FalloutNV profile missing

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Takatu
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FalloutNV profile missing

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Hi,

I think the fallout new vegas profile is missing in the current release.

But anyway thanks for the great work!


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It hasn't been created yet. We didn't have enough time, and FalloutNV had other issues we still have to fix first.

The biggest problem is the Vireio menu doesn't appear, so it's difficult to adjust the game let alone worry about VRBoost! :lol:

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The Vireio menu is almost fine for me in FalloutNV. It has only some grahics glitches but nothing major.

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You are able to see the Vireio full menu in FalloutNV?

Share a screenshot from FRAPS. I will let Denis know. Maybe he was doing something wrong?

I don't have FalloutNV, but he does.

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I can also see the Viero menu in F:NV

The actual game doesn't respond well to it but I can get the menu up no problem.

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Some screens if it's of any help.

Wearing the Rift, you can not get the 2 images to form something you can focus on. They are too close together and need to be spread apart to form a single stereo image. None of the menu settings allow this to to happen. I assume this division is based on the set IPD value in the OculusSDK configuration tool that is referenced by the driver (I see my profile name in the driver). However it has no effect in the game. I've noted a couple of games that feel like the image is too close actually but none so much as this one. The others may be adjustable with the tool, i'm yet to try.
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Need to push Control+T to get the menu up, and then push E to close the game menu otherwise you just end up navigating your way to game quit.
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Re: FalloutNV profile missing

Post by EisernSchild »

Ouch... i totally screwed that up ! Menu renders, of course.... :oops:

Here's the missing VRBoost file :

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/139 ... outNV.MTBS

Thank You both Takatu and Rift_Astro for the help, please post your FalloutNV world scale configuration and tell us if the VRBoost file works for you !!

Cheers, Denis

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Excellent!

Just so you know, it's completely unnecessary to do external links like that. *.MTBS files can be attached to forum posts directly.

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Neil

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