ryans Did they give you a specific diagnosis?
Of course, they said I was deficient this and superior that, and divergent this and convergent that, and please make sure to sign and date the check before we go any further. I'm pretty convinced the entire field is a scam.
Any chance this was a monitor >144HZ refresh rate?
I tried 144hz, 240hz, and 360Hz. Bupkiss for all of them. Refresh rate (at least for me) has nothing to do with my BVD.
I did notice going to a lower FPS on some devices (down to 24 vs 60) was better, but still ultimately unusable
Windows 11 is being rapidly pushed out. I'm too chicken to try it. Did you try it?
I tried it in a VM, Win 11 is just as bad as Win 10. The software responsible for the issue (DirectX 12) is in both and they render the same. I am using Windows 7 and will continue to do so. There is a pretty large community of old OS users out there and plenty of Youtube videos on how to run them in modern day (XP especially)
I did briefly try an OS called Tiny10 which is a customized mega stripped down version of Windows 10 that does seem better, maybe that display part of the OS was removed, but I didn't spend a lot of time with it.
Also, any progress made with MS Engineer?
Nope, we have identified a hotfix that contains the offending code somewhere, but they told me there wasn't any use digging into exactly what it is since it couldn't be removed from Windows 10 anyway so there's no point. MS seems to be just like every other employer or company out there that crows about how much they care about "accessibility" and "helping people with disabilities", they will get all exited to help, and as soon as the 3-4 "default" things they expect to work fail and they see it's going to take actual hard work and experimentation to figure out what is going on, they toss their "empathy and concern" out the window and walk away. Same experience with Google and Apple. All their marketing about how much they care about inclusion is total BS. They only care as long as they don't have to make any effort