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Osu: 1.3x
Normal: 1.0x
Precision Off
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SuzumiyaBR wrote:

800 dpi , MAX velocity , Precision ON in Windows , 1,3 in osu , precision off in osu
http://www.microlion.com.br/mouse/mouse ... genta.html
You're doing it wrong.
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G0r wrote:

SuzumiyaBR wrote:

800 dpi , MAX velocity , Precision ON in Windows , 1,3 in osu , precision off in osu
http://www.microlion.com.br/mouse/mouse ... genta.html
You're doing it wrong.
Why ?

Precision off in windows = mouse very fast in osu
precision on in osu = Not tested
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Actually, turning on Enhance Pointer Precision in CP will mess up your cursor movement with acceleration. I suggest you to disable it and apply MarkC Windows 7 Mouse Acceleration Fix if you're using Win7 since it is questionable if disabling precision will completely remove acceleration in Win7. I also suggest you to use 6/11 pointer speed in CP since 11/11 will cause a lot of skipping.

About precision in osu! itself, dunno what it really does but I tend to turn it off.

Anyhow, mine's Logitech G400, 800dpi, 6/11 w/ precision off in CP, 1.0 w/ precision off in osu!
Just an fyi to anyone who thought G400 had prediction, mine's newer one without prediction and its sensor is Avago 3095 instead of Avago 3080E (which the older one used and had prediction).
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This mouse acceleration fix thing. Never understood it at all. Makes no difference to me, and disabling precision normally has always been enough.

Can still jolt between long distance jumps without any problems. Yes I play with win 7.

I've also played with precision on and off in game. I still can't tell the difference.
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Not sure about my dpi... it feels 800/1200 though

Windows setting max and 1.2 ingame
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kriers wrote:

This mouse acceleration fix thing. Never understood it at all. Makes no difference to me, and disabling precision normally has always been enough.

Can still jolt between long distance jumps without any problems. Yes I play with win 7.

I've also played with precision on and off in game. I still can't tell the difference.
You can't really feel any acceleration with a really low dpi sensitivity and it also depends on your mouse sensor afaik
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Mionix Naos 5000 must be really awesome, then. 450 > all, too.
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http://donewmouseaccel.blogspot.com/201 ... on_28.html

I used to have XP up until end of last year and I used the cheesefix because I knew I had a problem with mouse accel.
Then I installed win7, and haven't felt it necessary to use any acceleration fix at all.

The problem with the fictitious acceleration was mostly mouse-sampling errors. The article does talk mainly about enhance pointer precision, but the bottom part of the article talks about win7 default mouse movement compared to XP. There was a guy (not MarkC, but probably inspired him) who managed to also prove that windows XP uses the vertical refresh rate to calculate Y-coordinate data for the mouse... and there's why you need to pick your refresh rate for the registry fix.

Some more editing, this is like the 10th edit (why do I care so much?):

http://donewmouseaccel.blogspot.com/201 ... ilder.html

In his fix he states the fix is only needed in older games that turn on mouse pointer precision. Which means that win7 is working perfectly fine and there's some comforting info for kriers that he is indeed doing it right. :P
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kriers is noob
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I'm surprised at all the people who pay for nice mice then max their windows sensitivity. In fact, as a long time fps player it terrifies me.

Here is a good article for those wishing to make the most of their mouse:
http://www.esreality.com/?a=post&id=1846538

Anyways, I have a Logitech g9x @ 2000 dpi with 6/11 windows sensitivity.

fingertip grip / no angle snapping / MarkC Acceleration fix / no precision enhance / default osu sensitivity
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masood wrote:

I'm surprised at all the people who pay for nice mice then max their windows sensitivity. In fact, as a long time fps player it terrifies me.

Here is a good article for those wishing to make the most of their mouse:
http://www.esreality.com/?a=post&id=1846538

Anyways, I have a Logitech g9x @ 2000 dpi with 6/11 windows sensitivity.

fingertip grip / no angle snapping / MarkC Acceleration fix / no precision enhance / default osu sensitivity
^^^^

Just gonna add something related to the article
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masood wrote:

I'm surprised at all the people who pay for nice mice then max their windows sensitivity. In fact, as a long time fps player it terrifies me.

Here is a good article for those wishing to make the most of their mouse:
http://www.esreality.com/?a=post&id=1846538

Anyways, I have a Logitech g9x @ 2000 dpi with 6/11 windows sensitivity.

fingertip grip / no angle snapping / MarkC Acceleration fix / no precision enhance / default osu sensitivity
Yeah... Isn't that weird? You spent the money on a good gaming mouse, and you set your windows sensitivity above or below 6 when you are perfectly capable of adjusting DPI instead? Why do this to yourself!? The only explanation is that these people do not research how mouse settings work, and so they think that it is all automatic and doesn't need to be tuned in any one way. It is the kind of attitude people give to tools when they don't understand the art that the tool applies to.
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3500DPI max in window and X1.5 in osu
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400 DPI, 1.0x sensitivity, Precision off in both window and osu
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810dpi, 1.0 in osu! and 6/11 windows. No acceleration.
Using claw grip
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Now I have a new mouse: Logitech G100.

Windows: 6/11 with Precision off
osu!: 0.7~0.8×, depending on screen resolution.
Mouse DPI: Often 1,000dpi, but thanks to the on-the-fly sensitivity switch, I may use 2,500dpi on spinners (which is the main reason I bought this mouse, since I can spin at constant speed when spinning wide)
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New mouse: Roccat Savu
400dpi
6/11, mouse precision on (modified with MarkC Acceleration fix)
osu!: 1.0x

This mouse has the best sensor of any mouse I've ever used (no acceleration even at >3m/s, or >4m/s if set to 800dpi). I was thinking of switching to 800dpi just for the higher speedcap, but I've only ever reached speeds higher than 1 m/s in osu! when I'm spinning.
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What's the problem with windows being at other settings than 6/11 ?
I'm using a mouse with changeable DPI's, I use it at 2100 DPI but windows at 3/11 :o (Acceleration ticked off but never applyed any fixes)
(If someone can explain me the benefit for using 6/11 instead of 3/11 I would like to know the exact DPI I must use with 6/11 for having the same feel as now)
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Arnold0 wrote:

What's the problem with windows being at other settings than 6/11 ?
I'm using a mouse with changeable DPI's, I use it at 2100 DPI but windows at 3/11 :o (Acceleration ticked off but never applyed any fixes)
(If someone can explain me the benefit for using 6/11 instead of 3/11 I would like to know the exact DPI I must use with 6/11 for having the same feel as now)
Use 2100/4= 525dpi with 6/11 sensitivity.
The difference is that with 3/11 windows ignores 3/4 of the point movements detected by your mouse to move the cursor in the screen.

In the end, there should not be any difference, but can try it anyways.
5/11, 7/11, 9/11 and 11/11 are the windows setting you should never use, because they have uneven pixel/point ratio.
Also anything above 6/11 inherently loses accuracy (the cursor skips pixels in the screen).
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