I guess switching mice definitely doesn't do me any good. I think i should stick with ambi shapes then, since that way i don't have to alter my mousegrip and can just grab the mouse the way my hands want to. This way i don't have to make up for my grip holding the mouse at a wrong angle. Ambi shape mice i can just put my hands on and it works, spinning around like crazy and the crosshair stays leveled. I feel like lowering my sens would help me with the accurate aiming part but my sens is already pretty slow (54cm/360).
I hope the Ninox Astrum comes out soon. That way i can at least customize it till it feels right especially with the sensor position, i feel like lower helps with aim but amplifies the angle problem and higher alleviates the angle issue but makes it harder to be precise.
I guess i am really overthinking it and should just pick whats most comfortable for me and stick with it and never change.
Originally Posted by JackCY
Why are you having trouble with mice? Because you are unable or unwilling to adapt to a different mouse quickly, you are stuck with your old grip which is wrong if you can't even move and keep a level, so you grab a different mouse use inappropriate grip and then wonder why it feels off compared to your old mouse.
i mean is there a right way to grip? shouldn't i just lay my hands down in the most comfortable manner the way my hands want to grip the mouse? I only have that issue with ergo mice since i sorta palm it but my pinky doesnt touch the mouse its pressed against my ring finger. And i control the mouse between my thumb and ring finger. But then ergos feel so much better to palmgrip.
I can adapt to it by making a movement to counter the up and down movement within a day without thinking about it. But
I mean i could use a clawgrip, which works and doesnt cause the up down movement while looking around but that would mean to invest even more time into learning a new grip that isn't as comfortable after over 10 years.
It is also amplified by my slow sens, with higher sens it doesn't really do that since i need to physically move the mouse less.
If only i could have the accuracy of the g403 with the insane flicks of the model O without the sensor angle problems i have with the comfortable shape of an ergo mouse. Sigh.
Originally Posted by tacomn
You mention the crosshair going up and down when aiming left and right, that is because your sensor alignment is incorrect. Here is a good article on proper sensor alignment and how to fix it with either how you grip it or where you put your pressure on the radial or ulnar side of your wrist on the table.
that article is quite interesting. although it seems like higher sensor position = better . But sensor position is nothing i can change (unless i get an astrum, which isnt out yet.)
Originally Posted by vanir1337
It's called overthinking. Just go with the most comfy one and stop worrying about it.
Yea i guess i should just pick one and stick with it.