Giuseppe Curri generic dashboard (new version 1.3)
It is very cute, thank you very much for sharing it!
Maybe one day you will make a version for 5 inches with resolution 480 x 854 for Vocore display and without LED bar and without RPM bar, since I use external LEDs and it would also be good to add data about the tires
I will be happy to use it if you make that version and also help you with a donation
@giuseppe-c-86 Ok so simhub default dashboards and Falken1 dashboard dont have this bias issue with the porsche cup car..
@rodentyell Thank you for your answer.
I will definitely take a deeper look into this issue as it's very strange...
I' ll keep you updated.
@elcastrol A USBD480 resolution and without virtual LEDs is already on the way (480x272). The RPM bar will remain anyway, and a dedicated tire page/section will come as well.
Unfortunately doing another version for the Vocore screen will require so much time, simply the work for re-sizing things and adapting them to a new resolution is just insane and not on my plans at the moment.
Of course the upcoming USBD480 version of my dash will work completely fine on a Vocore screen even if it will have different resolution, the worst that can happen is that it won't perfectly take advantage of the entire screen, but it will be so minimal that you will not even notice it...
@rodentyell Sorry to ask, are you completely sure of this? I' ve just tried all of the installed dashboards on my SimHub (both included and third party ones) and all of them don' t show the correct Brake Bias value on the Porsche Cup car in ACC (they all show 10% less compared to what the game displays). This is a SimHub small bug with this car only and as I said in my previous post, I used to drive this car in the past while I was developing my dashboard and the Brake Bias info always worked correctly, so I suppose this issue came up with the latest SimHub version (I'm running the latest V7.4.7).
So I will wait until the next SimHub update to see if the bug will go away itself, there' s no point to create a special formula now knowing that the issue comes from the ACC telemetry and/or SimHub reading it with this particular car.
Thank you for your understanding.
ACC has a weird per car data to dash offset in the BB value.
@Wotever had to go and apply it manually to the game data.
According to the game documentation, the offset is -5 for the Porsche 991 II GT3 Cup 2017.
Looking at the lookup tables in C:\Program Files (x86)\SimHub\LookupTables
If I understand correctly SimHub applies -15 for this car BB value.
Which would explain the mismatch.
You can report the issue https://github.com/SHWotever/SimHub/issues.
@romainrob Thank you Romain! You are simply amazing, thanks for your help, didn' t know about that...
So found another one..The Lamborghini ST, ingame it might read 58.0 on the dashboard it reads 72.0...
@rodentyell Please read my comment above and the Romain one. At this point I can not explain why you get correct brake bias values with other SimHub dashboards, in fact you should get the same values (regardless if they' re wrong or true) with all the dashboards installed in your SimHub...
Anyway, Romain just replied with the fix, I' ll report the bug to the developer hoping for a future and permanent fix.
Thanks for the dash, my favorite one so far.
Only thing I would change is to have a version without LED/RPM bar, as I find in a little distracting with the in game dash. Had edited a bit for myself, but the resizing of everything else is time consuming!
Thanks for your work.
Beautiful dash. Minimal and clean. Thanks.
The new BMW M4 GT3 needs a fix for the brake bias read out reads alot higher in Simhub.
Thank you for your report. Unfortunately that is something I'm not able to fix as it does not depend on a dashboard bug but rather it is due to a small bug in SimHub itself.
Please read the comment by Romain Rob just a little above, he explains how you can fix it yourself.
Ah I see now cheers for that info worked a treat -14 for this car.