05-23-2012 03:44 AM
Hello, I seem to have an annoying problem with my 3 weeks old mouse. I play a Counter-Strike, a lot, and during my movement right or left the crosshair is jumping really fast towards a new position. I've read on other forum's about this issue, and it's called prediction, but I didn't think it was so obvious. I had an mx518 before this, but it didn't had this problem. Now I toked out my really old mx310 an play with it. I have the latest software from you're site for the g400.
Do you have any solution fot this? Any software to remove this because I'm reaching the point where I want to sell it and find another mx518.
I appreciate a fast answer form you guys from Logitech. Thanks.
05-24-2012 09:56 AM
05-25-2012 02:54 AM
A) in LGS i'm using 400 dpi with 1000 hz pool rate, but now I reduced it to 125 like the mx518
B)yes, i've disabled the acceleration from windows and i'm using 6/11 values
C) CS 1.6 , and he game doesn't actually have an option for raw mouse input, that's why most of the players and I use some commands that are -noforcemaccel -noforcemparms -noforcemspd that help removing the game's acceleration.
hope it's useful
05-25-2012 09:57 AM
Yeah, I knew CS1.6 doesn't, but I wanted to make sure you weren't running CS, which does have raw input.
Anyways, prediction is the slightly incorrect common name for "Angle Snapping". There shouldn't be any jumping of movement or anything like that... It actually removes what the mouse thinks might be unintentional slight movements off of the X or Y axis.
It's easier to explain in pictures:
No angle snapping on top, angle snapping on bottom.
400DPI is also one of the tracking sweetspots for that sensor. Anyways, could you give me a better idea what your system specs are and could you give me a slightly more detailed explaination of your problem?