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post #11 of 113 (permalink) Old 01-29-2015, 03:53 PM
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From looking at the source code, am I right in assuming the program relies on the raw input model (WM_INPUT messages) rather than fetching Windows input reports (WM_MOUSEMOVE)?
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Yes, it uses raw input.
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Great.

Something you might want to include in your guide is the possiblity to zoom in on the graphs. You can naturally do that using the start and end points, but I think many people will find it more comfortable clicking on the part they want to zoom in on and using the scroll wheel. I found out that you can do that and didn't see it mentioned here. Just hold down the mouse wheel (MOUSE3) and move your mouse to zoom in on a specific area or click with left mouse click and scroll up/down.
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This is my G400 (apparently its the angle snapping version, no enhanced pointer precision) with 400 dpi going through 1000-125hz polling rate. I tried some wild movements as well as a few moderate ones.
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Would it be possible for you to slightly change the OxyPlot implementation so that the graph style can be changed (dot, line, bar, etc.)?

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it would be nice, if it could collect the mousedata without the need to keep the button pressed.
so it can record the movement while you are actually ingame. thumb.gif

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it would be nice, if it could collect the mousedata without the need to keep the button pressed.
so it can record the movement while you are actually ingame. thumb.gif

Someone already did that modification with the source code, I don't remember who though. But I have a version of the software that does just that.
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Mind uploading it some place?

Would definitely be nice to have.
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Mind uploading it some place?

Would definitely be nice to have.

I'll look into it, but not at my home PC now.
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Love this program. Easily the most versatile and useful mouse program I have. Though I'm not sure about it's polling rate monitoring accuracy and prefer MouseMovementRecorder for that.

One other tweak I would recommend for the graphing is to allow for expanding the y-axis (x-axis can be adjusted with scroll wheel as someone else mentioned, or PgUp PgDn I discovered) because sometimes data points that coincide with the top minor y axis aren't plotted.

Also, maybe try a slightly less aggressive averaging calculation for 1000Hz because I find that the trend line is much more erratic with that many data points, which can be misleading in some situations, particularly to new users of the program.

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