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steam workshop - no setups for any car?

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I can not see any setups when I try to load one through steam workshop.
Can't believe no one has uploaded any setups.
Is there something wrong?

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There are plenty of car and FFB setups in the Dirt Rally Workshop at Steam.
I have used several with no problems.

Unfortunately I have no idea why you can't see any.
All I can suggest is the old faithful, restart computer then Steam.
Good luck.

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Ah ok.
Why dont they make these things obvious?
Like a note at the bottom of the screen or something?

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Wait, I have to download them separately in steam before I am able to see them ingame in the workshop section?

Good to know...

Thanx

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Here's detailed guide: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=570805193

I'll paste it over here for future lost souls.
DiRT Rally Service Park - Guide
By Adrian Paul Smith
Guide for sharing Force Feedback and Vehicle Tuning via Steam Workshop with DiRT Rally
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Force Feedback - Uploading

FFB presets can be accessed in the Vibration & Feedback section of the Controls menu.


Once you have edited your settings sliders, go to the ‘Load/Save Presets’ section.


Here you can save a preset to a slot. Saved presets can be uploaded to the Workshop by pressing the Publish Preset button.


While uploading a PLEASE WAIT dialog should be displayed (this could take a couple of minutes depending on your internet connection speed).


On successful upload, the game will bring up the Mod page in the Steam Browser, where you can edit information about the mod.
Note that all mods are uploaded with default name, tags and picture. It is recommended you fill in these details to describe the devices used and the values tweeked in your title/description.


Once you are happy with your controller preset you need to set the mod to visible before it can be viewed/subscribed to by others.
Force Feedback - Loading
Once subscribed you can see the subscribed tuning mods in the Steam Workshop manager.

Subscribed mods will be displayed with a tick icon.
Mods you have published will be displayed with a spanner icon.

Select a mod to load the into the current FFB preset.
Vehicle Tuning - Uploading
Creating a tuning preset requires you to actually enter an event. In the Service Area, navigate to the Setup Vehicle page. Edit your sliders to the desired settings and then go to ‘Load/Save Presets’.

Creating a tuning preset requires you to actually enter an event. In the Service Area, navigate to the Setup Vehicle page. Edit your sliders to the desired settings and then go to ‘Load/Save Presets’.


While uploading a PLEASE WAIT dialog should be displayed (this could take a couple of minutes depending on your internet connection speed).

On successful upload, the game will bring up the Mod page in the Steam Browser, where you can edit information about the mod.
Note that all mods are uploaded with default name, tags and picture. It is recommended you fill in these details to describe the devices used and the values tweeked in your title/description.


Once you are happy with your vehicle tuning preset you need to set the mod to visible before it can be viewed/subscribed to by others.
Vehicle Tuning - Loading
Once subscribed you can see the subscribed tuning mods in the Steam Workshop manager linked to from the service area.

Subscribed mods will be displayed with a tick icon.
Mods you have published will be displayed with a spanner icon.

Select a mod to load into the current Tuning preset.

Reuploading

Published mods can be modified both for FFB and Vehicle Tuning presets. You would need to edit the current settings for FFB/Tuning and then go to ‘Load/Save Presets’ section and select the slot you want to overwrite. Slots that contain a published preset have a spanner icon on them. To update a published mod, first overwrite it and then hit the Publish Preset button.
Subscribing / Unsubscribing
To get a community mod from the Steam Workshop into the game, you would need to subscribe to it. You can subscribe to mods on the Dirt Rally Steam Workshop page anytime.

If you don’t want a mod anymore, simply select unsubscribe from the Dirt Rally Steam Workshop page and it will disappear from the game.

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