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PC Full list of keyboard commands?

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Mattross, Nov 9, 2013.

  1. Is there a list of all the commands in one place somewhere? Are there any hidden commands that came up in the tech preview?

    F1: change driving view
    F2: TV camera view
    F3: change TV views
    F5: side view
    F8 : screenshot
    F11: virtual mirror

    Home: show developer console (*if enabled in .ini)

    ESC: return to main menu
    CTRL+R: replay
    CTRL+S: slow motion (replay)
    CTRL+A: ABS on/off
    CTRL+T: traction control modes on/off
    CTRL+H: show/hide apps
    CTRL+O: restart session
    CTRL+L: disable names
    CTRL+G: realism settings (in game)
    CTRL+D: displays damage for a few seconds

    +/- : adjust FoV

    PageUp/Down: change exposure settings in the cockpit

    *For more apps on the sidebar, edit:
    Steam/SteamApps/Common/AssettoCorsa/System/Cfg/Assetto Corsa.ini
    change the setting to:

    To disable off track penalty, edit:
    change the setting to:
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2013
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  2. as far as I remember there was also CTRL+A(or B :p) in TP to turn on/off ABS.
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  3. Rupe Wilson

    Rupe Wilson
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    You can also select buttons as well as use the keyboard

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    Last edited: Nov 9, 2013
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  4. Thanks Rupe and betterstranger. I've added those to the first post.
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  5. Does anyone remember the shortcut to edit exposure settings in the cockpit? I don't know why but everything outside is way overexposed for me in cockpit view to the point of being burnt out. When in an external view it's fine again....I didn't have this problem with the TP strange!
  6. Does anyone knows if there's a way to change these keys?
  7. CTRL+D: displays damage for a few seconds
  8. PageUp/Down Keys
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  9. The PageUp/Down Keys do fine adjustment of exposure (as mentioned by Stuart), but if you are experiencing the same levels of overexposure that I am, I suggest to use the Photo app, then reduce the 'bloom' and also lower the HDR level a little bit and everything will look totes amazeballs! :)
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