Dont know if this would be possible to change after the event was created. If not its just another disadvantage of the "new" system.
I think it's possible and very easy and therefore an advantage of the 'new' system.Dont know if this would be possible to change after the event was created. If not its just another disadvantage of the "new" system.
This happened on the previous race. Try this https://www.racedepartment.com/thre...-wednesday-7th-april-2021.200929/post-3373055Even though it shows one open spot, I can’t choose a car. The choose button is not there
This happened on the previous race. Try this https://www.racedepartment.com/thre...-wednesday-7th-april-2021.200929/post-3373055
There was a 'fix' on wednesday that involved maximising the window. Tried adding you but no luck.
This is what makes me sad when dealing with modern day web-based software. It's often plagued by ridiculous bugs appearing in rather typical usage scenarios, which makes me think that nobody bothers to thoroughly test it before the deployment. And even industry leaders like Amazon, Google, Facebook, etc are not exempt, so this kind of "quality" has become the norm. As long as it works like 99% of the time people think that's OK
Hey folks, I got a really bad fever after the race on Wednesday (maybe from @Erik Axelsson's spicy overtake!) and haven't recovered since. If I feel good enough to race I'll do that, but it's not looking so good right now unfortunately.
Let's see how it goes though, if I can do it, you know I love a bit of Brands
That's probably because that race didn't have a full grid yet. This error occurs when there were no spots left. It looks like s.gp uses some kind of flag that there are no spots left which isn't reset after someone cancels his registration.Hmm I just made a test, I was registered for the TT/MX5 race for Wednesday and canceled my registration yesterday. Could easily register again just a couple of seconds ago. Some weird stuff is going on here.
I would only agree to participate in such an event if the cars were the same ex. mx5 cup car, etc. With GT3 the cars are very different one to the next 'out of the box.'I think it's possible and very easy and therefore an advantage of the 'new' system.
Actually I was thinking to organise a 'surprise' event sometime and use this feature to change the track at the last moment so nobody can practice or optimize the setup. It then comes down on pure talent and skills.
But I don't know if that is going to attract a lot of participants.