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Mouse performance

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting' started by Psychomorph, Jul 15, 2012.

  1. Psychomorph

    Psychomorph  

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    I noticed I have strong negative acceleration in INF. That means if I turn around very fast, the mouse speed slows down significantly and I turn only half the way as I would if I was moving the mouse slower.
    I don't have this in UT.

    I tried a Diamondback 3G and Zowie AM, both have this.

    Any ideas how to fix this?
     
  2. soultaker007

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    Hmm did you try fix thet with mouse sensitivity in inf options?
     
  3. Ocsi88

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    I think it's that maximum turning speed thing in inf for being more realistic.
    The problem is, when you want to turn faster, than the possible, there is no acceleration. ;(
    I hated that in inf at the first time, than i got used to it, because i cant fix it...
     
  4. Psychomorph

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    You have a point and I agree. You can turn fast in RL, but not as twitchy Quake fast. I still can turn around very fast in INF by controlling the mouse movement a bit, going not too fast and there is no negative acceleration. Case is settled for me I guess.
     

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