There are a few things you can try. First, make sure you've got "fixed_GUI = 1" in your VRParams.cfg: that'll fix the HUD in space, so you can look around and lean to get a closer look at things. Pressing Ctrl+Z will also shrink all the HUD near the center of the screen so that it fits better; but you'll have to lean forward anyway.CaptainKoloth wrote: ↑Tue May 12, 2020 12:09 pmI've been flying for a while in VR now and it's a blast! One minor thing: I'm having trouble getting the text to be readable. I tried changing around the SteamVR resolution but it didn't seem to do much, and I don't want to start breaking ddraw and other stuff. Is there a way to just make the HUD elements and targeting computer bigger so they're easier to see? I have the dynamic cockpit turned off (as that was REALLY tiny).
Enable DC and lean closer on the instruments. You can adjust the sensitivity of your motion in CockpitLook.cfg so that you don't have to lean too much.
Still with DC on, select the option that displays the HUD or remove the "erase_region" commands from the DC files and then add the following to your Dynamic_Cockpit.cfg:
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move_region = TARGET_AND_LASERS_REGION, 0.35,0.55, 0.65,0.90 move_region = LEFT_TEXT_BOX_REGION, 0.15,0.55, 0.35,0.90 move_region = RIGHT_TEXT_BOX_REGION, 0.65,0.55, 0.85,0.90
However, I strongly suggest you turn DC on and adjust your motion sensitivity so that you can lean to read stuff better. You'll have to do that anyway no matter what option you choose.