Originally Posted by pointystar
The bloody a4tech has the macro BUILT IN the hardware, meaning there is no process in the background. Many anti cheat systems check for processes in the background and terminate it. This is nothing like that, it's as if you are doing all that recoil compensation and stuff yourself. No one is going to ban you because you are too good. Thus, this macro will be FOREVER UNDETECTED.
This is also true of the mice that I mentioned, and many others as well. It's not a very special feature.
And no, some games will still detect a macro executed in a peripheral's hardware. They do this by checking for excessive regularity in timing. If you want to avoid this, you'll need a macro system that allows you to insert a random element into the timing...which does somewhat reduce the effectiveness of macros of this type. Although, many games don't go this far to prevent macros, so you should generally be OK.