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How do you feel regarding this "anti-recoil" macro? Would you allow it in tournaments/competitions?

Am I off topic?
Edited by L4dd - 3/6/13 at 8:49pm
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How do you feel regarding this "anti-recoil" macro? Would you allow it in tournaments/competitions?

Am I off topic?
Offtopic, yes. Would i not allow it? I wouldn't. People paid money for a advantage the same way it works in games people buy pay money to get special items to get a advantage over other players

But if i was a developer .... not really.
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This ethical issue is as simple as defining what are you really measuring through competitive gaming ?

True physical skill ? If that everyone should play with the same hardware and no customization should be allowed (all the same PC, all the same peripherals)

Strategy, planning, reflection and skill ? If that, then programming and development skills, macros, advanced gimmicks and whatnot should be allowed
Hacks are also a form of skill IMO, because if they are widespread enough for you to find it (and not develop it), then they're not a real advantage since anyone with your "google searching skills" should be able to find it.

I think the goal of any competition is to find the best, and therefore, an special individual who managed to perform better than the others in a certain condition...
It doesn't matter if the rest played by different rules, if the system allows it then it is valid.
BTW all the competitive online games I know allow different hardware that deffinetively have an impact on gaming performance, so I don't believe that you are standing equal in terms of gaming.
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Angle Snapping is a term dubbed by Avago ( or Agilent otherwise). Pixart could have had a similar algorithm though referenced it under a different term..

Lets just say movement is corrected to an extent.

"To an extent" is a mild term concerning how bad it is on max DPI on my Kana wink.gif

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Huano switches. . . Hm. . . I don't know how good are those but the brand sound pretty cheap to me.
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They are used in pretty expensive Zowie mice too wink.gif .
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"To an extent" is a mild term concerning how bad it is on max DPI on my Kana wink.gif


3200 registry (1600 DPI on kana), is pretty poor. The 3200 DPI step is interpolated from there.

800 DPI should "correct" less than Avago/Agilent counterpart, though I believe it's situational to HW components/FW.
Edited by Skylit - 3/12/13 at 12:45pm
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Hm. . . I took a touring around a computer shop and suddenly found this Bloody V5. Aside from the macro program (which is optional, I would never pay 20$ for that cheat), it has a solid build overall. Interior ( board) look a bit cheap tho. Button is indeed responsive, I guess they are not fooling around with those marketing about clicking speed. I mean I can tap significantly faster than what I can usually do with a Sensei. Auto correction . . . . not much of an issue tho. Guess I will replace standard Steelseries mice and go with this one for a while wink.gif
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I am curious to try this mouse out. If anyone has it can you tell me about the lift off distance, and if it has any prediction.
Edited by Oeshon - 3/28/13 at 8:51am
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I am curious to try this mouse out. If anyone has it can you tell me about the lift off distance, and if it has any prediction.

Roundly 2mm. Have prediction


(400 dpi, Enhance pointer precision off)
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