Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

139 Excellent

About Bearfoot

  • Rank

Recent Profile Visitors

1284 profile views
  1. I saw your post describing how to this, and did exactly that. Unfortunately, no change It's a good thing to know how to do, though, so I appreciate you describing it. Only other thing I can think of is to delete the headset and controllers, and uninstall/reinstall WMR. Or reinstall Windows. But that seems so drastic ... especially as every other game works fine.
  2. Please, could you explain "I wonder if the selection between SteamVR and OpenXR runtime may affect this (check SteamVR developer settings)." further?
  3. I have the same problem! Have you founda solution?
  4. Ok, will try that next. I've already uinstalled/installed the whole Steam/SteamVR/SteamWMR stack. No joy. Fortunately, all other games work (still) work perfectly.
  5. I did mess around with NVIDIA settings to tweak it, following the VR4DCS guide. But I've reset that now. Next step is to uninstall steam, steamvr, etc. But apart from the PIA, I'm a little nervous about messing up the other programs that do work now !
  6. Uninstalled Ocurlus completely. Furthermore, on this system IL2 was never installed while Oculus was installed. So: uninstalled Oculus; installed Steam, SteamVR, etc; and only then installed IL2. And, as I said, for a few days it was all working perfectly. Also no mods or anything.
  7. Folks, Just upgraded to a Reverb G2 from a Rift S. Got everything setup and working fine. Been flying great over the last few days. Then, last night, fired up IL2 and found everything, from the menu's down to the cockpit, strangely skewed. Like am I looking at everything at an angle, with one side closer to my face than the other. Tried resetting my view, my seated position, rebooting, and, finally, even uninstalling and reinstalling IL2. But still get the same effect. This is only with IL2. Other sims as well as all the various VR home screens are perfectly aligned. Has anyone experienced this or have any idea what's been happening?
  8. Where do you get it from? EDIT: never mind, found it. Bought it.
  9. So, it seems that what is needed to replicate the feel is: (1) No center detent; yet (2) Very distinct/clear re-centering (return-to-center when released); plus (3) Non-linear progressive tension, with strongly increasing resistance at extremes Would that be what you are looking for?
  10. For me, I love the soft lack of center. It doesn't bother me at all. It's like riding a bike or driving a car. I don't obsess whether or the steering wheel is straight or not. I just subconsciously adjust the wheel/handle to keep the vehicle pointing/going in the direction that I want. Similarly, I don't care where the control is positioned, but what it does. So the control is an extension of myself rather than part of the plane --- just like I don't worry whether or not my arm is centrally located exactly, I just push fwd/back/left/right to get it to go where I want. With the stick just an extension of your arm, if you think you need up, you pull back; want to roll a little left, pull left. In all cases, whether or not you cross the center is a purely academic question, a point of trivia that never really seems important at the time. Above is just my 2c, and YMMW. And for full disclosure: I have never flown a real a/c in my life and compared to the many virtual experts in this world, suck in both flying and fighting in the virtual skies! FWIW, though, having sat in a number of actual combat a/c cockpits in a couple of museums (also, my favorite so far, an F4 [EDIT: by which I mean the Phantom II, not the Wildcat]), I was surprised to find that the actual sticks not only have absolutely no discernible center, but were crazy loose. To the point that they could almost be described as floppy. But it is possible that these firm up quite a bit in the slipstream. Either way, though NO center.
  11. Yes --- I did in fact zoom the briefing map. Good catch! Either way, it's not a deal breaker as a more detailed briefing map is available in game if needed. Just want to add that I really appreciate this program: even with the new built-in career mode it definitely has its place, especially in the way we interact with the mission set up as well as the fundamental "flavor" of the missions themselves. THANKS!
  12. Update: it appears that there are TWO independent things going on. (1) The error above (2) The error in the part between the chair and the monitor, a.k.a. user error, a.k.a. I am an idiot The second explains the lack of mission generation: I did not click Briefing Map > Pilot Selection > Accept Mission. Doh!
  13. Hmm. Just saw this thread: Perhaps I should have posted this there?
  14. Is there something I am not doing right? I select a new mission and everything seems right (i.e., the program does not crash, and the mission briefing etc. are all available). However, the mission itself does not actually get created (not there in the folder). When I look at the error log, I see this error (full log attached). PWCGErrorLog.txt.txt
  • Create New...