After installing the new PiToolSetup_1.0.2.071, you NEED to replace the content of folder C:\Program Files\Pimax\PVRHome\ with the content of the folder \PVRHome_v0.28\ Included in this ZIP/RAR file!!!
Bundled with NEW VERSION PiToolSetup_1.0.2.071. The PiTool is REQUIRED to be installed. Download link below: (same link, new folder PVRHome_Beta_v0.28). Available in compressed RAR and ZIP file:
(Requested Feature) Search feature added! The right-bar has now a real-time search input field for filtering games/apps in all categories that includes text/letters entered. Upon clicking on input field, a virtual keyboard popus up with all letters, caps lock, backspace and some special characters. The Search function is NOT case sensitive, so caps lock doesnt really matter. Click on “Done” to hide the keyboard. On right side of the Input field, there is also a “remove all text” button so you can clean the search input field at any time. The search basically looks if the game title .Contains() the specified letter(s), and lists the games instantly. Simple but efficient!
VR Experience now imports SteamVR, Revive and VivePort games into its own folders (separated from PiTool). The folder is C:\Users\user\AppData\LocalLow\Pimax\PVRHome\GameImports . As soon as I get the Oculus game imports working (without PiTool’s help), I will move Oculus imports to the same directory, but meanwhile they are located in old directory as before. Eventually, I will also add a feature to manually import custom games directly within VR Experience, but I need to more time to implement a harddrive-browser for Unity. Meanwhile, use the PiTool manual importer just like before.
SteamVR/Revive games are no longer being re-imported every time upon startup (less demanding and faster startup). If a game already is imported, VR Experience only updates the SteamVR “last played” date+time, to sync it up with what SteamVR has saved in it’s manifest file. This means none of the game categories (SteamVR/Oculus/Revive/VivePort/Import) are re-importing upon startup anymore. Hopefully that speeds up the VR Experience startup time if you have hundreds of installed games!
Minor UI bug fixes and improvements.
- Install the included PiTool version (file PiToolSetup_1.0.2.071.exe)
- Open PiTool, go to Settings → General and DISABLE/UNCHECK “Start Pimax VR Home”
- Go to C:\Program Files\Pimax\PVRHome\ and remove all content inside the folder.
- Copy all content from the \PVRHome folder provided in this RAR file, and paste it into C:\Program Files\Pimax\PVRHome\
- In PiTool, go to Settings → General and ENABLE/CHECK “Start Pimax VR Home”
Pimax VR Experience should now start in the background and inside your Pimax VR headset.
The log is created every time you exit the application.
So to be able to read the log, exit Pimax VR Experience first, by:
- opening PiTool, go to Settings → General and DISABLE/UNCHECK “Start Pimax VR Home”
- Click on the Quit button (bottom bar) in the Pimax VR Experience
The log file is called:
The previously created log is (previous instance of the application running):
The program appdata files, user settings file, favorites etc that are used by VR Experience are located in:
User Settings profile:
Game import-data profiles (SteamVR/VivePort/Revive) are located in:
Game import-data profiles (Oculus/Imported) are located in (temporary solution):
Game SETTINGS profiles (SteamVR/Oculus/VivePort/Revive/Imported) are located in:
Favorites import-data profiles are located in:
SteamVR Optimization profiles for SteamVR/VivePort/Imported games are located in:
Thank you for helping out!
/ Martin, SweViver