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General Discussion / Re: GP Bikes beta16b
September 15, 2019, 06:06:21 pm
Quote from: janaucarre on September 15, 2019, 04:12:07 pmHi,
Thank you for this new version of GPBikes.
Only one thing:
The front loose is ever there since 10 years.

This is a known issue with the M2 bike. The front tyre overheats mid corner, Lower your tyre pressure and try not to load the front to much on the longer coner
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General Discussion / Re: GP Bikes beta16b
September 14, 2019, 12:44:53 pm
Quote from: undefinedChangelog:
fix: antialiasing setting
fix: collisions sounds and particles
fix: crash when double-clicking the server browser
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Plugins / Re: MaxHUD plugin
September 12, 2019, 08:05:00 pm
Thanks Max :D
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Bikes / Re: Help with creating bike mods
September 12, 2019, 11:23:43 am
Nope, not at all.

Practically any engine type can be replicated.
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Bikes / Re: Help with creating bike mods
September 11, 2019, 11:01:05 pm
Objects are linked to a parent dummy object with the suitable name (chassi, fsusp etc) at the point of their pivot (see the example file for details or I can send you a more complete example bike that I'm working on for this exact situation)

You can model anything you want on the bike. If you want to spend the time modeling the bike to look like a road bike that's up to you. GP Bikes just looks for the models, it doesn't matter what they look like.
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General Discussion / Re: GP Bikes beta16b
September 11, 2019, 08:54:39 pm
Spam Filter?
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General Discussion / Re: GP Bikes beta16b
September 11, 2019, 08:50:23 pm
Thankyou

Now uploading a mirror.
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Bikes / Re: Help with creating bike mods
September 11, 2019, 06:13:51 pm
Modeling is quite simple. You can refer to the Template bike Piboso has made here- http://forum.mx-bikes.com/index.php?topic=974.0

The model needs to be slit into 8 Parts

Chassis- These are parts like the frame, engine, fairings, exhasut, rear shock, screen (any clear items use Alpha textures to set opacity)

Front Suspension (referred to as Fsusp)- These are the for stantions, Fork bottoms, Brake calipers and front mudguard

Streer- Top and bottom yoke, Frok bodies, handle bars with switch gear, levers etc

Rear suspension (Referred to as Rsusp)- Swing arm, rear caliper.

Front Wheel (fwheel)- Wheel, Brake disk/s (no tyre)

rear Wheel (Rwheel)- wheel, Brake disk and sprockets (No tyre)

Front tyre- Just the tyre model.

Rear Tyre- Just the tyre model

Model scale should be 1:1 with real world measurements so it's probably easiest to work in  millimeters.

As it is your first time, it would be better for you to create the model and get it showing game and then worry about things like the dash, Textures and part animations later, then work on the Physics.

Hope this gives you something to start with :)
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Bikes / Re: Help with creating bike mods
September 11, 2019, 05:41:45 pm
What can you create? Anything you like, So long as it's only got two wheels :P A KTM Duke would be a great bike to have in game though :D

As for Texturing is a bit odd in GPB (it's not as simple as applying the textures to the model in 3ds/blender/maya etc) but that can wait until you've got the model done and showing in game (not point keep having to alter the UV)

It uses Normal mapping for adding extra detail but you can go fairly detailed with the model. Standard game modeling principles apply, If you're not really going to see it in game, don't go crazy detailed.
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Support / Re: HELP: GP Bikes Dedicated Server Hosting
September 09, 2019, 05:49:32 pm
Literally, anything that can run Windows will work. Dedicated servers use practically no machine resources. They just need a fast and stable internet connection
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Support / Re: HELP: GP Bikes Dedicated Server Hosting
September 09, 2019, 05:07:00 pm
Welcome to hosting Dedicated servers. You touch nothing and it all goes to pot :P

It is easier setting up another machine to host the dedicated rather than running it on the same machine as you play on but obviously that isn't always possible. I used to use an old laptop with a wired connection
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General Discussion / Re: GP Bikes beta16
September 09, 2019, 05:03:42 pm
Quote from: KG_03 on September 09, 2019, 03:29:42 pmok I think I need to say it...

This is is! This is most complete GP Bikes version.

I have only one thing to suggest... why the off track grip level was sumbed down to the level of Milestone games... riding in full lean touching the grass and I still have time to pick up the bike and save the fall.

This can be adjusted by modders. But i know what you mean. It is very forgiving off track at the moment
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Support / Re: HELP: GP Bikes Dedicated Server Hosting
September 07, 2019, 09:06:40 pm
Quote from: Myst1cPrun3 on September 07, 2019, 08:18:38 pmI'll have a look at those, but I did most of the steps in the 'Dedicated Server' tab. Sigh, will start again tho thanks for the links :)
I've followed these to the letter and got a server up and running before so good luck :P

Quote(BTW The YT Links don't work, but the videos exist quick search and I got them)
Fixed Now.
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Support / Re: HELP: GP Bikes Dedicated Server Hosting
September 07, 2019, 08:14:35 pm
Did you set up a static IP and port forwarding for the server??

These may help- https://forum.piboso.com/index.php?topic=3635.0