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post #61 of 3106
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Originally Posted by De-Zant View Post
What is this "Initial computer name"?

Gonna sign up after I know what I need to put there.
I'm assuming like mine.
I have two setup on my WhatPulse account.
Desktop & Laptop.

EDIT:
http://whatpulse.org/stats/users/317520/
post #62 of 3106
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Originally Posted by mbudden View Post
I'm assuming like mine.
I have two setup on my WhatPulse account.
Desktop & Laptop.
yeah I have 2 computers on mine as well, one's prinny and the other one is prinny-rubberdome. You can chose which computer to use when you log in. It's just for stat tracking of said computer.
post #63 of 3106
That mouse movement meter is very very unaccurate.

It depends on how sensitive your mouse movement speed settings are. I use 1600 in game and 800 DPI in windows. In games I gain double the distance measured that I would get with the same mouse movement in windows.
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post #64 of 3106
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That mouse movement meter is very very unaccurate.

It depends on how sensitive your mouse movement speed settings are. I use 1600 in game and 800 DPI in windows. In games I gain double the distance measured that I would get with the same mouse movement in windows.
that's true but the movement thing is still new.
post #65 of 3106
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Originally Posted by De-Zant View Post
That mouse movement meter is very very unaccurate.

It depends on how sensitive your mouse movement speed settings are. I use 1600 in game and 800 DPI in windows. In games I gain double the distance measured that I would get with the same mouse movement in windows.
Meh. I don't pay attention to that anyways. Just typing and clicks
post #66 of 3106
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Originally Posted by Eagle1337 View Post
that's true but the movement thing is still new.
I've been on it for years and it's always been there since I first joined.



Also, been on the team for quite a while. 3rd place.



A Whatpulse tip: if you shut your computer down unexpectedly, or get a BSoD, there's a good chance it'll corrupt your Whatpulse.wpw file meaning you lose everything you haven't pulsed. Between me and a friend, we've lost a few million keys thanks to that. The reason is that Whatpulse encrypts the whatpulse.wpw, and if it's got the file open when the computer turns off, the file doesn't get encrypted. On next run, it no longer recognises the unencrypted file. If you're like me and enjoy sending huge pulses (500k+ keys), these losses can be extremely aggravating.

If you don't really care, don't do anything. I'm not competing any more so I don't. But if it matters to you, you can backup your whatpulse.wpw without corrupting it. It took me a lot of trial and error to figure out the exact method, but it has been a while so it might have changed.

1) Turn off WhatPulse
2) Copy your WhatPulse.wpw file from C:\\Users\\<username>\\AppData\\Roaming\\WhatPulse to somewhere secure.
3) Restart WhatPulse.

If you try copying it while WhatPulse is running, it won't recognise the file when you restore it.
To restore, it's the same as backing up: Exit WhatPulse, copy the file back and restart WhatPulse.
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post #67 of 3106
bumpity.
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bump bump bump.
post #69 of 3106
Who are the users in first and second place? I'm third; I wanna know who my competition is
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17th woot woot.
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