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Offline Jameason

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Axis sensitivity adjustment?
« on: 03:56 PM - 04/04/13 »
Hey guys,

I am trying to tune a profile for Halo 4 gauss gunner and would like to turn down the up and down mouse axis sensitivity. How do I do this? I have become decent at moving left and right but if I don't move the mouse in a straight line I get messed up from the higher rate up and down movement.

I tried to do a search and could not find anything other than people saying that they changed the x-y movement. I can't seem to find this setting.

Thanks!

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Re: Axis sensitivity adjustment?
« Reply #1 on: 09:25 PM - 04/04/13 »
xim edge doesnt offer that if im right, only xim3 and other xims do it
other than that there are workarounds

most mice with onboard memory offer x and y independend dpi values
create a new mouse profile and change the x/y axis dpi to a ratio that suits you :)
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Re: Axis sensitivity adjustment?
« Reply #2 on: 03:21 AM - 04/07/13 »
xim edge doesnt offer that if im right, only xim3 and other xims do it
other than that there are workarounds

most mice with onboard memory offer x and y independend dpi values
create a new mouse profile and change the x/y axis dpi to a ratio that suits you :)

Thanks for the info... What would be a mouse that's comparable to the g400 that has on board memory?


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