Have a Steering Wheel that you need to tweak on Linux for your favourite racing games? Oversteer can help with that a lot and a new release is up.
What can Oversteer do? Depending on what's supported by each device it can help you to change the emulation mode, change the wheel rotation range, combine accelerator/brakes pedals for games that use just one axis, force feedback gain, profiles for different games you can setup and more. It's almost essential if you like a good UI to work with your hardware on Linux.
Release 0.5.0 went out August 25, here's what's new:
- Fixed swapped pedal axes in the Logitech G920 wheel.
- Removed fake dead zones in the display of the steering wheel and pedals due to errors in some GTK themes.
- Fixed hot-plugging of devices with proper detection of disconnections and connections.
- Fixed warnings in the build/install process by upgrading requirements to Meson 0.50.
- Fixed enabling the screen ffbmeter when loading a profile.
- Added proper desktop environment identification of the app.
- New style for the overlay window with transparency and a title bar to ease relocation.
- The overlay window position will keep its position when in automatic display mode.
- The overlay window position is now saved in profiles.
- Experimental support for the Thrustmaster T300RS wheel if you're using this
- And other smaller fixes.
You can check it out on GitHub.