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DoctaJonez

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  1. I would also like to use the dual clutches for race starts.
  2. Seriously? The game hasn't even been out 2 months yet. It is very early in the game's life cycle, and way to early to be talking about not supporting things until the next game. Also, why on earth are Codemasters still producing a brand new F1 game each year? It no longer makes sense. They'd be much better off getting people to buy season passes, and pushing out incremental updates. It'd also benefit the fans, who could play any season they like. Imagine being able to play a multi year career, from 2014 to 2019, with historically accurate driver changes and team changes. That's the kind of thing that would be achievable if they didn't scrap the previous version of the game every year.
  3. Once you've set compatibility mode, you need to close the game and open it again, otherwise it will not recognise the wheel. If in doubt, restart your Playstation.
  4. It's these two buttons...
  5. Thank you for the quick feedback! I tried my wheel for the first time last night, and was very confused that it wasn't recognised at all. I figured it must have been related to the new patch. Good luck finding the problem, and thanks again.
  6. I've been trying to get the Podium F1 wheel to work with F1 2019. The only way I can get it to work is to put it into "compatibility mode", which makes F1 see it as a CSL Elite (I don't know if this has any detrimental implications). Am I doing something wrong? Is there a way to get it to work without compatibility mode? i.e. in "PS4" mode? I've managed to get it working with GT Sport, without compatibility mode, but F1 2019 doesn't recognise the wheel at all. It took me a long time to figure out how to get it to work. F1 2019 will not recognise the wheel if you switch to compatibility mode after starting the game, so if you accidentally launch the game with the wheel in "PS4" mode, you need to exit the game, switch the wheel to "PS4 compatibility mode", and then start the game again. (I hope this information is helpful for anyone else having problems) Is this a bug? If so, are there any plans to add proper support for the Podium F1 wheel? Does running in compatibility mode prevent anything from working on the wheel? (such as vibration motors in the wheel, or newer FFB effects) Am I doing something wrong? Is there anything I can do to get it to start working? I'm running F1 2019 on the PS4 Pro. Thank you for any help people can offer.
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