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Wheel Settings & You

Discussion in 'F1 2012 - The Game' started by Tom, Sep 22, 2012.

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  1. Tom

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    Steering Deadzone
    The percent of rotation where steering is ignored. The higher this value the more you can move your wheel without it moving your car.

    Steering Saturation
    How quickly your wheel responds to your movements.

    Steering Linearity
    The amount of turn of your wheel compared to the amount of wheel turn in game. 100% is a 1:1 mapping.

    Throttle Deadzone
    The percent of throttle that is ignored. The higher this value the more you can press on the throttle pedal without applying throttle in game.

    Throttle Saturation
    The sensitivity of the throttle pedal. Set to a lower value to reduce sensitivity. Helpful if you like to push your throttle down a long way when exiting corners, as a lower sensitivity will reduce wheelspin.

    Brake Deadzone
    The percent of brake that is ignored. The higher this value the more you can press on the brake pedal without applying the brake in game.

    Brake Saturation The sensitivity of the brake pedal. Set to a lower value to reduce sensitivity. Helpful if you're applying too much brake and frequently locking.

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