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Can someone explain this AI behavior?

Discussion in 'rFactor 2' started by Kevin Knorpp, Nov 26, 2016.

  1. Edit - I am referring to the blue car in front of me swerving to the right.

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    I`d go with microsleep
  3. If that's the middle of Toban, the curb is unsettling.
  4. Even the AI can drift off. He was probably thinking of what he was having for dinner.:sneaky:
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  5. Andrew

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  6. Thanks for the serious responses, anyway. I guess I'll just be careful there until I figure out what is going on...
  7. You are welcome.:thumbsup:
  8. If this is Toban then which version so i can examine the aiw?.
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  9. Toban Medium
  10. Have you watched other AI cars go through without swerving? You know, like the yellow car?
  11. Might be a wrong corridor in the AIW... Does it always happen? Or only in overtakting moments like this?
  12. Hi Kevin.......i examined the aiw in the location of this issue and the fast line, block line and corridors are all perfect and in my opinion wouldn't cause this.

    My opinion is that the "talent" file is the cause of this issue. The driver in question has either a poor crash, recovery, or minimon racing skill recorded in the "talent" file thus intentionally causing the driver to act in this fashion!

    Do a test using a different car mod preferably one not using a talent file and i believe that you will no longer see this issue.

    If you care to tell me the driver's name i would check his talent info and if my assumption is correct i can quite easily fix this issue for you but would be only for off-line use.
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  13. Aren't talent files encrypted?
  14. No, you only need to use the "MAS Utility" to extract the talent file to make the edit then add the file back into the MAS directory!
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2016