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- 2014, May ZCT154 - El Crash
|-9 hrs||Alan Rotoi||1:09.63||P962|
- Alan Rotoi
- Guys, I've been advancing a lot as regards the new version of R4K. Take a look: New R4K v2 system and permanent competition - Also, I want to say I am really looking forward to the live races, so as many of you as can join, please do. It's super fun! I hope we can coincide. And @dreadnaut: if you'd like, I can share R4K2 code with you and it'd be nice to discuss to make the best of it.
- Live races? Live Races 2020 !
A little improvement 1:12.41
- Well done Seeker - thats so damn fast!
my previous GAR-Lap was/is invalid, so I tried for days for a new clean one - this is the result 1:08.45
1st GAR-lap in the Jaaaag IMSA; in opposition to my current GAR-lap with was in the Lancia it should be valid 1:16.70
- Old keyboards are great. I had never experienced this key ghosting until the first time I had a computer that didn't have a DIN5 port for the keyboard. Then I was forced to try the cheap keyboard that came with it. After that, I ended up buying an adaptor and plugged my old keyboard back. Later on, I bought a PS/2 gaming keyboard and that was much better. And today, I have a USB gaming keyboard that's also great. Key ghosting occurs because it takes a lot fewer tracks on a circuit board to have keys grouped (and therefore unable to be used together) than connected individually. An alternative is to have an encoder IC for each group of keys, which is also relatively expensive. I've played Stunts with a joystick, but it was super hard. It was made for the keyboard, clearly.
- I use keyboard. I even use the ingame key configuration of arrows plus A and Z for shifting rather than say mapping dosbox for steering with WASD. (I had A and Z mapped to W and A on my previous device, but that was because of one of those keyboard issues Duplode mentioned). It works well for me, but I think a lot of options work well ones you're used to them. I don't think a steering wheel adds much for this game, because there are no subtle different levels of steering between "key pressed" and "key not pressed".
- I agree keyboard is best for playing Stunts especially when considering RH. I have played stunts in a full racing rig complete with wheels, pedals and shifter - felt very strange! But i recommend trying it if you get the chance