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Custom mouse curves
« on: 12:05 PM - 01/05/19 »
 In the custom curve tool. Can Y values be set at X values of less than 2? In other words
Is 2 the lowest x value where I can input a corresponding y output value?

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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #1 on: 01:02 PM - 01/05/19 »
Position values can be adjusted manually by clicking the text box or moving the slider on the right of the graph. The amount of available positions can't be adjusted.
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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #2 on: 01:32 PM - 01/05/19 »
 So I take it 2 is the lowest position Available 
Are the available  positions equal to inches per second? Or another form of speed  measurement ?
« Last Edit: 02:25 PM - 01/05/19 by Mb1966 »

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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #3 on: 05:04 AM - 01/06/19 »
 Can anyone tell me what the speed measurement is  for this tool?

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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #4 on: 01:45 PM - 01/06/19 »
I understand that there are people with more pressing issues to deal with regarding usability of their Apex.
But there are still those of us trying to find that sweet spot that gives us PC like functionality. So an answer to this question would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #5 on: 02:36 AM - 01/07/19 »
https://community.xim.tech/index.php?topic=68540.0

Will this help you out? Idk just trying to help
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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #6 on: 06:36 PM - 01/07/19 »
Thanks for trying to be helpful but I’m looking for the speed measurements for the tool on XIm manager.
Would any of the XIM team moderators like to help?

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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #7 on: 09:15 PM - 01/07/19 »
I’m assuming the y axis represents the speed of the reticle & the x axis the speed of the mouse.
My question is....
Are the positions along the x axis fixed in multiples of 2?
And if so are those velocity values measured in mm/cm/or inches per second?

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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #8 on: 05:35 PM - 01/09/19 »
“Where are the creators”???
Can I please get an answer to the question?
« Last Edit: 12:33 PM - 01/11/19 by Mb1966 »

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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #9 on: 12:43 PM - 01/11/19 »
Wow. Four days & no answer!
Is this because this post has been unanswered for so long that it was pushed to page 2?
Or because “my” questions are considered “unimportant” & “irrelevant”?
Just curious.

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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #10 on: 01:06 PM - 01/11/19 »
dont believe the x axis for mouse speed is really tied to a exact speed of a mouse. or measured to a degree that you are trying to get. know you are trying to get numbers for it but what exactly would you do if the numbers did go up by 2. like what is a mouse speed of 46 supposed to mean to you?

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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #11 on: 01:46 PM - 01/11/19 »
For instance...
If the x axis has a mouse speed measured in inches.
And let’s just say the positions available “are”only available as multiples of 2.
Having this knowledge would allow you to place y axis values at these multiples to arrive at a desired interpolated value in between.
An inch is a pretty large mouse movement when aiming.
So it could only be benificial to know what your reticle behavior is going to be between let’s say 0-2 or 2-4 inches for fine aiming.

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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #12 on: 01:58 PM - 01/11/19 »
Thanks for the info but xim team members “have” & “do” respond to questions I ask of this type on “this” forum.
My questions are just as relevant as anyone else’s
They gave us these tools so that we could tweak them to our own  liking.
But how accurately can you take measurements from a ruler that doesn’t have any?
Thanks but I’ll wait for answer...

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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #13 on: 01:59 PM - 01/11/19 »
Have you ever thought about using xim link and giving povohat a try?

https://community.xim.tech/index.php?topic=68212.0

The benefit of mouse acceleration is that it makes absurdly low sensitivities feasible. You could have a base sensitivity of something like 360°/220cm, which is absurdly low and almost completely unusable in normal fast paced games. With acceleration you can use this sensitivity when you move the mouse slow, as in when you're tracking a target or compensating for recoil or whatever. And if you need to turn quickly, a fast flick of the mouse will give you a sensitivity of something like 360°/11cm.


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Re: Custom mouse curves
« Reply #14 on: 02:32 PM - 01/11/19 »
 Yes I have 
Don’t want to decrease my response time by putting anything else between my xim & console.