Thanks for voting for this idea! Within the 1.42 PTC software update, there is an option to disable the automatic launching of Home. Switching this setting off will stop Home from auto-launching in scenarios like jumping into VR and exiting out of apps. You can find this option within the Settings > General menu inside Oculus desktop app. Please opt into the public test channel to check it out and let us know what you think!
An error occurred while saving the commentBrandon Espinoza commented
I have a few thoughts about Home 2.0.
Firstly, when introducing a person to Oculus, Home 2.0 causes nothing but confusion. In Classic home, I could easily give a person instructions because the design and layout of Classic was carefully thought out, most likely by a UX designer. In home/dash 2.0, things that use to be easy to find are much more difficult to access now. For example, when showing a new player how to adjust the headset IDP in Classic, I would say, "do you see the tiles on the right, click the middle one."
Second, why has the store been moved to a separate app? In home classic, I would browse the games every night looking for deals because it was right in front of me after exiting a game. Why would you choose to move something that is generating income? Since the update to 2.0, I only hear about games from websites and friends now.
Finally, and I hate to beat a dead horse here, but performance. I mean come on, the rift was designed for gamers, why isn't performance a priority?
Hi all! Thanks for submitting and voting for this idea.
We recently added the ability to adjust the Guardian sensitivity, which you can find in the settings menu while in VR.
Since this idea is a bit more expansive in terms of what is being asked for, we’re going to leave this open for voting. We hope you enjoy the new Guardian settings that have been added in the meantime!