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I have installed Blisterberg, from Norb's link,. but there isn't an "east" version as deployed to the Phil's server
Delete that and install the correct version from the race thread or my thread in the Mod Tracks sub forum.
Make sure you have updated to the latest version of both the track and cars, see the Race thread for the links.
« on: March 21, 2017, 10:08:44 PM »
Good Race, and a bona fide top ten for me. Pitted too early and didn't catch the gap when I came out so had to fight it out with a few guys. Great fun, but sorry to Dez for the touch up, luckily it only sent me off. That lost me a few places, so fell down from
Zolder 1967 with the hole outside the last turn fixed, gridspots up to 36. Invisible wall removed alongside the pits.
Like in the halcyon days you can enter and leave the pit lane where ever you choose. This will mean remembering where your pit bay is as you don't get to see it until you enter the pits. Also spins on the last turn will no longer destroy you when you over correct and end up in the pit lane.
Bugger it. I'll just put any and all files my layouts' need into a separate track folder. Some resources are doubled up and some people may take umbrage at me repackaging their imaginary property but until a better method is worked out it'll do for now.
I haven't tested this as I don't run a server.
Each layout in its own subfolder under the tracks main folder.(and likewise for 'ui')
Server Manager seems to see a track in the main folder and not go any deeper to find extra layouts. With all the layouts in their own subfolder under the main folder it seems to find them.
Bathurst updated. Original, Mirrored and Reversed layouts.
Delete previous versions of acu_bathurst.
Although the original track remains untouched I have needed to rearrange the folder order to get these layouts to show in the Server Manager.
Should not cause online mismatches but will need testing to confirm.
In retrospect this may have been a mistake as it was the track Aosta having its driving surface above the visisble surface that made these cars seem to be hovering above the ground.