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post #21 of 23
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Originally Posted by James N View Post

That is why when i use a new mouse or play a new game or even change my mousefeet. I go up to a wall , aim at the corner and turn around 360degrees, then measure my cm and keep adjusting it, till it is the exact same in every game.

it's faster and easier to just measure the cpi of both mice using mousetester, and adjust sens accordingly,
but your method should be fine as well as long as you don't run out of mouse pad and can keep a fairly straight line for the entire 360
post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

it's faster and easier to just measure the cpi of both mice using mousetester, and adjust sens accordingly,
but your method should be fine as well as long as you don't run out of mouse pad and can keep a fairly straight line for the entire 360

Yea it is not too hard to keep a somewhat straight line, i just redo it a few times and then it works out. My mousepad is 90cm wide and i use 48cm/360, so that is not a problem. Even with a smaller one, i would just lift it up place it on the left side again, move it again and then just sum it up.

Although when it is not a new game and i use a new mouse, and already have my values figured out, then your method is definitely a good idea.

There is the mouse sensitivity website, but for some games it is not really accurate.
post #23 of 23
well it's hard to pick up a mouse without the sensor sensing X movement, i'd say mousetester is more reliable overall. imo it's not an issue though, i don't use the same cm/360 across mice. when it feels right, it's right nerdsmiley.png
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