Hey Magic,Having a selection of unique sounds that can be assigned to each Car and/or Driver would be excellent. When you're in a race with a group and you all cross the line in quick succession, it's nice to be able to listen for your own sound to make sure your lap counted. Some people like different bell and beep sounds, and some people like different "drive by" engine noises. There's a lot out there, so even being able to select a .wav or .mp3 file from device storage would be cool. It's also quite common to have a different sound for fast lap, or even fast lap for a specific car. Since we are rarely able to take our eyes off the car as we are driving, being able to hear confirmations like that can be helpful.
I hope that you consider something like that.
Hi Magic, your app has been amazing in Lockdown keeping me entertained and hope your keeping safe. Wondering if an update on pitting not on the power base In analogue, I have the old style pit lane with motors to move sliders to change lane and using your app I'm not really using it now As have to pit on the powerbase for simulated fuel and tyres, could this be added so I could pit In a classic pitlanes in analogue?Hi Magic,
is there a way to pit outside the PB in analog mode with Arc Pro? I have a circuit with a Pitlane and it would be nice to pit there.
I am using arc Pro base but just in analogue mode, When in analogue mode you can only pit on the powerbase but would want an option to pit anywhere on track I.e. so that it could be in my pit lane which is two lanes which are continuations of both single isolated lanes see pictures. How you get in its simplistic form is by a plastic slider that I have connected to a solenoid to each lane to direct each Car on the seperate lane there.Mmm how do you enter on that part of the track? Are you using ARC ONE?
IN analog mode you need to have the sensors that register pit entry and exist. It isn't a software issue it is a hardware thing..
You would have to physically move the sensors to where you want the pit to be.
Given that those are the same sensors that count laps it is not an easy thing to do...