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I've just gotten back into GPL after owning it when it first released. It's what got me interested in sim racing - as opposed to arcade racers.
So I downloaded an ISO and used gplinstall_beta_1.08 to install it. I also installed GPLSecrets. (GPLaps on YouTube has a great tutorial on getting GPL setup these days.)
I'm currently running it at 1600 by 900 and that would be fine if the pit board, at upper left, would fully show. Unfortunately its left side is cut off.
I'd like to run it at 1920 x 1080 as that might solve the problem but the steering wheel is right of center by about half its width. And of course the right side mirror is completely off screen.
Has anyone had this problem and solved it? Or does anyone have any idea how I can fix it? Using a pixel ruler I've confirmed that my laptop screen is 1080p so I've ruled it out as the culprit.
There are many concepts employed in oAo that make the league so unique. oAo has teams, financials, stewards, so called g-levels (best described as a skill status) and much more that ensure diversity and a level playing field. For example, Newbies and aliens are equally entitled to driving a Lotus if the circumstances allow it, but at the same time, driving the BRM has a huge financial benefit over the Lotus, making it worth driving as well.
There is a lot to learn about oAo, but you don't need to know everything right away to get started. Basic requirements are just a sense of fairness and the avoidance of (negative) recklessness.
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