FS22 ENHANCEDVEHICLE V1.0.0.0

Description:
What does EnhancedVehicle do?
This mod adds a track assistant, differential locks, drive modes (all-wheel, RWD/FWD) and direct control of front/rear hydraulics and equipment to (motorized) vehicles. Additionally, the HUD gets a bit of an upgrade with a more detailed damage indicator, fuel tank level, fuel consumption, engine RPM and temperature, and weight/total weight.

Version 1.0.0.0
2021-12-30 – V1.0.0.0
+ re-added option to move track and diff HUD elements via config XML
* bugfix for flickering HUD on dedi server when someone switches through vehicles

2021-12-27 – V1.0.0.0-rc5
* bugfix for the HUD being shown in vehicles where it should not be visible

2021-12-27 – V1.0.0.0-rc4
* fixed a rare bug for snap feature not working as expected on dedicated servers (thx “a Bit Brutal”)

2021-12-26 – V1.0.0.0-rc3
+ added configuration menu option for “number of visible tracks”
+ added key binding to quickly change headland distance (RShift+Numpad / or RShift+Numpad *)
* bugfix for not being able to steer when globally disabling track assistant when snap to track is enabled
* minor change in calculation of workwidth. should now also work if vehicle and attachments are not aligned in a straight line
* changed default width of “virtual tracks” from 4m to 6m

2021-12-25 – V1.0.0.0-rc2
+ added option to show dmg/fuel above the speedmeter (classic) or on the top-right below the gameinfo panel
* disable follow track when resetting track
* minor modifications on key bindings and actionEvent code

2021-12-23 – V1.0.0.0-rc1
* another bugfix for multiplayer

2021-12-23 – V0.9.9.9
* HUD bugfix for dedicated server

2021-12-23 – V0.9.9.8
* rewritten the complete HUD code. looks better, fits GUI scaling.
+ added key binding to quickly cycle through headland modes
– removed key binding for “resume previous snap direction”

2021-12-20 – V0.9.9.7
+ support to increase/decrease width of calculated tracks
+ added support for “fake” tracks. use this if you have no attachment but want tracks. press rctrl+numpad2 twice.
* bugfix for attachments on attachments
* minor fixes

2021-12-19 – V0.9.9.6
* fixed some logic code bugs
* modified track display above speedometer a bit

2021-12-18 – V0.9.9.5
+ added headland behavior. open configuration menu to configure headland behavior for each vehicle.

2021-12-16 – V0.9.9.4
* display track number even when guide lines are turned off
* changed appearance of track display a bit: #actualtrack -> turnover -> nexttrack
* next track number in game world is rendered in green

Note
I recommend to open the configuration menu once after each new mod version via “Ctrl + Numpad /” and reset to default settings.

What’s new in version 0.9.x?
First of all: Welcome to FS22. The mod functions from the FS19 version have all been taken over – except for the shuttle shift. That feature has been removed, as the game now supports this out of the box.
NEW feature: a track assistant (“GPS light”) and a simple “hold direction” mode (“snap to direction”).

How does the Track Assistant work?
Drive to the field with your vehicle and an attachment and turn on the guide lines with RShift+Home.
Position your vehicle parallel to the edge of the field.
Turn on the track assistant with RCtrl + Numpad 2. A bunch of lines will appear representing the tracks.
Above the speedometer you can see the current track number your vehicle is in, and next to it a number between -5 to +5. This number indicates how many tracks your vehicle will turn when you press the “turn” button. Example: You are in track #5 and press “turn” with a value of +1 -> your vehicle will enter track #6. Example 2: You are in track #10 and press “turn around” with a value of -3 -> your vehicle will sort into track #7.
Press RCtrl + End to automatically keep the car in the current track. You don’t need to steer now – just accelerate/brake or turn on cruise control.
At the end of the field, the vehicle can turn around if you press RCtrl + Home. Note: The vehicle simply tries to reach the new track. It is not very intelligent about it. It does not turn in several moves or something like that. Just try it out and see how it works.
When you steer, track keeping is immediately disabled. With RCtrl + End you turn it back on.
If you changed the attachment or want to realign tracks -> RCtrl + Numpad 2.
Headland: In the config menu you can turn on/off the headland mode, configure what should happen when headland is reached and set the distance to the end of the field

Keyboard mapping (can be remapped in game options) / full list on Github
Ctrl + Numpad / – Open configuration menu. There you can turn on/off some functions and turn on/off the HUD elements.
RCtrl + End – keep vehicle in current track or snap to current direction
RCtrl + Home – Turn into next track or turn direction of travel by 180°
RShift + Home – turn guide lines on/off
RCtrl + Numpad 1 – Turn track assistant on/off
RCtrl + Numpad 2 – Recalculate track layout
RCtrl + Numpad 7 – Differential Lock Front Axle On/Off
RCtrl + Numpad 8 – Differential Lock Rear Axle On/Off
RCtrl + Numpad 9 – Change Drive Mode (All-Wheel Drive, RWD/FWD)
LAlt + 1 to 4 – hydraulics front/rear raise/lower, attached devices on/off

FAQ

Q: Where is the configuration file?
A: in [..]\Documents\My Games\FarmingSimulator2022\modSettings\FS22_EnhancedVehicle\FS22_EnhancedVehicle_v1.xml

Q: There seems to be something wrong with 2WD (=not all-wheel drive mode).
A: Quite possible. The mod is bound to the game engine. The sometimes does what it wants and taking into account all parameters such as tire size, friction, payload, etc., the vehicle can sometimes make strange jumps or the like. Currently, however, the mod should have this reasonably under control. The idea of the function is also rather all-wheel+differential locks active, so you can reasonably drive up the shit driving silo ;-).

Q: I don’t see any engine temperature or fuel consumption!
A: Then you are most likely a participant in a multiplayer game and are not the host. Due to game engine limitations, the mod cannot determine and display the values.

Q: The damage for device xyz is always 0%
A: Then the device doesn’t support a damage model and the mod can’t display anything but 0%.

Additional Notes
The single, valid source for this mod is my Github repository: https://github.com/ZhooL/FS22_EnhancedVehicle

Credits:
Majo76 (formely ZhooL)
Translations were provided by several contributors

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