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In VR, it appears to be really hard to click the three ejection seat switches.

The big cover intercept the click. It was not the case with the old pit.

 

Do you have the same issue ?

 

Thank you in advance,

Chapa

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Same here... (VR) And same technique too.. :)

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you have to click on the ends of the buttons and not their base. that works until they change the hit box.

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New Cockpit VR, Ejection Seat Switches not clickable

 

Hey, if you open the Ejection Seat-Arm cover, the Switches are not clickable in VR. Its only closing the cover but youre clicking directly on the Switches.

Its wirking if you dive your head to your crotch tho ;)

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That's not only a problem in VR ... I think the main issue are the click spots for the switches that are depending on the viewing angle hidden behind the click spot of the cover plate. One has to find the right viewing angle and then there is just a very small area around the switches to klick to change their position.

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That's not only a problem in VR ... I think the main issue are the click spots for the switches that are depending on the viewing angle hidden behind the click spot of the cover plate. One has to find the right viewing angle and then there is just a very small area around the switches to klick to change their position.

 

For sure !

 

But having relearnt the ramp start the day before the update, I can say that it's really worse than it used to be. I try in different angles, some even strange and the only way is to spam clicks and sometimes if lucky one switch turn on... next one... next one...

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For sure !

 

But having relearnt the ramp start the day before the update, I can say that it's really worse than it used to be. I try in different angles, some even strange and the only way is to spam clicks and sometimes if lucky one switch turn on... next one... next one...

 

++1 very true. Those click spots need to be refined - maybe - If possible - making different click spots for the cover plate depending If its open or closed could solve it

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Working fine now with latest patch.

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