Author Topic: Is it appropriate to discuss the UI yet?  (Read 261 times)

eje005

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It's terrible and getting worse every patch.  But if it's just a WIP right now there's no need to bring all these up and it's not a problem.  So if that's the case, disregard this.  Otherwise, let the official UI tear down thread begin.  Please be polite and helpful in these. 

1.) There's no where to tune the suspension, brakes, and differential stuff of your car in custom event races.  It's also very confusing to tune in the single player campaign stuff.

2.) Upgrading the car is painfully slow.  Like 3 clicks to upgrade a single part, plus one more click to get back to the part selection?  Tsk.


I'll be adding more.


Adenru

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1.) There's no where to tune the suspension, brakes, and differential stuff of your car in custom event races.  It's also very confusing to tune in the single player campaign stuff.
There is. Just before the race start.
2.) Upgrading the car is painfully slow.  Like 3 clicks to upgrade a single part, plus one more click to get back to the part selection?  Tsk.
Having table menu where you can see all upgrades at once would've been way better. Tedious upgrades is the reason I don't want to get new cars.