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I found a post awhile back about white floating boxes in VR in P3D.  I can't seem to find them now or figure out how to fix this.  I'm trying native VR as im having really poor performance in the latest FlyInside.  Performance seems better except I have a white box in the FSL A320.  Any ideas why this is?

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Chris,

some airplanes like the FSL A320 need 2d-panel transparency set to 100% in native VR. Go to P3D Settings -> Graphics -> Display. It is on the lower right.

If you need 2d-panels, you have to reset it to 0, but otherwise I have found no side-effects.

Michael

 

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There's an easier fix, before you enter vr just right click on the small white square and click undock panel.

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8 hours ago, michaelth said:

Chris,

some airplanes like the FSL A320 need 2d-panel transparency set to 100% in native VR. Go to P3D Settings -> Graphics -> Display. It is on the lower right.

If you need 2d-panels, you have to reset it to 0, but otherwise I have found no side-effects.

Michael

 

Ahhh - there it is.  I remembered reading this awhile back but couldnt find the post.  Gonna give this a go in a bit.

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Another way to get rid of the white box is just to shift-click with the mouse pointer and drag it - it's a movable window. I just drag it up over my head out of sight.

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On 5/18/2019 at 5:41 PM, dmaas said:

Another way to get rid of the white box is just to shift-click with the mouse pointer and drag it - it's a movable window. I just drag it up over my head out of sight.

I never tried that but the transparency did work for me.

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