I've seen that there has been an update to the rear suspension on the daily Dev log and hurt had a though
When using a complex linkage like with the rocker and rod. Could the rocker and rod of the rear suspension geometry be set as a measurement so that the points in BikeED be locked to one another then allow the points to be manipulated into position. Legnths and dimensions for these parts are easily available so it would be much easier to just enter the values and then place.
Also it may be useful to have a guide as to how the piviot points are actually linked to one another (the chassis-rocker-rod link is shown, however it would be nice to have the whole rocker as one guide. The rod as another)
Unless these are the updates mention in which case ignore this post entirely
Please test and provide any feedback here - all feedback is welcome
Cedits Application- H106FRP Code- Maggik Testing- CAWS Team
Version 2 Updates
New splash screen with UDP data link indication during GPB start
Dash uses sprite animation for rpm bar, revlights, warning lights, ECU settings and ECU activity monitor, app now generates its own custom font so it should be independent of locale.
Functions; rpm, speed, ECU, suspension, speed, fuel, temps and timings.
Tap on the screen in normal on track mode toggles between ECU and control inputs/Direct steer viewer in lower left corner
Shift lights now have definite shift point indication in animation sequence
Broken windscreen when you have crashed
Issues known - UDP does not appear to correctly transmit last lap time, bug reported to Pib
How to Install- Once downloaded, tap on the .apk file and you should be prompted to install (each version of Android is different so I can't say how exactly it will be for you). Some phones will ask you to allow Installations from Unknown sources, Allow this then continue with the install. You will then be prompted with something saying "Blocked by play protect" tap "Install Anyway! and that should be it.
You can then open the App but we are not finished yet. You need to find the IP address used by your device on your Wifi network. Normally this can be found in the settings of the device or in your Router settings. Mine, for example, was 192.168.1.5
Next, you'll need to configure the proxy_udp.ini file in the GP Bikes directory. Open the file, set Enable=0 to Enable=1. Then using the IP you found earlier Put that into the IP Parameter but keep the ":30001" after it.
Could bike sets be packed up into a single .pkz instead of having say 6 different bikes.
E.g. Have one pack that contains the bike .pkz files that can then be put into the bikes folder.
This way bikes wouldn't nessecerly need to have such long names as they would already be in a pack. So it could be "2017 Moto GP.pkz", with only "rcv213_mdl2.pkz" instead of "MotoGP_2017_HONDA_RC213V_MDL2.pkz"
Would it be possible to have a place to put a Version number for bikes and tracks in the .ini (so it shows up in the menu) to save putting it in the folder title and having to re-name everything each time we release a new version.
I can't wait to see and hear this in action. Nice to see Dorna not picking the most obvious choice and even giving a British firm a chance (Okay, the bikes are basically built in India nowerdays but still)