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Does CPL mouse fix work for Windows 7 / does Windows 7 need a mouse fix?
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Yeah it does need a mousefix as far as I know CPL didn't work 2 months ago.

This is what worked for me in win 7 64bit:

http://donewmouseaccel.blogspot.com/2010/03/markc-windows-7-mouse-acceleration-fix.html
    
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The answer is yes. The MarkC Fix for Windows 7 is the one you should apply (I quoted the link!). Don't forget to disable enhance pointer precision and to get rid of whatever mouse software you have. For example, setpoint.
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Originally Posted by Scorpion667;11712500 
Yeah it does need a mousefix as far as I know CPL didn't work 2 months ago.

This is what worked for me in win 7 64bit:

http://donewmouseaccel.blogspot.com/2010/03/markc-windows-7-mouse-acceleration-fix.html
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You don't really need the mouse fix now that steam games utilize direct mouse input..
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Originally Posted by beers;11712581 
You don't really need the mouse fix now that steam games utilize direct mouse input..

Was not aware of this, good info + rep.

Even regular non gaming use promotes muscle memory however, so having an acceleration free mouse in all environments can be beneficial.
    
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Originally Posted by Scorpion667;11712665 
Was not aware of this, good info + rep.

Even regular non gaming use promotes muscle memory however, so having an acceleration free mouse in all environments can be beneficial.

How does that work? My sensitvity in game isn't the same as my sensitivity out of game... or is it? How do I know?
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Originally Posted by cuad;11712718 
How does that work? My sensitvity in game isn't the same as my sensitivity out of game... or is it? How do I know?

As far as I know there isn't any way to make sure your sens is the same in and out of game. But I do want a mouse fix that will be on constantly, just to make sure, and also so I don't get used to it when i'm not in game.
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Originally Posted by zeflow;11712839 
As far as I know there isn't any way to make sure your sens is the same in and out of game. But I do want a mouse fix that will be on constantly, just to make sure, and also so I don't get used to it when i'm not in game.

Yeah, then you'll want the MarkC mouse fix. I think everyone should use it.

Now that I've had a second to think about it, I guess you could test it by the comparing the distance it takes to move your mouse a certain amount of pixels out of game and the distance you have to move your mouse to move a certain number of pixels in game.

There would have to be two tests I think, one for movement in the X direction and one for movement in the Y. I don't know how measuring for in game movement or for mouse displacement could be controlled though. I'm sure it's possible.

Then you'd have to factor in your in-game resolution and out-of-game resolution. I think.
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post #9 of 11
So in order for the MarkC fix to work properly you cannot have your mouse drivers installed? and whats this about steam and direct mouse input?
post #10 of 11
Strange things can happen when you have your mouse software installed. For example...

When I had setpoint installed, I noticed that every time I restarted 'enchance pointer precision' was on again. I uninstalled it and haven't had that problem.

My only disadvantage without setpoint is that I'm stuck with my DPI levels at either default or however I left them before uninstalling, but that really is not a disadvantage because I don't care.
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