Giuseppe Curri generic dashboard (new version 1.3)
*NEW VERSION 1.3, details below*
I'm very happy to share with you my first dashboard creation after recently discovered the beautiful world of SimHub.
Please make sure to have a quick look at the manual provided with the download as it contains useful information about the dashboard itself and its features.
Quick note: this first release is optimised for smartphones, tablets and any other SimHub compatible device that do not have external LEDs installed (or simply if you want to use it as an Overlay).
An optimised USBD480 version will come in the near future.
Do you know if it is possible to recreate Lumirank in sim dash studio ?
I think it should be doable, but honestly, not being this feature in my to-do list, I don't know much more. Try to ask this question in the official Discord group.
Why is it that the pop-ups on the bottom of the screen are persistent in iRacing? Do I need to install a special plugin?
Nice dash, is it possible to have the Brake Bias use the front data not the rear for ACC?
@hcowell This should not happen and I' ve never heard of this problem from other users. If it behaves like that to you, the only reason I can think of is that you have an old version of the SimHub software installed on your PC (previous to the 7.4.0).
Also, the only plugin required for iRacing (but for fuel calculation purposes only) is the Romain Rob Extra Properties plugin, please read the manual as it is all explained in there.
Thank you and let me know.
For ACC I used the exact same code/property I used for other games I've been testing this dashboard in, in fact it should show the standard Brake Bias value (which is always related to the front). If you see the Brake Bias related to the rear that is not normal.
The only advice I can give you is to make sure to have at least SimHub version 7.4.0. installed (or newer).
- @giuseppe-c-86 I reinstalled SimHub and the problem did not come back, but it was the same version so there must have just been some kind of corrupted files.
@giuseppe-c-86 its definitely showing rear bias, ingame if its showing lets say 58 with ACC hub which is front on the dash its showing 42.
@rodentyell Very strange, I started ACC just today and the dash is working fine, including the Brake Bias which I use to change a lot during a lap. Please try to delete my dash and download it again, also make sure you have the latest version of SimHub installed (or at least V 7.4.0). Thank you.
EDIT: does it behaves like that with all cars or with one in particular? If it' s only one car it can be a bug, otherwise something is definitely wrong...
@giuseppe-c-86 Funny I was just checking that, so right now it appears to be a problem with the Porsche 991 GT3 Cup car, don't know if your able to fix?
@rodentyell I checked the Porsche Cup and I noticed the bug as well. It wasn' t there a few months ago when I developed the dashboard as I often used to drive that car and the dashboard was indicating the correct brake bias value.
Anyway, the dashboard does not show the actual rear brake bias but simply 10% less of the front brake bias for some reason. I can write down a formula to try to correct it but I' m pretty sure that this is a "temporary bug", maybe introduced with an update of both ACC and SimHub, in fact I get the same value on the telemetry that is shown on the dash.
I will leave everything as it is for now as this issue is not related to my dashboard but to the code/telemetry instead, and I'm sure this bug was not there the last time I drove the Porsche Cup car in ACC. At this point we' ll just need to wait until the next update of ACC or SimHub (or both) to see if the issue will go away, if not I' ll try to fix it at tha point inserting a special formula for that car.
For now just take into account 10% more compared to what you see on the dashboard.
@giuseppe-c-86 Cheers for looking into it, I noticed it as well on Falken1 all in one dash as well, but other dashes I use don't have the issue.
@rodentyell Thank you for your feedback!
Sorry to ask, the "other dashes" you are referring to, are them SimHub templates or dashboards that use a different software, like smartphone apps or similar?