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New video from ISI! VMOD vs. RFMOD. + Monza '66 confirmed.

Discussion in 'rFactor 2' started by Martin Rasmussen, May 24, 2012.

  1. Bram

    Ezekiel 25:17 Staff Premium

    So you still need a degree in science to make things work? Way too complicated for the average user in my opinion.:whistling:

    Great to see classic Monza coming :)
  2. I wish that second user could just browse and choose the server he likes and the mod would be automatically downloaded/installed.
  3. I'm really looking forward to the new 60s track. I was hoping it was going to be in the latest update though. :( Oh well.
  4. It should be out very soon. ISI said it's just going through final testing... :)
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  5. Marco Bijl

    Marco Bijl
    adMAXIhater (O.O.O.)

    I still have to test it, but as it seems in the movie, it's 1 more click compared to any other game. Don't see how that can be to complicated ;)

    The proces is complicated, can't deny that, but it's complicated for the staff, not for the end user. 1 click extra to play is a decent compromise in my opinion.
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  6. Marco Bijl

    Marco Bijl
    adMAXIhater (O.O.O.)

    Hmm i have to do some intense testing here. As it seems more easy, it also limitates on the options. Probably, this is due to me doing something wrong, so I will do my best to get it worked out today, in a way thats workable for me and you guys ;)

    I have to go out with the family in a few, but will take my laptop with me to do some more testing.

    For those that feel sorry for my family, you can support them at helpmyhusbandisagameaddict@getadivorce.com :p :p :p (just kidding offcourse)
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  7. Marco Bijl

    Marco Bijl
    adMAXIhater (O.O.O.)

    Yet another thread of people who do not understand the system.... Regardless of it's good or not, people don't want to take time to learn, or don't take the time to understand the changes. They are changes, so they are bad.

    Now, I am not saying the system is perfect, and I do have some ideas of how it should be done, but there are some benefits here. People fail to see them. Combine that with ISI, who listens to nobody, and just do the thing they (as coders) think is best, and you get what you have now.