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Controller Settings for STRAIGHTLINE STABILITY

Discussion in 'F1 2012 - The Game' started by samjealsha, Sep 24, 2012.

  1. samjealsha


    Can you share your gamepad controller settings. I tried my controller setting that I used in F1 2011 but the car seems to a bit twitchy in the straights and I have to make corrections each time the car goes off the line. I can easily get used to with the new sensitivity of F1 2012 when turning by having loads practice but the twitchyness in the straights is really annoying.

    My old settings are:
    Steering Deadzone - 10%
    Steering Linearity - 50%
    Break Deadzone - 2% (for slipstreaming that I have read somewhere in 2011 RD forums)
    all the rest to 0%
    and I have Override input device set to Gamepad

    Please guys I need your help!
  2. Spazo


    I would like to know too..
  3. Bram Hengeveld

    Bram Hengeveld
    Administrator Staff Premium

    Its not always the controller thats causing it. I had to reduce the toe settings in the car setup a lot on Monza to keep the car straight even with a properly configured steeringwheel.

    But in general when the input of the controller is too sensitive you can try to lower the linearity I think. Try how a setting behaves on 0% compared to 100% and adjust every setting accordingly works for me always.