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Funselektor has updated art of rally with a small build that fixes a number of bugs and improves connectivity for the Leaderboard. See the changelog below.


updated credits
improved overall leaderboard connectivity

fixed a bug that caused rank percentages to sometimes not show on leaderboards
fixed a bug that caused incorrect rank percentages on leaderboards
fixed an issue with blurry car wheels rendering through car bodies
fixed an bug where damage wasn’t saved correctly between stages
fixed an issue with certain world best leaderboard entries would cause errors
fixed an issue where car stats wouldn’t count up correctly
fixed a bug that caused high memory usage resulting in a crash when the player has a large amount of custom liveries
fixed the two australia DLC song names being switched
fixed an issue where the world best ghost option would not display
fixed custom liveries not reloading at runtime
fixed capture button in photo mode for controllers
fixed some issues with selecting ghosts over a multi stage rally

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