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Question on pedal min/max settings in Assetto Corsa

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Stefan Mizzi, Aug 23, 2012.

  1. Stefan Mizzi

    Stefan Mizzi

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    Hello,

    I have a quick question please :) My G25 pedals went a bit beserk lately with brake and accelerator pedals slightly pressed when released (yes I cleaned them but to no avail).

    In some other games, one can set the minimum setting for the pedal so that it removes the slightly pressed part.

    I plan to buy new pedals but until then would I be able to set the minimum setting in AC?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Senad Subasic

    Senad Subasic

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    There are deadzone settings in netKar PRO, and it's a pretty standard thing to have, so I would say yes.


    EDIT: just checked, you can set the min and max values for pedal input in netkar.
     
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  3. Stefan Mizzi

    Stefan Mizzi

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    That is correct Senad, thanks. I checked and in nKPro you can do that.

    Hopefully I can do the same in AC :)
     
  4. Aristotelis

    Aristotelis
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    AC uses actually the same "control.ini" as netKar Pro, so yes you can do that.
    Obviously we are trying to make a much more easier to use UI for assigning controls.
     
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  5. JvMr

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    Yes, that kind of setting is quite standard in sims these days.. which is good.

    Btw, the pedals are doing that because the potentiometers are worn out. It's also possible to replace only the potentiometers.

    EDIT: Oh, Aris posted while I was writing, thats really nice to hear. :)
     
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  6. Stefan Mizzi

    Stefan Mizzi

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    That's great news, thanks Aristotelis for your feedback ;)


    That's interesting! I did not know I could buy and replace the pedals potentiometers in the G25. I'll do some research from where to buy them.

    Thanks!