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  1. markundsteffi

    Game Update | Developer Log | October 2020

    @BarryBL I would like to ask you if there are also plans to fix the telemetry-issues. As example the correct penalties are not available. Kind regards, Mark
  2. markundsteffi

    F1 2020 UDP Specification

    Thank you, yes it is. Kind regards, Mark
  3. markundsteffi

    F1 2020 UDP Specification

    @ThibaudPHP Please could you check, if there is also a event for clearing penalties? I get only penalties like this: Event: PENA Details: PenaltyType: 1 InfringementType: 17 VehicleIdx: 19 OtherVehicleIdx: 255 Time: 5 LapNum: 1 PlacesGained: 0 After this "speeding in pitlane" I don't get another event if I clear the penalty by pitting again in the next lap. So my problem still exists: I am not able to see the correct penalties during the race. :o( Kind regards, Mark
  4. markundsteffi

    F1 2020 UDP Specification

    @Hoo With yesterdays update we can see the penalty in the ingame-HUD (as example speeding in the pitlane). Will this fixed now also in the telemetry-data?
  5. markundsteffi

    F1 2020 UDP Specification

    @Hoo Are there plans to work on this UPD-issues? For me it is still important to have the correct penalties in seconds. And here are a lot of other problems written that could be fixed. Kind regards, Mark
  6. markundsteffi

    F1 2020 UDP Specification

    Hi, I think not all penalties are stored in m_penalties. And if I clear a penalty in the pit I am not able to get this information. Could you add/fix this? Kind regards, Mark
  7. markundsteffi

    F1® 2020 | UDP Specification

    This arrays shows you the used tyre-types in the race. E.g.: Start with soft, a few laps later wets, the end of the race with hard tyres. You will get then: m_tyreStintsActual[0]=id for soft m_tyreStintsActual[1]=id for wet m_tyreStintsActual[2]=id for hard Kind regards, Mark
  8. markundsteffi

    F1® 2020 | UDP Specification

    Yes, I can confirm this - it is always 0.
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