If you are one of these people that can notice subtle differences that comes with sensor position and it's a problem for you. Rejoice.
I stumbled across a nice piece of software that is capable of what all gaming mice software should be capeable of...
What i did for what mice:
->G403 adjusted angle has started to draw good horizontal lines.
->Ninox Venator and adjusted x axis to mimic higher sensor position.
-->Same for Sensei 310.
What do you think. Has this been posted before? What are possible downsides of having this interfering with your input - possible delay?
How about fixing sensor position by adding sensitivity to X axis, what do you think.
p.s. It seems like it can be a cure to all non-mechanical issues but bare in mind that it won't fix crappy buttons or sensor.
Mouse Tester, Mouse Rate, this Intercept Mouse Accel Filter Config (lol) and possible other I don't know about should be in some kind of sticky post about tools. I'm sitting on this forum for few years and this is first time I'm hearing about it. BY MISTAKE
A very sensitive person here. I can feel the delay caused by this program. And it bothers me. Also, after correcting the angle mouse cursor feels so unnatural.
In theory, all these features sound great, but in practice, I prefer not to use it.