friction point=cars moving a bit forward=rpms drop=car idles rougher=going more than 1mph,= D without pressing anything on automatic
if there are ppl in front of u, then the smartest thing to do is not use the brake. since its downhill, get the clutch out to friction point and gas it a little so the car moves a little, when moved a little and wanna stop, push the clutch all the way in, when you feel that ur not going anymore and ur about to roll back soon, get the clutch out to friction point again and gas just a bit so ur car doesnt move (remember its downhill). lets translate this in automatic. if ur on a downhill, and waiting for ppl in front of u, you gas a little, and then when you wanna stop, you let go the gas until the car starts rolling back or stops moving. to keep the car not moving you have to press the gas a little more(cause its uphill), when you wanna accelerate you press gas more. same thing with manual. get to the friction point and gas it so ur car wont move, and whenever you wanna move ur car, just let the clutch out as much as you gas. when you wanna stop pop the clutch back in and let ur foot off the gas. when you about to roll back, get to clutch to friction and gas it alittle, and ur car wont move.
that trick is better so you wont roll back at all when you driving on a traffic uphill or stop sign. letting ur foot off gas to brake, brake to gas, and all that takes longer to do and rolls ur car more quicker. eventually ur gonna be good at getting it to the friction point later on after months of practice that switching from brake to gas and getting it to friction point to move ur car forward will be a piece of cake.
btw, doing wut i said on a traffic uphill (around sunset) is not a good idea. ull definetely burn ur clutch cz ur gonna play with it too much. suggestion: dont take ur car to sunset uphills anytime soon
this probably is the longest post i ever made