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Assetto Corsa quick start button ??

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by prekop racing, Dec 19, 2016.

  1. prekop racing

    prekop racing

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    Hey guys wondering if you know a quick way to start racing (without clicking on the wheel icon on the top left corner of the in-game menu ) when you start/restart session on AC? Maybe a keyboard shortcut (so i can map it on the wheel). I just know the “CRTL + O” for restarting the session , but not for actually starting it. I have the oculus cv1 and its kind of tedious especially if a friend is playing , every session start/restart I ask them look up and left so i can click on the wheel.

    Thanks in advance, have great day !!
     
  2. june

    june

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    up
     
  3. Mumaransa

    Mumaransa

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    Hello, you can try this:

    In-game Keyboard Shortcuts Extension

    Using "Start" and "Teleport to pit position and setup screen is shown" on the wheel with SLI Max Manager, work great.
     
  4. xopotl

    xopotl

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    If you're willing to use Content Manager for AC (it's an amazing app, I use it all the time) there's a setting for "automatically starting the race" when you enter the session. It bypasses the whole thing.
    The only issue with it is that, when you're effecively starting a race, the other cars have mostly left the grid by the time you're well and good in the session. :O_o:
     
  5. Insert Coin

    Insert Coin

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    You can use JoyToKey to map a button on your wheel to a mouse action: move the mouse to the wheel icon and press the left mouse button. That's what I use. I have also mapped a button to exit the race. Very convenient. To test the button let JoyToKey only move the mouse without clicking, so you can see where the mouse cursor lands. When correct, add the click left mouse button action.