Simply replace the old "input" file with this one.
It will be located in Libraries>documents>Rigs of Rods 0.38>Config
Finally open rorconfig and disable forced feedback.
For those of you who may need guidance with motioninjoy setup, here ya go!
There has been a problem with ror crashing upon entering a vehicle. If you have this problem please disable your forced feedback in the rorconfig.
Please be aware that this key map is for people who wish to use their Playstation 3 controllers by utilizing the MotioninJoy software. It is also designed to be used with the default "PS3" profile setting within MotioninJoy.
UPDATE 1.1: This is the revised controller for auto and manual transmissions. Camera issues were also resolved in which the camera rotated a different speed than the character.
UPDATE 1.2: Minor adjustment to camera control button configuration.
UPDATE 1.21: Clutch for manual transmission added into the controller description(No download necessary).
Note: If anyone can and would like to help, I am having trouble finding a way to remove the artificial steering centering. This causes the steering wheel to return slowly, which may work for keyboard users, but makes joystick steering very difficult at high speeds. Please don't hesitate to PM me and any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
auto up/down shift.......Directional pad up/down
Rotate camera.............Directional pad left/right(in vehicle)
..................................Right Joystick(on foot)
Change camera view....Select
Reset Camera..............R3(press right joystick)
Horn...........................L3(press left joystick)
Toggle Axle Lock...........Cross
Clutch..........................Square(full manual trans)
Guys please consult with me before placing blame. I provide support to people who need help getting this working correctly. Responses in the comments such as "sort it out" when YOU'RE the 1 making installation mistakes or having problems makes me not want to help you.
This is a sound you can use in any vehicle you may like, it would would sound the best in a big mud truck, the sound is a 454 Chevy Big Block With A Isky Cam, it sounds awesome, i captured the sound from my buddies lifted chevy, i would love some feedback, the picture of the truck is the truck i got the engine sound from.
The program is written in Autoit, which is packed with UPX, and some antivirus programs may report it as "malicious software".
Do not use this (or any software) software if you do not trust it.
AutoIt is a windows-specific scripting language, and it (probably) only works under Windows.
Source code is included, as well as a sample input-file (with comments) that turns the Tatra 813 into a 4x4.
There is hardly any error-checking in the program, don't do anything illogic.
When building a beam-object for RoR, all nodes have to be numbered in order starting with 0.
This program allows you to delete nodes, all beam/shocks/props/etc attached to it and renumber the rest.
You can also re-arrange the nodes into a different order.
New in this version:
Group deleting. In the editorizer, you can group nodes with the ;grp: tag. By putting delete at the end of such a line will delete all nodes in that group.
Change starting node number. Putting the tag ;nodenr:99 (or any other number) in the nodes section makes that the number of the next node. This is usefull if you want to merge 2 files.
Default time-delay is now 0, to make the program run faster. You can use a command-line-option to change that, and it can still be changed with the small arrow buttons while running.
It does not delete emtpy submeshes. A submesh with an empty cab-section will crash ror. You have to delete it yourself if that is happening.
Deleting nodes to which a wheels is attached, will delete that wheel as well.
The same thing is true for camera, cinecam, wings, etc..
These are skins for the KME Predator.
The Predator is not my truck but I created the Skins for the truck.
These skins are Pennsylvania fire companies except for the all black which is Norfolk MA, and the South Park Show truck.
~Are you a stubborn 'murrican?
~Are you tired of looking at the little yellow numbers on the default speedometer to tell how fast you are going?
Have no fear, the 'US customary system' speedometer is here!
Gone are the days of having to strain your eyes to see those tiny numbers. You could potentially save hundreds in eye doctor and chiropractor visits just by using this mod!*
This is just a simple mod of the default speedometer to indicate Miles Per Hour rather than Kilometers Per Hour. It is broken up into divisions of 5mph and measures up to 90mph before the needle is set to stop.
I whipped this up really quickly this morning, so it is not perfect, the measurements for 5mph-35-mph are about 1.5mph above what they should indicate. I may fix it in the future. Otherwise it is very accurate.
Just plop speedo.dds into textures.zip (found in the resources folder of your RoR directory).
- meshes made with great care and attention to detail
- animated suspension (includes leaf springs and shocks)
- animated steering link
- animated drive shafts (no they dont rotate. just flex with the suspension)
- detailed meshwheels and rims
- custom sounds (includes jeep starter and engine sounds and a custom crash sound: warning these are 'eh' in terms of quality. i know no one thats owns a jeep. and had to record off the internet. google video FTW!)
somwhat of an interior (made to look good from drivers perspective. and from outside looking into the windows) which includes
- working dashboard gauges
- working steering wheel ( yes its a new steering wheel in an old jeep. i like it better then the old ones)
- custom jeep seats
- flares (headlights, brake lights, blinkers and reverse lights)
- comes with all the 0.36 goodies including
- specular textures (real world reflections)
- damage texture
- antena bounces around and bends wile driving.
This is a very comprehensive mapping of the ror controls to the PS3 controller. I have spent a lot of time on this and it should work with the latest version. See the included picture, for the actual controls.
*to enable your ps3 controller to work with ror and your computer, follow a dodgy tutorial at your own risk!*