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Re: A scientific method for choosing sensitivity.
« Reply #30 on: 01:46 PM - 11/16/12 »
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Re: A scientific method for choosing sensitivity.
« Reply #31 on: 02:00 PM - 11/16/12 »
Cool man, I look forward to helping out. I need to do a video but lack of capture hardware has me at a stand still. I am working slowly but surely to get a capture setup but budget is limited.
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Re: A scientific method for choosing sensitivity.
« Reply #32 on: 05:46 PM - 11/28/12 »
I setup all my configs by placing the mouse on the desk right in the middle of my monitor. Then I adjust sensitivities until the gun feels like an attachment of my hand and mimics my movements.
Bam, Done! Works great for me. Interesting read though Fiasco. On a side note, with my current settings I went and shot a wall at a point where I would like to engage the enemy and I had no problem staying on target while straffing. ;D
« Last Edit: 05:54 PM - 11/28/12 by RML »


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