Author Topic: Issue involving two "wheels"  (Read 402 times)


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Since I'm using a Fanatec Clubsport handbrake with the adapter, the game recognises the handbrake as "Wheel 2", since I don't actually have a Fanatec wheel. This means it's impossible to use both my Logitech G27 and the handbrake.

I think this would be a quick fix, either marking the handbrake as a button instead of a separate controller, or just setting "Wheel 1" as the primary controller.
« Last Edit: April 18, 2017, 02:52:31 PM by TumeK5 »
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There is no reason having 2 wheels hooked up won't work. My fanatec pedals are recognized as wheel3. Go to wheel2, scroll down to handbrake and assign control to your handbrake. I have an accuforce and g27 hooked up and use shifter on g27 and wheel axis assigned to accuforce with 0 issues.
« Last Edit: April 18, 2017, 04:23:18 PM by blazngun »
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