<i>Manage 3D Settings</i>
Yes I am having the same problems - can't get WebVR to work at all!! Just black screen in headset and/or browser crash. Sometimes the headset tracking works in browser - i can see two images moving when i move my head but they are not the circular oculus images just square. Then Oculus complains "Sorry, firefox.exe is taking a while to load".Even tried latest beta
nightly Firefox 56.0b11 at all. And as above person says this instruction below that
we are supposed to do is impossible:"For PCs (especially laptops) using NVIDIA chipsets, there are several methods of enabling the discrete GPU. One way is from the NVIDIA Control Panel: Load <i>3D Settings</i> <i>></i> <i>Manage 3D Settings</i> <i>></i> <i>Program Settings</i> tab, and select Mozilla Firefox (<i>firefox.exe</i>) (with the Firefox icon) as the program to customize, and select “High-performance NVIDIA processor” as the preferred graphics processor."There is NO “High-performance NVIDIA processor” option anywhere in the Program Settings tab FFS!!!Tried demos on this page: https://webvr.rocks/firefox#setup
I'm kind of reluctant to share this as it seems snake oil, but after spending half a day getting WebVR to work with Firefox, I changed the OH environment from the outdoor scene to indoor. It worked after that, even after changing it back again ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
> Did you have the FF icon in OH before changing the environment?No I did not and I still don't. I don't have a clue how to add that there, to be honest. How did you do that?And I'm sad to report that WebVR stopped working again, so my snake oil solution was just that.
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