Select one of the following categories to start browsing the latest GTA 5 PC mods:
Been using it a while and it's infinitely more aesthetic than whatever I could think up :P
As of the latest commit, 997afcc, lock to horizon is here.
A build should be available here: https://ci.appveyor.com/project/E66666666/gtavmanualtransmission/builds/44412603/artifacts
It'll probably be released in 5.5.1, but there's no telling when that will be released. Struggling with maximizing compatibility/stability (for development, normal gameplay unaffected).
@darkchocolateoo @wieczoras @AmmarKing125
Did some testing. Indeed, the car engine now starts when pressing throttle. It's caused by game version v1.0.2545.0 and newer.
As of release 5.5.0, no workaround exists yet.
Consider downgrading to v1.0.2372.2 or older.
Any steering wheel (and peripheral, like shifters and pedals) should be supported, as long as it identifies itself as a game input or steering wheel. The wheel not appearing could be Steam grabbing it. Check the description for some workarounds.
The "WheelSetup.exe" tool should also recognize and display your wheel. If it's in there but doesn't show up in-game, that's probably Steam.
Also, logs would be useful to see what kind of issue it is.
Can't help you without you helping yourself by providing the required details.
Check the pinned comment.
There are two "layers" of ABS:
- From the game itself
- From the script
The script can't disable the ABS from the game itself. If the car has ABS, it'll stay on. The ABS from the script works for cars without ABS, or when forcefully activated in the ABS option to work alongside the stock ABS (but reduces braking performance).
Also, no idea about the gas pedal issue. I'll need to look into it. Could be that GTA recently started behaving differently as when I last tested/implemented the feature, or it's just some setting (disable clutch+throttle start)
It's described here:
It's in CustomSteering.cpp
Thanks! Glad it worked out somehow, but I don't think the mod notifies "Wheel disconnected" anywhere (aside from inside the configuration menus as device name/subtitle).
There's no such thing for controllers.
Once you're happy with a handling file, you save it and then replace the handling.meta entry for the car you just worked on to make the changes permanent.
This tool is not made to replace handlings on the fly for gameplay purposes.
Your game simply does not have the vehicle models. This can happen if you don't add the updated lines to your dlclist.xml