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Well yeah, if it's not mentioned in the changelog, it won't have been fixed magically.
It's a standalone script now.
The help text window on the upper left tells you the key to press to skip assigning a gear. I think it was right arrow, but I'm not sure.
That's the rev limiter, and it's realistic behavior when you bounce off the limiter.
Try to modulate throttle so you're below 80% of the revs, that's where most of the power should be, anyway.
Thanks for the detailed report too! Pushed the fix.
Ah. Thanks, if I develop this again I'll take a look.
Hey, what'd you think of adding a timestamp to log files? Now while it prints that a certain pool is filling up, I still don't know which one was the fullest when a crash happened - and somehow, I don't get the prompt that it caught a crash.
Neat tool regardless!
You might be using an older version not suitable for the current patch.
Gonna need a more in-depth explanation of what you did to the wheels.
I'm not sure what "flawless widescreen" is and does. If it's just FOV adjustment you're looking for - this script does that, along with a whole bunch of other stuff... check the description?
I don't, and I provide less than zero support for anything FiveM.
First of all - consider how your feedback looks, if it was directed to _you_. Do you think that'd increase the chances of it being taken seriously? Just read it back, slowly. It just looks like a hysterical rant.
Now the issue - you're using a steering wheel which GTA V picks up as gamepad, and as such the controls are processed by the game as it would a controller. Which means certain actions are hard-bound to certain actions, like aiming and firing.
This is outside of what Manual Transmission can do - it doesn't override gamepad input. If your wheel pretends to be a controller, then that's just that, nothing the script can do to cancel it.
Finally, this doesn't have anything to do with the first person camera. I've as such removed the comment there. Don't comment off-topic, and especially don't rate-bomb an author because something isn't up to (some vague, non-disclosed) spec.
If you'd be doing this to any other developer, you would've been banned already for harassment, so take this as your final warning on abusive communication.