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...hello all,

 

i have a strange problem. my aim is very shaky and not constant.

i dunno why, i guess, its because of missing driver software for my razer copperhead for mac.

Doesnt work that fine. mouse accel turned off alrdy but still it feels like it is on.

 

so post ur mouse settings, in game and mouse settings at pc.

i use high dpi and low sense. my sense at pc is lowest i could choose.

in game 2

 

maybe someone had same problem and found a solution...  thanks anyway!

 

cheers saskia =)

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I wpuld say go easy with booze and other stuff, miss stoned:)

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I wpuld say go easy with booze and other stuff, miss stoned:)

 

haha its NOT the reason for that. but it rly f***s me up. sometimes im playing so good i cannot trust my eyes and then i have days my mouse feels like doing smth else as what i want. there must be a logic reason!

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here my main settings:

bind MOUSE1 "+attack"
bind MOUSE2 "weaponbank 3"
bind MOUSE3 "+attack2"
bind MOUSE4 "weaponbank 6"
bind MOUSE5 "weaponbank 7"
bind MWHEELDOWN "weapprev"
bind MWHEELUP "weapnext"

seta sensitivity "0.666"
seta m_filter "0"
seta m_side "0.250001"
seta m_forward "0.250001"
seta m_yaw "0.022001"
seta m_pitch "0.016001"
seta mv_sensitivity "20"
seta cl_mouseAccel "0"
seta cl_pitchspeed "0"
seta cl_yawspeed "0"
seta cg_bobpitch "0"
seta cg_bobroll "0"
seta cg_bobup "0"
seta cg_bobyaw "0"

Windows sensitivity: 6 (1=1)

Enhance Pointer Precision (Windows acc.): OFF

DPI: 1600 dpi

USB poling rate: 500 hz

extra: RInput.exe v1.31 + RInput.dll v1.42 (there's versions up to v1.45)

 

 

edit: you mention the razer copperhead being your mouse.. mousepad?

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here my main settings:

bind MOUSE1 "+attack"
bind MOUSE2 "weaponbank 3"
bind MOUSE3 "+attack2"
bind MOUSE4 "weaponbank 6"
bind MOUSE5 "weaponbank 7"
bind MWHEELDOWN "weapprev"
bind MWHEELUP "weapnext"

seta sensitivity "0.666"
seta m_filter "0"
seta m_side "0.250001"
seta m_forward "0.250001"
seta m_yaw "0.022001"
seta m_pitch "0.016001"
seta mv_sensitivity "20"
seta cl_mouseAccel "0"
seta cl_pitchspeed "0"
seta cl_yawspeed "0"
seta cg_bobpitch "0"
seta cg_bobroll "0"
seta cg_bobup "0"
seta cg_bobyaw "0"

Windows sensitivity: 6 (1=1)

Enhance Pointer Precision (Windows acc.): OFF

DPI: 1600 dpi

USB poling rate: 500 hz

extra: RInput.exe v1.31 + RInput.dll v1.42 (there's versions up to v1.45)

 

 

edit: you mention the razer copperhead being your mouse.. mousepad?

 

for what is this rinput thingie?

i just bought me a steelseries Qck pad

i cannot change hz on mac and i guess this is part of the shaky aim.

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...hello all,

 

i have a strange problem. my aim is very shaky and not constant.

i dunno why, i guess, its because of missing driver software for my razer copperhead for mac.

Doesnt work that fine. mouse accel turned off alrdy but still it feels like it is on.

 

so post ur mouse settings, in game and mouse settings at pc.

i use high dpi and low sense. my sense at pc is lowest i could choose.

in game 2

 

maybe someone had same problem and found a solution...  thanks anyway!

 

cheers saskia =)

Mine has been doing that lately and only when I'm in ET. It's like there is a skip somewhere when I move left or right. I've had to reboot to make it stop, but every day, at some point it does this. I can't aim at all when it happens.

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copperhead uses a laser sensor. those sensors are known for having jittering problems on certain surfaces, even some mousepads. its also possible that the problem is just some dust blocking the laser or something as simple as that,or that the sensor itself is damaged.

 

if you have other mousepads lying around, you might wanna try if the problem remains when you use one of those. you can try other surfaces as well, since laser sensor is relatively new and in a sense has more possibilities.

 

if you ever find yourself buying a new mouse Id recommend one with an optical sensor, nota laser one

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copperhead uses a laser sensor. those sensors are known for having jittering problems on certain surfaces, even some mousepads. its also possible that the problem is just some dust blocking the laser or something as simple as that,or that the sensor itself is damaged.

 

if you have other mousepads lying around, you might wanna try if the problem remains when you use one of those. you can try other surfaces as well, since laser sensor is relatively new and in a sense has more possibilities.

 

if you ever find yourself buying a new mouse Id recommend one with an optical sensor, nota laser one

Yeah, that's what mine has Corsair M65

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@Schnee: if ever you own an other mouse, check if you encounter the same issue with it. Same goes for the mousepad (even though this doesn't make the QcK responsible).

note: poling rate can be set\changed through razer driver only

RInput removes residual acceleration left despite that it's disabled in Windows.

 

 

 

 

Yeah, that's what mine has Corsair M65

too bad.. there's cheaper with prolly the best sensor so far.. and it's an optical one.

 

example: https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Daedalus-Performance-Gaming-910-004380/dp/B00TKFD51M/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1473332404&sr=1-1&keywords=logitech+g303

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...i just remember i have a deathadder somewhere its an optical mouse. i should go and find it :D

thx!

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too bad.. there's cheaper with prolly the best sensor so far.. and it's an optical one.

 

example: https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Daedalus-Performance-Gaming-910-004380/dp/B00TKFD51M/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1473332404&sr=1-1&keywords=logitech+g303

 

personally use this one: https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Hyperion-Gaming-Fusion-910-004069/dp/B00LZVNWIA/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1473336419&sr=1-1&keywords=logitech+g402

 

personally didnt like the design of the g303 because its looks so two-handed, making it (imo) less comforable in the hand

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personally use this one: https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Hyperion-Gaming-Fusion-910-004069/dp/B00LZVNWIA/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1473336419&sr=1-1&keywords=logitech+g402

 

personally didnt like the design of the g303 because its looks so two-handed, making it (imo) less comforable in the hand

I like a mouse with a wide body. I have bad habit of dragging my pinkie finger on the desktop

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for fps games, 1st criteria should always be the shape according the type of grip (fingertip\palm grip in my case) and its comfort.. the 2nd being the sensor (preferably optical). So it's all good mates! ;)

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Or you can buy 10€ worth "Genius" mouse like me and no worry xD

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Or you can buy 10€ worth "Genius" mouse like me and no worry xD

 

or we just dont care about our shitty aim :P well... no :P

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You need to dry your tears off from the mousepad everytime I kill you ingame and you do fine then :D

 

Seriously like Destiny said, try clean the sensor. When I eat candy while playing, some sugar might drop on mausepad and I realize soon I am shooting the birds in the sky... :wacko:

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