Quote:Did you even try the setting?
6/11 EPP on at slow speed is literally dropping counts e.g. the same as dropping below 6/11.
6/11 EPP off at slow speed is one count one pixel movement.
Exactly what EPP does and what it is used for: slow movement drops the sensitivity/counts registered to cursor movement while allowing the user to still be able to move fast across the workspace.
Not hard to understand.
> So no, technically, it is not enhancing precision, but enhancing convenience.
This is actually a good description. Precision itself is a bad term for this since that could be gained via manually dropping the sensitivity but that would remove convenience.
Also, EPP on is bad for games. There are better alternatives so if you argue that EPP works well for gaming, you're wrong. It's only somewhat useful in desktop environment.
Edited by trism - 2/9/16 at 4:30am