Drive Control v 3.61
3.61: black cam gefixed.
3.60: Kamera-Modul neu; diverse kleinere Bugfixes
The drive control-mod adds to the Farming Simulator 2015 many small functions such as manual motor starting, limiter, etc.
Manual engine start:
- Start Vehicles by pressing and holding for a moment the "Enter" key. Left CTRL + SPACE, to start moving the vehicle.
- The motor status can be read in the HUD right above next to the speed: the red battery icon indicates a engine off.
You can not drive by kicking the brake backwards now. The current direction is shown as a green arrow at the top left of the speed in the HUD. Pressing the space bar can be switched between forward and reverse.
As a special can the shuttle module on and off in the game for individual vehicles. For this one must hold down the spacebar a little longer and then immediately gets back to normal operation. When disabled Wendeschaltung no arrow is displayed.
Throttle / gear limiter:
- The two limiters of driveConrol mods are combined in one module. They are at the bottom left (throttle limiter) or bottom right (gear lock) shown by the speedometer.
The throttle limiter does just that: it takes away more or less a lot of gas. Thus, this limiter is mainly for road trips, maneuvering, front loader and trailer work.
This limiter to set between 0% (almost no gas available) and 100% (normal driving) while holding the left shift key and the arrow keys up / down one. No, the camera does not move with a result.
The gear lock works completely different: It locks in the automatic transmission, the minimum translation, and thus the speed up. This limiter is especially suitable for field work. And the kicker: With the transmission interlock can also Throttle down the helper for a demonstration you just look at the best video!.
The gear lock to set between 0% (brute crawlspace - with more starting torque than in the normal driving mode!) And 100% (normal driving) while holding the left shift key and the arrow keys left / right one. Again, the camera moves, of course not.