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    I’ve just got the Oculus and vorpX.
    I have developed a simulator in Cry Engine 3. I was very pleased to find that vorpX works in Cry Engine 3 Sandbox game mode, something that wasn’t certain. Using Oculus Rift in my simulator will be amazing! Particularly useful for aerial combat, where I should be able to turn my head to track aircraft targets.

    I did notice one odd thing, though. When in an aircraft cockpit, if I turned my head the view turned correctly – but it also moved the control yokes. It seems that turning my head also changes the mouse x,y values. I hope vorpX doesn’t control head turning by actually changing the mouse x,y values, that would make it impossible to use the mouse for other functions. Is there a solution for this?

    I have a *big* problem with my glasses. For now I’m using Oculus without my glasses, but it’s very blurred and I can’t read text. I need to reduce the head turning gain. If I press Del the vorpX menu appears, but I can’t read it. For now, is it possible to change the vorpX game settings on the main computer screen?

    One other problem. Crysis 2 works, but not Crysis. If vorpX is active, Crysis fails to load after just a few seconds. The error message is:
    “Crysis has stopped working
    A problem caused the program to stop working correctly.Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.”
    Does anyone have any ideas how to fix this? I’m running Windows 10.
    Many thanks,

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