Cool, the release notes say something about a new Fanatec SDK, here's hoping it improves my poor Fanatec feel, downloading this build with fingers crossed.
UPDATE: I installed and tried it and it looks like the main changes to Fanatec wheel support is they added LED support for the gear shift indicator and they seem to have removed the strong centering spring so I didn't need to use the F1 dev mode to disable the centering spring force mask.
Alas the Fanatec force feedback is still very flat, only centering force and gear shift force, but not much other FFB for rear car weight or curb rumbles or anything...
I left my updated test feedback on the WMD forums and will still keep waiting and hoping for future builds to improve the Fanatec FFB...
Edited by kludger (04/22/12 02:12 AM)
Edit Reason: tested
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