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hello guys I have a question would mark c work if im using my window pointer speed 6/11 to cause 1 to 1 action cause im hearing rumors it dont work at pointer speed 6/11.
When im also playing my games like crossfire im still noticing red and green lines when check my mouse recorder is that normal?
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post #2 of 7
Why do you need mousefix? Turning "pointer precision" off isn't enough?
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From what I understand, first you need to disable acceleration in both windows and in your mouse drivers if you have them installed. Also some sensors have inherent acceleration built in. Finally most sensors will have some acceleration when you move the mouse faster than x speed. Hopefully that helps.
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6/11 is linear 1:1 tracking. Windows sensitivity settings other than 6/11 have acceleration or deceleration. Checking enhanced pointer precision also enables accelration.

The MarkC mousefix is necessary as some games automatically call a Windows function that in prior versions of Windows automatically disabled acceleration but now enables and doubles it. It is recommended to install it if you have Windows Vista/7. It may get rid of acceleration in settings not 6/11 too. I don't know
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Originally Posted by Dannibal View Post
6/11 is linear 1:1 tracking. Windows sensitivity settings other than 6/11 have acceleration or deceleration. Checking enhanced pointer precision also enables accelration.

The MarkC mousefix is necessary as some games automatically call a Windows function that in prior versions of Windows automatically disabled acceleration but now enables and doubles it. It is recommended to install it if you have Windows Vista/7. It may get rid of acceleration in settings not 6/11 too. I don't know
Nope.

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Originally Posted by Glymbol View Post
Why do you need mousefix? Turning "pointer precision" off isn't enough?
Windows has native acceleration. EPP just controls the amount of acceleration based on movement speed.
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They don't? I thought they added a slight acceleration on Windows Vista and up as otherwise it skipped pixels?

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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post
Windows has native acceleration. EPP just controls the amount of acceleration based on movement speed.
Link? I thought 6/11 lacked acceleration w/o enhanced pointer precision checked was accelerated in XP onward. In 98, it just skipped pixels if you set it high enough. Things might be different in 7 though.
Edited by Dannibal - 7/17/11 at 4:26pm
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post
Windows has native acceleration. EPP just controls the amount of acceleration based on movement speed.
You can turn it off. I don't know any game besides HL / CS1.6, with problem mentioned above, adding -noforcemparms to launch parameters solves it.
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