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Back up of your RealFeel.INI

Discussion in 'Automobilista' started by hummer444, Feb 28, 2017.

  1. hummer444

    hummer444

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    Hi,

    Just a reminder ( and maybe this has to be a "sticky" in the mods section)

    Whenever Reiza releases an update on the game the RealFeel.INI file is overwritten, thus your RealFeel entries for every third party mod present will be lost.
    Always make a back-up of your RealFeel.INI from time to time. In this way you won't need to puzzle again for the settings for a mod given by the author of the mod or adjusted by yourself.
     
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  2. Ross Garland

    Ross Garland
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    This also highlights the importance of including a readme text file with your mods, something people never seem to bother doing anymore. :thumbsdown:
     
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  3. georgesoi

    georgesoi

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    Hey
    I installed several F1 mods and think that one of them overwrote the original realfeel plugin.
    now, only f1 cars handle right. the other closed wheel vehicles tug either to the left or to the right. hard to keep car in a straight line with a logitech g27.
    i upload a copy of the realfeel plugin i have for a look
     

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  4. Marc Collins

    Marc Collins

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    Do a Steam file integrity check and you will get the original Realfeel.ini back.