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Hi guys,

 

I'm not sure if it is a bug or just a nature of VR+DCS. Basically, what I'm experiencing is that a position inside a cockpit is changing once in a while. For example, I've finished flying a mission, and position was fine. Next time I start another mission, and it is shifted to the right or left. Re-centering does not help. I found a way to fix it, but it is annoying - I would have to go and edit snapviews lua every time, and then adjust it via numpad keys. Also, I'm using only one sensor. Should I may be connect the second one as well? Any ideas?

 

Thanks!

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I don't use a Rift (yet). But if the snapview keeps getting changed I would make the file read only.

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Yes I get this also, seems to happen when I take the Rift off for what ever reason. I just put Rift back on and look forward press num pad 5 to recenter and all good to go.

 

Not sure if DCS or Rift update but it's not a big deal and easily sorted.

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exactly what I do. hit the number pad 5, and it'll center.

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Hi guys,

 

I'm not sure if it is a bug or just a nature of VR+DCS. Basically, what I'm experiencing is that a position inside a cockpit is changing once in a while. For example, I've finished flying a mission, and position was fine. Next time I start another mission, and it is shifted to the right or left. Re-centering does not help. I found a way to fix it, but it is annoying - I would have to go and edit snapviews lua every time, and then adjust it via numpad keys. Also, I'm using only one sensor. Should I may be connect the second one as well? Any ideas?

 

Thanks!

 

Do you have 'User Snap-view' enabled in your options?

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only ONE SENSOR !!! why that ??

 

plug the second one ;)

 

I mapped a bouton in direct X ; on my gaz ; to VR center

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When I first launch DCS and get into the cockpit, I hit VR-Re-center button to get my view from within just right. I never have to touch it again until I exit out of DCS and launch it again. So only first time after launching DCS do I really need to do this.

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Guys, I got it with numpad 5 of course, but my story is different. It is not the angle that keeps changing, but it rather gets shifted left or right. It is like if you apply RCTL+RSHIFT+numpad 6 or 4.

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I don't use a Rift (yet). But if the snapview keeps getting changed I would make the file read only.

 

That is what I'm going to do. But how in the world the snapview would get changed on its own??

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Do you have 'User Snap-view' enabled in your options?

 

Yes, I do. May be I should re-center/re-adjust all modules and then turn it off.

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VR drift is normal, I will say that its less noticeable in native Oculus Home games.

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I don't know. I don't think I've ever experienced drift with CV1. Maybe re do the calibration of the sensor(s)?

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