Updated 2020/06/27 V1.1: - Added controller profile management, useful if you use different wheels with different button mappings. - Remember state of "Show All" variables check box per ffb profile. V1.02 - Fixed further regional issues. V1.01 - Fixed problem with regional variation in parsing numbers. V1 - Added logging, bug fixes and changed sim setup process to be more obvious. There have been some requests for some way to manage using different custom ffb files and controller profiles. Here is a first attempt to provide a solution for this. At the moment it is just the custom ffb manager with the controller profile management still work in progress. You can get the tool using this Google drive link. The app can run from anywhere and will create a folder in your Documents folder to hold all the ffb profiles and settings. To use it first add a Sim by selecting the default custom ffb file for it. e.g. For AMS2 it would be C:\Users\Username\Documents\Automobilista 2\ffb_custom_settings.txt If you do not select the correct path for the sim to its default ffb_custom_settings.txt location then the tool will not be able to update it. Then add a new FFB profile and select a ffb_custom_settings.txt base file to use in that profile. This should be the custom ffb file that you want to modify and apply to the sim. To deploy the ffb for that profile to the selected sim simply click Apply at the bottom. The tool also allows you to edit variables easily from the ffb file. You can then copy and change the profiles to test different settings. For a custom ffb file to support the tool directly comment tags should be added around the set of variables for user editing e.g.: Code: ##MTUV_START (a_var 0.1) (an_other 1.0) ##MTUV_END (not_user_editable 0.5) For files that do not have the support check the Show All check box and you can edit all variables in the file. Controller profile management: The controller files are under a directory with the same name as your Steam friend ID. If you are the only user this will be the only id available so you won't have to look it up. If you have multiple Steam IDs you use then look it up to choose the right one. To save the current profile for a sim click on Add Current and give it a name. You can then update the current selected profile with any changes by clicking update. Apply the selected profile to the sim using the Apply button. This is just a first cut so expect there to be bugs. I'll update it with fixes and new features as and when as well as a better user guide. Let me know any issues or feature suggestions.