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  1. I experienced thr exact opposite. The G1 pulled my eyes out of line immediately without tool correction. I did the same adjustments on the G2 but removed again as it wasn't needed. No problems since. I'm guessing this is down to the quality of the initial manufacturer calibration.
  2. I was getting similar issues with icons disappearing. This registry entry fixed it for me. Use a wmr headset? Give this a try - Virtual Reality - ED Forums (eagle.ru)
  3. I don't see the problem. LSHFT-F4 to look back, F1 to return to forward facing.
  4. I'll give that a go for sure. My neck can't take too much dogfighting. Will report back. Yup, works a treat in the Mustang with OVGME. I'll now have to delve into the Hornet and see if I can replicate. Thanks for your efforts.....
  5. In answer to your question-not quite and definitely not in a Rift, but with a G2 and a 3090 and with a bit of knowledge of how to set things up, it is getting very close to what you're seeing here in my experience.
  6. I would add vastly improved tracking to this. My chair is in a dimly lit corner with a wall next to it. If I look on the wall side to check six in the G1 or look down at the console, the tracking shifts drastically. This drove me absolutely nuts. The G2 so far has been absolutely spot on, so was worth the upgrade to me for this alone. Also the 3090 I bought compliments the headset perfectly and is a great match in DCS for the resolution of these headsets.
  7. I just wasn't sure whether the exe changed settings or opened a settings menu. Just run it. Exactly what I need. Thanks.
  8. EDIT: Sorry, yes, I can. You can do it by running the exe file which is X:\xxxxx\Steam Libray\steamapps\common\MixedRealityVRDriver\bin\win64\OpenVRSettingsUX.exe Can anyone elaborate on the above from Imacken. Will this exe enable reprojection for the G2 without editing the cfg file?
  9. I'm seeing this with mine as Steam VR motion smoothing settings do effect DCS, however I assume it has to be activated in the VR Dash first, which my friend cannot do. Imacken, EDIT: Sorry, yes, I can. You can do it by running the exe file which is X:\xxxxx\Steam Libray\steamapps\common\MixedRealityVRDriver\bin\win64\OpenVRSettingsUX.exe Do I ask my friend to run this?
  10. Thanks chaps. I'll give that a go then.
  11. Quick question, I'm helping a friend setup his G2 and we're having issues with reprojection. WMR for Steam VR BETA is downloaded and we set the Motion Smoothing in Steam VR/settings/video/per application/DCS to Enabled. As he didn't buy controllers, he cannot access the Steam VR dashboard or the specific WMR reprojection settings within that app and the settings in Steam VR are not turning on reprojection. FPS is fluctuating in DCS. Do I need to revert to the old way and go into the WMR Steam Apps notepad page and comment out the marks next to auto?
  12. I fly the Hornet and have this set to 60 in the G2. Feels about right to me.
  13. What is this punk driver you speak of?
  14. I have a 3090 and have been experiencing exactly this. Wasted many hours trying to solve it. Thanks for posting.
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