When I have leap motion windows service running/hand tracker plugged in it messes with index controller tracking

When I have leap motion windows service running/hand tracker plugged in it messes with index controller tracking, makes my index controllers track in a jerky way intermittently even in just steam vr home, sometimes a controller will walk away or be slightly off in the space on occasion etc. It seems random, as soon as I take off the hand tracker from my 8kX or stop the leap motion service, tracking on my index controllers is normal again.

I made the same observation, but it affects Vive controllers as well. I wish there were an on/off switch in PiTool, right now I have to kill the service when Iā€™m not using hand tracking.

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