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Tracks: How do I access the additional 2500+ tracks?

Started by Anonymous, April 01, 2005, 07:08:09 PM

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I downloaded the trackpack and extracted. Tracks are now sitting in a subdir of my Stunts directory, thus:

...\stunts\tracks\same structure as in zip

When choosing a new track, I only get the standard list, and when
I type something in the 'Path' field, nothing happens at all.

Please give a guy a hand?

Thank you!


you should enter


or with any other letter to the path.
nothing else.

it hsould work.


Game looks into default directory, that is game one.

When loading a track, you have to enter the appropriate directory into the "path" request starting from the root : it's not a relative directory compared to game one, it's full path that is needed.

For example, if game is into c:\stunts folder, you must enter c:\stunts\tracks\a or c:\stunts\tracks\b and so on, and not just \tracks\a. :wink:



Quote from: "zaqrack"it IS relative if you don't start with /
Damn ! After all these years, I still learn something about Stunts. :lol:


Ok, I'm having the same trouble - always HAVE, since 1994.

This is my folder structure:

default tracks plus all the tracks I've created

all the many tracks I've downloaded

Obviously, I can easily load any of the default tracks, or the tracks I've created because Stunts looks in the root folder, first.  The problem is that I cannot make Stunts look in any other folder!  I've typed:


into the Stunts track path, but when I hit ENTER, nothing happens.  What am I doing wrong?


The paths into the "Load Tracks" (and "Load Replays") are relative to the Stunts root folder. So, in your case, just pass tracks1 as path and the game will automatically go to c:\stunts\tracks1 (BTW, remember to use extra subdirectories if you have lots of tracks in that folder - 127 is the limit for a single directory IIRC). And welcome Jake  ;)


I would like to stress, that if you have more than 127 track in that folder, it won't work. Divide them to more subdirectroies.

And yes, you should only write: tracks1
and press enter, or the down arrow


Forget about those tracks, race in competitions instead, it's 10 times more fun!
But we can't be quite sure.

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