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Oculus Task Bar??

Chillisteak
Level 4
Hey folk,

Any ideas to fix this would be appreciated...

My for lack of better a name I'll call it the Oculus taskbar (the bar that allows me to click Virtual Desktop, home settings etc) Appears to have moved to the middle of the screen and I've no clue how to get it back to the bottom again.
In its current position it's directly in my line of sight, so if I use the virtual desktop (which I do regularly) I have to look under it etc. 

I tried recentring my view despite everything else being positioned perfect, no effect on the taskbar, I tried resetting the sensor tracking and again no effect on this bar.
So I'm assuming somehow there's a way of moving it that I'm missing and have done accidentally. 
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TomCgcmfc
Level 15
Just grab it with your right controller by hovering it over the dash menu bar, squeeze the trigger and drag it down.  Next time you startup it should remember where you positioned it but you may still need to finetune its position.

I'm assuming you are using an Oculus Rift btw.
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Chillisteak
Level 4
Yeah Oculus Rift, when you say controller, xbox pad do it? because I got my rift before they started bundling the touch controllers with it.

Chillisteak
Level 4
Ok moved it with the xbox pad, but you can't adjust it like you can with grabbing a window, so it now appears to be curved at the bottom and at a distance making it hard to read. But it's not in the way any longer, which is a bonus. Odd that it's suddenly done this as I've not even connected an xbox pad in months to move anything.

TomCgcmfc
Level 15
Ya, much easier to do with touch controllers.  I didn’t even know you could move it with an Xbox controller.
i9 9900k, rtx3090, 32 Gb ram, 1tb ssd, 4tb hdd. xi hero wifi mb, 750w psu, Q2 w/Air Link, Vive Pro