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F1 2011 and DF Pro

Discussion in 'F1 2011 - The Game' started by Kevin Cordice, Jan 19, 2012.

  1. Hey all

    I'm having a issue maybe not but with my original pedals i find when i'm braking i have to apply up to 70% of the brake before braking is engage, is this a problem with me pedals or compatibility?

    With the Logitech software the calibration show the gradual application of braking working

    Have other encounter this problem with F1 2011?

    And is there a fix for it?
     
  2. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
    ...... mostly harmless Staff

    This must be your problem I think, especially if it works correctly in the Logitech software

    It sounds like a saturation problem. The BRAKE saturation should be at 0% and the BRAKE dead zone at 2% (due to slipstream bug) in the controller's advanced options in F1 2011

    I don't know anyone else with a DF Pro problem ( I use one and so do 2 of my friends)
     
  3. You might have to re set the pedals in game. I don't have a DF Pro, but I had a similar problem with my F430 wheel, the game had the pedals the wrong way.
     
  4. "Mark Jameson" how would i reset the pedals?
     
  5. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
    ...... mostly harmless Staff

    I think he means to go into your game options, where you would remap you wheel buttons etc. In there is also the mapping of wheel left/right, throttle, and brakes (axis)

    Select brakes, the axis used is cleared, you press the brake pedal and it sets the axis again. The same can be done for the throttle pedal.
     
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  6. I saw something interesting in the button layout for may acceleration pedal it said up axis:confused: , but i have gotten the pedal to work now perfectly, i had pull it down before so maybe the brake dial had been move about a 1/4 of a turn causing the problem.

    Braking feel much more true and lap time are better:)

    Thanks to Gun UK and Mark Jameson for your help