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to hide the information display and speed meter

Discussion in 'Racer Problems & Fixes' started by sRacerwi, Apr 19, 2014.

  1. Hello, does anyone know how to hide the upper left display where the lap and time are shown? I also need to hide the speed meter on the bottom-left corner and clock on the bottom-right corner. If someone could help me with this it would be much appreciated.
     

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  2. Stereo

    Stereo
    Premium Member

    F1: hide main upperleft display
    F4: hide mirror
    F6: hide track map
    ctrl+v: hide car overlay
    ctrl+f: hide fps counter
    ctrl+g: hide gear/rpm/speed counter
     
  3. Thank you so much!! When I use mac OS, F1, F4, F6 does not work...
    Also, I'd love to know how to do fullscreen mode.
    I'd appreciate it if you could teach me that.
     
  4. ya I need help with full screen as well cause it don't fit my screen cuase I use a 32' tv. and try pressing the apple botton well pressing f1 and **** .. or fn on windows . idk if apple has fn or not but what ever fn is on apple press that well pressing the keys and should work key says fin / fn on windows . it may be the same on mac keybored but if not I guess its the apple botton
     
  5. Alexander Knoll

    Alexander Knoll
    NEVER GIVE UP!!

    Hai,
    you can edit the racer.ini and set the resolution by hand...

    Code:
    .........resolution
    {
      ; Resolution to play in
      fullscreen=1
      ; Avoid screen switch? (takes 1 of height)
      near_fullscreen=0
      ; No border? (for non-fullscreen windows without a border)
      no_border=0
      ; Position of (non-fullscreen) window; for x/y, -1 means center on the desktop (non-fullscreen only)
      x=-1
      y=-1
      ; Width and height of window (or fullscreen resolution)
      width=1920
      height=1080
      ; Pixel aspect ratio; normally 1 (pixels onscreen are sized 1:1)
      aspect=1
      ; Rendering aspect; 1.333 for most VGA resolutions, 1.6 for example for a 1280x800 screen (Apple screens, 16:10). 0=automatic (width/height)
      render_aspect=0
      ; Pixel depth (RGB; use 16 or 32; 32 preferred)
      bits=32..........
    you can also set the fullscreen there...

    Alex
     
  6. ****in eh man thanks ! fixed my audio today , and my screen res . now off to school then coming home to play ! ahha thanks alot
     
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