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Has something changed with the IHADSS in VR?


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I've been away from the Apache for a couple of months or so.   When I tried it out today, I'd swear that I'm having to focus my right eye close in to read the IHADSS, whereas I did not have this issue before.  It's as if it's no longer at infinity but much nearer, on the monocle perhaps?

Also is the pilot's head position higher than it used to be?  I'm pretty sure his helmet must be hitting the "ceiling".

Am I just imagining things?

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Nope, nothing there has changed as far as I know. I fly without the monocle visible in VR - focus is still the same. Regarding seat position maybe try a slow repair with DCS, don't know if something is interfering there on your end.

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Haven‘t noticed any changes as well. 

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I guess my eyesight must be going.  Thx.

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It was just me misremembering, I think I just needed a bit more time to get back into things.  Sorry for the bother everyone and thanks for replying.

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I can't comment on changes to what the IHADSS was like more than a week ago as I have only recently started a trial on the AH-64D. However I have been using IHADSS this past week in VR and the monocle was making my right eye feel really, really uncomfortable due to short distance focus while the left eye was focusing on a distant image. It would have been a deal breaker for me on the module. However, I found the disable monocle option in setup so now I can fly in VR and see IHADSS symbology without eye strain.

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