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Disabling auto reset to track possible?

Discussion in 'DiRT Rally' started by Elaphe, Nov 6, 2017.

  1. Elaphe

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    I tried a mod which was basically a batch file for renaming files. I used it and I couldn't see any difference: my car was back to the track automatically when I went offroad for a while. Is this possible with the latest versions of the game?
     
  2. Andy_J

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    Yes it is. Why don't you have the latest version?
     
  3. Elaphe

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    Do you mean the latest version of the mod or the latest version of Dirt Rally?
     
  4. Andy_J

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    Latest version of Dirt Rally.
     
  5. Elaphe

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    I have the latest version of the game and I tried the mod and it didn't had any effect. Are we talking about the same mod?
     
  6. Andy_J

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    The mod I use is on RD's download section and it works perfectly fine for me.
     
  7. Elaphe

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    The batch file, for some reason, was not working for me. I moved all the *.cqtc files and now the auto-reset is disabled.
     
  8. GoodOldBakes

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    It's not worked for me either. What are the .cqtc files that you mentioned?
     
  9. Elaphe

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    You just have to delete all the reset*.cqtc files found in the tracks folder. Then, you can drive everywhere and the car will not be automatically reset to the track. Of course, if you drive beyond certain limits, you will fall into the abyss, but you can recover your car manually.