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2022/08/16 10:07:43 (permalink)
Windows 11 Version 21H2 (OS Build 22000.836)
PrecisionX1 version 1.3.6
 
Got this problem - if I have the OSD enabled, which I used to always have on with Afterburner, and I am in the XBox app, and expand a title, and the video starts playing or I manually hit the play button, the XBox app crashes. 100% reproducible. Disable OSD, and it does not crash.
 
Also, somewhat related, since the XBox app is a Microsoft Store app, I cannot readily find the executable to add to the PX Server to override detection, which would, admittedly, solve the problem.
 
Any help here with this?
 
Also, a feature request, same as with RTSS, is there any possibility to have the list allow the user to designate either apps that *are* detected or apps that are ignored? By default a clean install of PX1 will show OSD on numerous apps I don't want it to - especially every game ecosystem launcher I have (Battle.net, Origin, XBox for Windows, Ubi Connect, etc.). I'd rather add my games and have it only detect them as I play them. I know others prefer it the way it is, so a toggle to make the list detect / ignore would be great to satisfy both camps.


 
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Re: OSD enabled == XBox app Crash when viewing videos 2022/08/17 16:22:33 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby nkyadav 2022/08/22 11:14:37
The Xbox app executable should be located under C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\Microsoft listed as xboxapp.exe

Are you able to turn on OSD after the game launches? Does that still crash the Xbox app?

I've sent this information off to our product management team, if we can replicate the issue we should be able to fix it.
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Re: OSD enabled == XBox app Crash when viewing videos 2022/08/18 06:22:37 (permalink)
Thanks for the reply, Matthew. Yeah, I can turn it on after the game launches (only manually, see below), but if I'm not paying attention when the game ends and the XBox app loads again, same issue.
 
Also, side note - I've tried setting shortcuts for both toggle and enable / disable OSD but none seem to be working. I've tried F10, F11, F12, CTRL+SHIFT+O, and CTRL+SHIFT+ALT+O. None of them seem to be working. I even tried removing PX1 using the pinned topic to remove all components (though on Windows 11 I had to remove the PX1 dir from C:\ProgramData, not my user profile). Still no go, I cannot get a shortcut for enabling and disabling / toggling OSD to work.
post edited by nkyadav - 2022/08/22 07:38:08


 
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