Very nice app. But is it just me or does the app block one from setting 'new personal best' times in AC in any given car? And if so, can it be fixed? It would become a really strong and useful tool then. And of course if the data in any way could be stored, it would be great. As it is now, you're not able to see the data, unless you're racing. Thanks anyway for an exiting app.
     
  7. Hmmm... I don't see how it could block the personal best. Maybe you had been in practice mode (which doesn't set personal best)?
    The data should be stored in the app directory in the Data subfolder. There is a text file for each car but looks like something broke here. The values aren't stored. I'll look into it.
     
  8. No, actually i'm not in practice mode, but i have this huge drag 1000 m tournament going for my self, where i set up all my cars to dragrace each other. For fun, yes, but also to record their 1 km times, so I later can set up more competitive race elsewhere. It's therefore essential to me to keep personal best times. And it is affirmative, that AccelTest somehow blocks - or neglets - the recording of best times. As I've said, AccelTest is a tremendous tool. just needs the little last twerking. :)