Author Topic: Course plotting in elite dangerous using the rift  (Read 646 times)

Barney Bear

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Course plotting in elite dangerous using the rift
« on: January 12, 2018, 10:28:52 am »
Hi Everybody

I have to say that Voice Attack has made my life a lot easier with elite dangerous using the oculus I have made quite a few of my own commands (with the help of others and the forums). My problem is however I programmed VA first on my 28" monitor and tested the outcome without to many problems until I tried it with the rift and found that (yes you guessed it ) the screen displays are totally different and the commands don't exactly match, for instance if i use the set coordinates for the mouse on the monitor the position is totally different in the rift.

So my plea to the cleverer people out there is how do I program VA for rift use not monitor. Every little helps guys and would be extremely appreciated.  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Gangrel

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Re: Course plotting in elite dangerous using the rift
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2018, 06:43:07 pm »
Use UI movement keys instead of mouse co-ordinates.

The only downside with this is that you will need to disable the "look at panels to activate" them option IIRC.

dab42

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Re: Course plotting in elite dangerous using the rift
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2018, 05:43:29 pm »
I use one command to set a target system as a variable or text input
This could easily be modified to include on the fly dictation to input the system name

Code: [Select]
(set course for home )
Set Text [target system] to '{TXT:Home system}'
Execute command, 'plot course' (and wait until it completes)

(Set course for alien ruins)
Set Text [target system] to 'Synuefe XR-H D11-102'
Execute command, 'plot course' (and wait until it completes)


(plot course)
Press / ? key and hold for 0.03 seconds and release
Pause 2.5 seconds
Press E key and hold for 0.03 seconds and release
Press Space key and hold for 0.03 seconds and release
Pause 0.03 seconds
Set Windows clipboard to '{TXT:target system}'
Pause 0.03 seconds
Press Left Ctrl+V keys and hold for 0.063 seconds and release
Pause 0.03 seconds
Press Enter key and hold for 0.03 seconds and release
Pause 3.211 seconds
Press D key and hold for 0.03 seconds and release
Pause 0.03 seconds
Press Space key and hold for 0.03 seconds and release
Press / ? key and hold for 0.03 seconds and release