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PHYSICAL DAMAGE:

[PHYSICAL]

RadiusAdd=0.5 // Base radius to apply damage

RadiusMult=0.00020 // Multiplied by collision impulse to increase radius

RadiusMax=2.0 // Maximum radius to apply damage

Engine=30000.0 // Impulse to seize engine

AeroDiv=1.25e-5 // Multiplied by impulse to affect aerodynamics and vertices

AeroMin=550.0 // Minimum impulse to damage aero and verts (unlike everything else, computed BEFORE damage multiplier)

VertMult=2.5 // Multiplied by aero damage to get vert damage

FrontWingDetach=2600.0 // Minimum impulse to detach front wing

FrontWingRandom=1.0 // Fraction of time wing breaks off

FrontWingPos=(0.0,0.0,0.0) // If zero, automatically finds position of wing from graphics to check for damage

FrontWingMassInertia=(10.0, 1.0, 0.5, 1.5) // Mass and inertia

FrontWingCollParams=(3600.0, 85.0, 0.60) // Spring/damper/friction

RearWingDetach=3600.0 // Minimum impulse to detach rear wing

RearWingRandom=1.0 // Fraction of time wing breaks off

RearWingPos=(0.0,0.0,0.0) // If zero, automatically finds position of wing from graphics to check for damage

RearWingMassInertia=(10.0, 1.0, 0.5, 1.5) // Mass and inertia

RearWingCollParams=(3600.0, 85.0, 0.60) // Spring/damper/friction

WheelBend=2400.0 // Impulse to bend wheel

WheelDetach=3600.0 // Threshold to detach wheel

WheelRandom=1.0 // Fraction of incidents where wheel actually breaks off

Wheel0MassInertia=(16.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.6) // Mass and inertia

Wheel0CollParams=(5900.0, 75.0, 1.00) // Spring/damper/friction

Wheel1MassInertia=(16.0, 0.8, 0.6, 0.6) // Mass and inertia

Wheel1CollParams=(5900.0, 75.0, 1.00) // Spring/damper/friction

Wheel2MassInertia=(17.0, 0.9, 0.6, 0.6) // Mass and inertia

Wheel2CollParams=(6200.0, 78.0, 1.00) // Spring/damper/friction

Wheel3MassInertia=(17.0, 0.9, 0.6, 0.6) // Mass and inertia

Wheel3CollParams=(6200.0, 78.0, 1.00) // Spring/damper/friction

Part0Detach=1000.0 // Impulse to make part become debris (see .gen file)

Part0Random=5.0 // Fraction of time part breaks off

Part0Pos=(0.0,0.0,0.0) // If zero, automatically finds position of part from graphics to check for damage

Part0MassInertia=(10.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0) // Mass and inertia

Part0CollParams=(3600.0, 65.0, 0.60) // Spring/damper/friction

Part1Detach=1000.0 // Impulse to make part become debris (see .gen file)

Part1Random=5.0 // Fraction of time part breaks off

Part1Pos=(0.0,0.0,0.0) // If zero, automatically finds position of part from graphics to check for damage

Part1MassInertia=(10.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0) // Mass and inertia

Part1CollParams=(3600.0, 65.0, 0.60) // Spring/damper/friction

Part2Detach=1000.0 // Impulse to make part become debris (see .gen file)

Part2Random=5.0 // Fraction of time part breaks off

Part2Pos=(0.0,0.0,0.0) // If zero, automatically finds position of part from graphics to check for damage

Part2MassInertia=(10.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0) // Mass and inertia

Part2CollParams=(3600.0, 65.0, 0.60) // Spring/damper/friction

Part3Detach=1000.0 // Impulse to make part become debris (see .gen file)

Part3Random=5.0 // Fraction of time part breaks off

Part3Pos=(0.0,0.0,0.0) // If zero, automatically finds position of part from graphics to check for damage

Part3MassInertia=(10.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0) // Mass and inertia

Part3CollParams=(3600.0, 65.0, 0.60) // Spring/damper/friction

Part4Detach=1000.0 // Impulse to make part become debris (see .gen file)

Part4Random=5.0 // Fraction of time part breaks off

Part4Pos=(0.0,0.0,0.0) // If zero, automatically finds position of part from graphics to check for damage

Part4MassInertia=(10.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0) // Mass and inertia

Part4CollParams=(3600.0, 65.0, 0.60) // Spring/damper/friction

Part5Detach=1000.0 // Impulse to make part become debris (see .gen file)

Part5Random=5.0 // Fraction of time part breaks off

Part5Pos=(0.0,0.0,0.0) // If zero, automatically finds position of part from graphics to check for damage

Part5MassInertia=(10.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0) // Mass and inertia

Part5CollParams=(3600.0, 65.0, 0.60) // Spring/damper/friction

Part6Detach=1000.0 // Impulse to make part become debris (see .gen file)

Part6Random=5.0 // Fraction of time part breaks off

Part6Pos=(0.0,0.0,0.0) // If zero, automatically finds position of part from graphics to check for damage

Part6MassInertia=(10.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0) // Mass and inertia

Part6CollParams=(3600.0, 65.0, 0.60) // Spring/damper/friction

Part7Detach=1000.0 // Impulse to make part become debris (see .gen file)

Part7Random=5.0 // Fraction of time part breaks off

Part7Pos=(0.0,0.0,0.0) // If zero, automatically finds position of part from graphics to check for damage

Part7MassInertia=(10.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0) // Mass and inertia

Part7CollParams=(3600.0, 65.0, 0.60) // Spring/damper/friction

// VERTEX DAMAGE:

//

// This section defines how verts can be moved. There are three available rules currently:

//

// 1) You can restrict all verts to move a given distance by default:

// - DefaultLimit=<maximum movement>

//

// 2) You can restrict all verts within a given sphere to move a given distance:

// - RestrictionLimit=<maximum movement>

// - RestrictionSphere=(<x>, <y>, <z>, <radius>)

// You can change the limit before each sphere, or continue to use the last one defined.

//

// 3) You can prevent all verts from entering a given sphere:

// - ForceFieldSphere=(<x>, <y>, <z>, <radius>)

// Verts within the sphere cannot get any closer to the center.

//

// Note that the verts here are relative to the graphics model, not the physical CG. To

// make things difficult, the graphics model isn't necessarily centered or anything.

[VERTEX]

DefaultLimit=0.20 // Only 15 cm of deformation - carbon-fibre actually shatters

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Bordic

Io ho Vista Home Edition 32 e con la compatibilità riuscivo a caricarlo e a giocarlo, ma in certe mod il gioco andava in CTD uscendo da determinati circuiti.

Per questo motivo ho fatto una partizione dell'hard disk per installare XP Professional (ma va bene anche l'Home Edition). L'unica cosa da ricordarsi di fare è che quando viene installato XP il computer non vede più Vista.

Per ovviare a questo problema esiste un programmino, si chiama "EasyBCD 2.0.2". E' un exe che si trova gratis in internet e serve per creare un file di "dual boot" ossia quello schermo nero che compare prima di caricare il sistema operativo (la famosa barra di caricamento di windows) dove viene chiesto di scegliere il tipo di sistema operativo.

Questo programma va prima installato in XP per permettere di far ri-riconoscere al computer Vista: infatti, nella schermata bootloader del programma occore selezionare Vista come SO iniziale e cliccare "Write MBR".

(N.B.: Il programma funziona in XP solo se è già stato precedentemente installato il .NET Framework 2.0 o versione successiva).

Poi riavvianddo il computer ti riporta su Vista senza dual boot. A questo punto occorre installare Easy BCD anche in Vista e aggiungere una "entry" per il sistema XP come "boot alternativo".

Dopo aver riavviato di nuovo il computer si avrà finalmente il "dual boot" e il computer potrà avere sia Vista che XP anche sullo stesso hard disk.

Comunque, se la descrizione non è chiara, basta fare un paio di click in google e si trovano facilmente spiegazioni più dettagliate "passo passo" , anche in italiano.

Edited by Bordic

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