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Posted: Feb 6, 2002 @ 05:02 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 12, 2023 @ 09:12 am GMT-0600
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Bugbear have today released the v1.01 patch for their Rally Trophy title, fixing a number of issues and improving the sim with features like replays. You can download the patch from our downloads page.


Input: Deadzone problem on pedals
Input: Bug in combined axis bone
Dll: Minor mipmap generation bug
Some stage infos contained wrong information
Intro video volume was too high
Minor translation bugs
Multiplayer: Broken (interior) windows were not broken after ghostmode
Alternative seats bug in single rally mode
Broken drive lights were repaired in replay (expert level)
Ford escort was intermediate level car in multiplayer mode
Minor cosmetic changes
other minor fixes

New features:

Input: data/settings/input.ini file for custom adjustments (file is in rallytroph/data/settings -folder)
More complete highscores
Average & top speed of stage record is shown in stage infos
Cheat protection for online gaming
More nationalities (64 now)
Possibility to save & view replays
Possibility to view other players after finishing race (in multiplayer game)
Possibility to disable co-driver comments
Possibility to disable visual pace notes
Possibility to disable lens flares
Improved physics
Improved performance and reduced need of system resources
Encrypted highscores
Highscores are saved when updated (not only when game exits)
More commandline parameters for launching online games
Some cosmetic changes

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