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but it's too late to change

It's never too late to change or learn

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post #12 of 22
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

It's never too late to change or learn

A true master is an eternal student!

Good quote smile.gif

Well, when I get home, I'll give my lower sens a go, and see if I feel better with it.

I'll worry about turning around later.

Besides, in CS:GO, if they are behind you, you are ded, or HIKO!
post #13 of 22
I do wonder what kind of sensitivities you are talking about. Personally i seem to do well with about 25cm/180 - i don't play FPS games enough to get really accustomed to slower sensitivities so they negatively affect my speed and consistency.

I have some friends that use sensitivity literally 10x higher than me - so they might consider 2cm/180 as fast and 5cm/180 as slow, while meanwhile my other friend plays on 40cm/180. When talking about sens, it's important to give numbers so that people can judge if the issue is you or if your sens is actually high/low to the point where it's more difficult to perform.
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My high sens is something like 65 cm / 360

My lower sens is basically double that (138 cm/360)

I'm not *bad* as such in CS:GO. I'm LE, but I just want to improve faster -__- frown.gif
Edited by DrSebWilkes - 10/22/15 at 6:43pm
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Potentially but it could get you killed if you forget to toggle it off again.
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If you're going to do this, against all advise rolleyes.gif you should probably make the button decrease sensitivity for aiming. Toggle it on only when you need that extra sniping accuracy. sniper.gif Then the rest of the time, keep it off so you can maneuver quickly. wheee.gif You may find that eventually you become accustomed to shooting with the training wheels off.
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If you're going to do this, against all advise rolleyes.gif you should probably make the button decrease sensitivity for aiming. Toggle it on only when you need that extra sniping accuracy. sniper.gif Then the rest of the time, keep it off so you can maneuver quickly. wheee.gif You may find that eventually you become accustomed to shooting with the training wheels off.

I use zoom ratio for lowering my scoped sens. The sniper button (if you will) would be used to raise DPI, to turn around faster.

It would be a toggle where pressing it raises the DPI, and letting go lowers it back to normal.

But no, I'm not sure. I'll test it out in game, and if it doesn't work, it doesn't work. :/

I'm just keen to keep one sensitivity.
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I think if you absolutely have to do that, have the high sens be default and press for low. Your sensitivities are very low and very very very very low at the moment biggrin.gif
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I think if you absolutely have to do that, have the high sens be default and press for low. Your sensitivities are very low and very very very very low at the moment biggrin.gif

Why have the high sens to be default? that's what it is, and it gets lowered by the Zoom ratio for scoping. I'm suggesting 'reversing' the effect [somewhat] by having a [anti] sniper button that helps me turn around faster


and hey! I like my sensitivities tongue.gif Would prefer to stick to one, but ... hey .. I'll do whatever is best
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Why have the high sens to be default?

Because a sens that low is already a minor impairment. Taking 1.5x the size of your mousepad to do a 180 turn is crippling and you can'd hold down this anti-sniper button for 3/4 of the game very effectively
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