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FSD Beta Videos (and questions for FSD Beta drivers)

joelliot

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Aug 25, 2018
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...wondering how many of the bad cornering problems would be fixed by having FSD disengage when the accelerator is pressed, just like when the brake is pressed. ...seems like a few of the videos I've seen where accompanied by words like, "I had to give it a little push..."
 

Daniel in SD

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Jan 25, 2018
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San Diego
...wondering how many of the bad cornering problems would be fixed by having FSD disengage when the accelerator is pressed, just like when the brake is pressed. ...seems like a few of the videos I've seen where accompanied by words like, "I had to give it a little push..."
They should add a way for beta testers to turn the steering wheel before crossing into oncoming traffic.
 

EVNow

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Sep 5, 2009
11,540
32,143
Seattle, WA
...wondering how many of the bad cornering problems would be fixed by having FSD disengage when the accelerator is pressed, just like when the brake is pressed. ...seems like a few of the videos I've seen where accompanied by words like, "I had to give it a little push..."
That would be opposite of current functionality. You press the accelerator to make the car go (or go faster). You wouldn't expect it to disengage FSD/AP.
 

Magnetic

Member
Jan 11, 2020
86
206
Pennsylvania
Let’s review: Tesla Down Load Button
1) Elon status on time lines, ugh yeah let’s skip that one.
2) Hmmm, how is it going to magically appear on our screens? Green The Only didn’t report seeing it in any code? I guess that means push out another software update. We all know how long that takes to cross the fleet, even if only the FSD purchased vehicles.
3) How does the backend work, you push on a button and it crosses the network to Tesla and a program was developed to recognize the button response and then enter the vin into the queue and then poll the car logs for a week, then anaylze the data and then make a decision and somehow now allow the vehicle to download the beta? Interesting. Seems like a good dry run feeder beta test for Tesla Texas Insurance future offer.
4) Let’s just wait and be surprised in the morning when Santa delivers us the button. I’d love to get it and I have had FSD since 2018, but realistically I don’t believe it is happening anytime soon. I’ve logged tons of miles on FSD and Autopilot, car is at 93K miles, but that and $5 will get me a cup of coffee.
 

helvio

E-TARDIS
Aug 11, 2020
562
826
Phoenixville, PA
Let’s review: Tesla Down Load Button
1) Elon status on time lines, ugh yeah let’s skip that one.
2) Hmmm, how is it going to magically appear on our screens? Green The Only didn’t report seeing it in any code? I guess that means push out another software update. We all know how long that takes to cross the fleet, even if only the FSD purchased vehicles.
3) How does the backend work, you push on a button and it crosses the network to Tesla and a program was developed to recognize the button response and then enter the vin into the queue and then poll the car logs for a week, then anaylze the data and then make a decision and somehow now allow the vehicle to download the beta? Interesting. Seems like a good dry run feeder beta test for Tesla Texas Insurance future offer.
4) Let’s just wait and be surprised in the morning when Santa delivers us the button. I’d love to get it and I have had FSD since 2018, but realistically I don’t believe it is happening anytime soon. I’ve logged tons of miles on FSD and Autopilot, car is at 93K miles, but that and $5 will get me a cup of coffee.
Mostly agree but I can get much more than a cup of coffee with $5
 

mhan00

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Oct 13, 2014
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Southern California
They should add a way for beta testers to turn the steering wheel before crossing into oncoming traffic.
I mean, there is one. They literally just turn the wheel, which disengages the system. If you mean they need a method to turn the wheel without disengaging the system, maybe? Does that really help with anything? Does trying to implement something like that screw with anything else and/or have any unintended consequences?
 

Daniel in SD

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Jan 25, 2018
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San Diego
I mean, there is one. They literally just turn the wheel, which disengages the system. If you mean they need a method to turn the wheel without disengaging the system, maybe? Does that really help with anything? Does trying to implement something like that screw with anything else and/or have any unintended consequences?
That was the joke. :p
I do think that being to apply corrections without disengaging might help encourage people to be more proactive. My understanding is that's the way OpenPilot works. The only problem I can think of is that people might get confused about whether the system is on or not and the wheel torque driver monitoring wouldn't work.
 

mhan00

Active Member
Oct 13, 2014
1,402
1,955
Southern California
That was the joke. :p
I do think that being to apply corrections without disengaging might help encourage people to be more proactive. My understanding is that's the way OpenPilot works. The only problem I can think of is that people might get confused about whether the system is on or not and the wheel torque driver monitoring wouldn't work.
Lol, your joke flew right over my dumb head. ROFL.
 

Magnetic

Member
Jan 11, 2020
86
206
Pennsylvania
Excuse me Sir, may I have some Salt and Pepper with this Crow I now have to eat. 2021,32,22 loaded this morning, must of come in last night while I was sleeping. The request button is there, under Autopilot. If you're bored wait for it to get to the 60% mark and listen to the car. Yikes, thought it was turning into a transformer, or going to drive through my garage doors. Made sounds I never heard before.

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n.one.one

Info w/o Drama
Oct 12, 2014
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Metro Atlanta, GA, USA
Update to yesterday's wish list:
  • Button tonight - ☑️
  • 10.1 to current testers tonight - delayed 1 day
  • Excellent 10.1 videos this weekend - hopefully
  • Videos from new (button pusher) FSD beta recipients next weekend - it really could happen
 

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