It happened to me with left controller in Medium last night, but shaking immediately my hand stopped the weird movement and fixed the problem for the rest of my sessions.
So what you are saying is, physical movement stopped the tracking issues?
This is sounding more and more like my tinfoil hat theory is turning out to be correct!
@YoLolo69 can you confirm whether or not your left corner trolleys trigger clicks when fully depressed and the dampening to stop it hitting no longer exists?
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Nope no, sorry this the misunderstanding : I don't have any problem with my buttons (dampening etc.), and the way I fixed the hand losing tracking is by moving it, like if you had glue on your hand and shake to make it fall. The goal was to "bring attention" of sensors, not to shake it to fix some wired problem inside I don't have (yet?)....Mmmm I'm not clear (bad english) : I mean I moved my hand up and away quickly and get it back and Sensor cached it again so it was fixed. More a camera problem which lost it, nothing inside the Touch. I hope this is clear.
I do have them wall mounted, says in my post above. 😛
I said that to get the sensors closer together (for 360 experimental) I'd have to mount them on the ceiling and I don't want to do that.