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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Nadeox1, Nov 22, 2017.
nope doesnt help the problem
Was happening to me too (where it cuts the turbo and bounces on the psi redline, right?), thought it was a feature but maybe not.
I did already
The hotfix is not out yet.
Whenever you edit scenario files (PREFAB/Json) while Beamng runs, it would crash.
EDIT: also, bad news- Fatal car Exception is back, eager for revenge!
Have no time for reading all 24 pages, but I also have problem with turbo sound (bov bug and spool is very loud) and with low fps.
Before update I was playing on fhd@high settings with PostFX off and got around 50 - 100fps everywhere, now, with the same settings, I have 35fps on Gridmap and other maps are almost unplayable because fps drops to 15 - 25...
I like playing BNG after work, can I get older version and reinstall it back...?
Slightly related to this: edited vehicle files take AGES to reload compared to 0.10
Oil pump goes through Electric cable on WCUSA
I would like to see get this looked into..
0.9 reloading was blazing fast.. 0.10 got slower and 0.11 is even worst.
The download buttons area is a bit much vertical wise. I find it annoying having to scroll down to see stuff though.
Yeah, maybe it should be a little more like this:
You need to enable online features in the settings to be able to do that. If you don't want to do that then just use the "take screenshot" on the top left, which should save the photo in documents/beamng.drive/screenshots.
This is not a very scientific observation, but I have noticed significant changes in frame rates by simply resetting the car by pressing "I". Literally it can go from slideshow, to playable depending on luck. If it's slow, i keep pressing "I" until I can tell the frame rate is playable. Weird.
Not that turbo skip bug as i mean the actual turbo it self sucking in the air
Hm i tried both, still not working
Or a trio:
What happens when you click the 'subscribe' button? Does it just que that to your account, so it downloads when you next open the game? Or does it open the game there and then?
probably opens the game and then subscribes. This means that the game knows that it has to check for updates on that mod. Works in the same way as Steam Workshop
Do the mods wich are already installed get automatically updated or do you have to subscribe to them manually?
Manually, there's a folder in the mods folder called repo, where it puts all the mods you've subscribed to.
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More info on the FPS drops, it seems to happen randomly. I changed a part on a vehicle, and framerate dropped to 8 again. Didn't touch the window size.