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Post  Christina_Cox on Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:51 am

Besides the classic:

Code:
sensitivity

Do you guys use any other console/config setting to control the mouse cursor speed?

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Post  riseandfall on Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:59 am

i have tested these
cl_mouseaccel 0
m_pitch 0.016 or 0.022
and of course that sensitivity

somethimes it feels that,more i but those settings then worst i come,so dont really know do they really help nothing.
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Re: Mouse sensitivity

Post  Jackyll on Tue Jan 17, 2012 11:08 am

m_pitch "0.022" // higher numbers makes u faster move ur mouse up and down

m_yaw "0.022" // higher numbers makes u faster move ur mouse to the left and right

m_forward "0.25" // difficult to explain (options -> movement -> above sprint)
when u press there for example left mouse and press it than in game u can move by holding the mouse
and move it to the left or up and so on. higher numbers makes u move faster forward and backward

m_side "0.25" // same for left and right

cl_mouseAccel "0" // for high numbers: if u move ur mouse slowly u will also look slowly, but when u move ur mouse a bit
faster u are able to do fast 360 turns (the faster you move the mouse, the more sensitive it gets)

(negative numbers for reverse)

m_filter "0" // m_filter 1 turns on mouse interpolation, as in it adds extra frames in between your mouse movements to
smooth it out (didn´t noticed any difference)

hope it is a lil understandable
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Re: Mouse sensitivity

Post  Christina_Cox on Thu Jan 19, 2012 10:05 am

Thanks for the info Jack... real helpful.
The first two really improved precision.

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Re: Mouse sensitivity

Post  Jackyll on Thu Jan 19, 2012 11:04 am

i hope it was meant real, cause may i explained it so bad that noone understands it Very Happy
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Re: Mouse sensitivity

Post  Christina_Cox on Sat Mar 24, 2012 11:19 pm

I know CoD:UO runs smoothly in XP, but for those using Windows 7, here's a way to have more control over your mouse sensitivity.

Select Start -- Control Panel -- Mouse -- Pointer Options

You should see this image:


Adjust the pointer speed as you see fit for your gameplay.

Hope this eliminates the in-built CoD:UO sensitivity tool that works at a pretty steep Gaussian curve in Win7, and does not allow that fine tuning as you'd wish.

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Re: Mouse sensitivity

Post  3Bsalam ; ) on Sun Mar 25, 2012 2:26 am

really thanks jack and Christina Wink
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Re: Mouse sensitivity

Post  SENSEi on Sun Dec 30, 2012 9:53 pm

Hi all, to comment on this: never change the Windows sensitivity of the mouse. default is on notch 6, meaning 1:1 ratio, if changed, there is pixel skipping.

m_filter "0" // m_filter 1 turns on mouse interpolation, as in it adds extra frames in between your mouse movements to
smooth it out (didn´t noticed any difference)

this is the same as clicking smooth mouse on and off ^^

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