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Posted: Nov 6, 2019 @ 09:33 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 11:01 am GMT-0600
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It’s a small update, but I decided to make a post for this because I think it’s an extremely useful feature, somewhat similar to iRacing’s per-race incident number limits. Basically you can now configure the number of off track incidents before a penalty is issued. I assume it’ll be added to the new UI, but for now it’s a player file edit to enable it.

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– Added “Track Cuts Allowed”: You can now configure the number of track cuts before a penalty is given out, in single-player and multi-player. This entry can be found in your ‘player.JSON’ file.
– Fixed number of track cuts resetting after a driver swap.
– Fixed an issue where some marshals would not wave flags. This was an issue particular to the Nordschleife and the exceptionally large number of marshals.
– Added additional logging to help debug driver-swap issues.
– Fixed VR black screen on startup

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