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    Red face Speed in metric mode way off

    I think this is a known issue with the speed of the car in CF RC2, but I will ask anyway
    I have set CF for metric (km/h) and I use Scandinavian map from Destinator 6. All other readings are correct except the speed.
    Is it my installation that is crap ore is it a bug in CF RC2?

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    I thought the speed came back in meters, but it was actually nautical miles...

    The math is all wrong, it's already been fixed in RC2.1...

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    Thanks that is grate Dave
    The police wont belive I have only been driving 20 km/h

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    I'm even more reluctant that they'll believe me I was driving - 6km/h

    David, is this issue with the negative speeds also related to the same issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andro View Post
    I'm even more reluctant that they'll believe me I was driving - 6km/h

    David, is this issue with the negative speeds also related to the same issue?
    We will find out when I release RC2.1... I know it was coming in nautical miles and I was calculating it very wrong... I don't see how negative numbers could have shown up, but I am using the exact formulas sent over from Destintor now...

    If there is an issue after RC2.1, that means it's in the Destinator SDK and I will have them fix it, I'm sure it will be an easy fix... It seems to be working for me right now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by veetid View Post
    We will find out when I release RC2.1... I know it was coming in nautical miles and I was calculating it very wrong... I don't see how negative numbers could have shown up, but I am using the exact formulas sent over from Destintor now...
    Hey, looking forward to finding out
    Thanks, David

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    i don't think it comes up negative in RC2, the numbers are just wrong
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    I am sure I have had a negitive value in RC2

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    We will check it in the upcoming release and if there is still a problem I will get it fixed...

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    Today I checked again the speed display in RC2 and I was constantly driving at somewhere between 10kmph and -6 to -38kmph. So yes, negatives do appear in RC2

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