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GTR Evolution: Use Sequential Shifting and tiptronic

Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by Thomas Klutsch, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. Thomas Klutsch

    Thomas Klutsch

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    Hi there,

    does anyone know if it is possible to assign multiple keys to the control mappings? because i got the DFGT wheel and it has a seq. shifter, but also tiptronic. i like to use the seq. shifter because it just feels fun, but sometimes it makes it a bit hard, e.g. on Nordschleife in the very "cornery" sections. These are the moments i wish i could shift using the tiptronic keys.

    In NFS shift for example both options worked at the same time, but it seems that in GTR evo i have to decide which one to use because there is only one assignment allowed within the controls.

    Just wanna make sure i'm not missing something here - has anyone set it that up like that, or does it work like that for anyone?

    thanks!
     
  2. Rhys Gardiner

    Rhys Gardiner

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    From what I have seen, it's pretty much impossible in Evo...
     
  3. grit

    grit

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    Hi,

    it's possible alright, just a bit fiddly. In GTR Evo I map the shift up and shift down functions to the keys A and Z in the profile for the wheel. I then use xpadder 5.3 (the last free version) to map both shifting methods on the wheel to the A and Z keys as appropriate. I won't go into the details of xpadder, your better off reading that elsewhere. In practice it works fine, you just have to remember to start xpadder before starting Evo. I now automatically start xpadder with Windows. :)

    Also you mention you're using the DFGT, I've used the DFP and I think you may be able to perform similar mappings in the Logitech Profiler software, but I'm not sure...

    hope this helps...
     
  4. Thomas Klutsch

    Thomas Klutsch

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    nice, i will try that! thank you :)
     
  5. Günthar Rowe

    Günthar Rowe

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    thanks grit.