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Mirrors Pointed At The Ground?!

Discussion in 'rFactor' started by Philip Grimm, Mar 10, 2011.

  1. Philip Grimm

    Philip Grimm

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    My mirrors are all positioned in such a way that they are just reflecting the ground? Any help?

    I had this line set to "15"

    Self In Cockpit Rearview="0" // add values for any that should be visible (0=none): 1=rear wing & wheels, 2=body & susp, 4=cockpit, 8=steering wheel (15=all)

    But it showed to much stuff of my own car to be of any use. I adjusted it back to zero and now they point at the ground?

    Any help?
     
  2. Péter Bártfai

    Péter Bártfai

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    Change your seat position. Moving it backwards will help.
     
  3. Ivo Simons

    Ivo Simons

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    Hold Left Shift + key for seat position to correct you mirrors. :)
     
  4. Philip Grimm

    Philip Grimm

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    Thanks ivo! That worked perfectly!!
     
  5. Gabriel Savu

    Gabriel Savu

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    Sorry Philip to jump into your thread, but I thought I shouldn't create an other one, because my problem is similar.

    In the PCC2007 GB mod I found myself in a RD race with the virtual mirrors facing down, even adjusted at max with shift+ seat pos key. I play with the cockpit cam and with FOV 35-45.

    Is there a way to modify the mirrors position even more than Shift+seat pos key allows to ? Like modifying a game file and without causing online mistmatch.
    And an other question: is there a way to change the FOV of the mirrors ?
     
  6. Shannon Blond

    Shannon Blond

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    Gabriel give this ago and see if it helps

     
  7. Gabriel Savu

    Gabriel Savu

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    Thank you, Shannon! I applied the settings from your quote, did some tunning for my liking and that did the trick. I'm very happy now with my mirrors.