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#16 Alan Davies

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Posted Dec 30 2015 - 08:16 AM

Is there anyone clever enough to create a separate dust colour as the blue looks very odd when not associated with tyre or engine?
Wish list item I think.

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Posted Dec 30 2015 - 01:01 PM

Add these lines to the track.ini file of a track you like.

This is the track.ini for the Snowitude track, it has white dirt to simulate snow ;) . 0,0,0 is black. Road Atlanta has a brown clay color, 186,93,43 . The blue smoke might affect this feature a bit and give it a more blue hue, so perhaps you have to dial the blue back some to get the dirt color you want. Have fun :) .

This feature is broken in the 1969-Extra mod and will give odd colors, so make a copy of track.ini without the [dirt] section and rename it track69.ini to disable the colored dirt for that mod.

Edited by TvO, Dec 30 2015 - 01:03 PM.

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