Allow the IPD size overlay to be disabled
Sometimes a slight movement of the head can be enough to move the lenses slightly, I am unsure of what causes this, could be the bridge of my nose pressing upward, could be a wobbly IPD slider, either way it becomes a source of annoyance when the IPD "toast" message keeps floating up onscreen during an experience.
Please, please, please give us an option to disable this.
Jeremiah Johnston commented
Please give us a disable option!
Come on! Fix this, it totally destroys the experience! Can believe they still haven't pay attention to this!
Diego Bruno commented
Same here. It is very annoying. As a QA engineer I can't believe how Oculus QA is not flagging this as a major issue.
Minibattle Lop commented
Can someone make a mod to fix this, because oculus doesn't seem to care
Peter Grenon commented
This needs to be fixed. I'm tired of playing games only to have the IPD widget pop up mid play, ruining my experience. I literally took the headset off today out of frustration after making it farther into a difficult song on beatsaber than I ever had before, when the widget pops up and causes me to fail out of the song. I'm tired of it. Just add an option to turn the digital display OFF!
this is horrible. i cannot play any games with movement.
please provide a way to disable it
Itsonpurpose Isntit commented
the ipd pop-up effectively renders the Quest useless if you value immersion even a little bit - why is this not fixed yet?
Annoyed user commented
Hire a competent product manager to properly set a requirement here--this notification should not nag during normal operation.
Also, hire a competent engineer to properly debounce this or just let us turn it off. The utility of seeing this number is very low. The penalty of constantly breaking immersion with this pop up completely undermines the whole premise of the product.
YES PLS IT IS ANOYING AS ****
I hate oculus for stupid mistakes like this
MAKE IT OPTIONAL!!!!!!!!
andrew dumbrill commented
I just want to add my voice to the many. It's become pretty unusable for me. I can't believe they won't just add a software toggle. It's really quite sad.
Garrett Fallin commented
IPD Keeps popping up to the point that it's making any standard of game play impossible.
Francis Holmes commented
Please fix this. I really hope one day someone figures out how to disable whatever little app is responsible for this junk
WTF!! Fix this S*** everyone I talk to in games says they have the same problem! or someone make a sidequest app to remove it please
Francis Holmes commented
this is a feature I never wanted and it makes games like pistol whip almost unplayable whenever the notification keeps popping up
Chase Bennett commented
Bruh many people asked to have an indicator before, now they want it removed. Picky.
Glenn Willen commented
Seriously, how is this still ******* broken after all this time? It would be what, 10 lines of code to let us turn it off? It's getting worse and worse every time I put the headset on, I can hardly move my head anymore without the ******* popup covering the display.
James Derham commented
Please allow your customers to turn off the IPD notification.
There is definitely some hardware issue that can sometimes cause the IPD popup to go haywire, even if nothing is touching the slider. A simple software patch can add a setting to disable this (while not in the home menu), like how other notifications can be turned off.
David Lawrence commented
Yes! Please give an option to turn the IPD UI off. It's constant popping up during game play and is a total PITA. It really messes up the experience. It should only turn on when touching the slider and with large movements. The current implementation doesn't work. This is an *easy* fix! Please fix ASAP
I see this issue all the time, in menu and in games. It's really annoying, especially when it comes up when there's text on the screen
I am not touching the slider, just looking around and it pops up.
Please make the super simple software fix and do not display this when the float value changes from 75.4 to 75.5 and then round up and flag a "change". Likely the sensor is wobbling and sending slightly different values, but lerp those and only display when a meaningful value is changed. It doesn't just drift, but it does wobble