How do I even out the mouse sensitivity?

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User Info: AverageGai

AverageGai
5 years ago#1
I noticed that when moving along the vertical axis, the sensitivity is way higher than moving along the horizontal axis.

Is there a way to fix this?
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User Info: Acinath

Acinath
5 years ago#2
I unchecked the 360 controller box and turned the sensitivity up to about 75%, feels a little better.

User Info: AverageGai

AverageGai
5 years ago#3
I've already done that.

I've noticed it only happens in certain areas.

The sensitivity would be wonky in one room, but once I enter another room, it would go back to normal.
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User Info: harrymcc

harrymcc
5 years ago#4
i think it depends on your fps its sometimes unplayable for me

User Info: AverageGai

AverageGai
5 years ago#5
Well, I'm getting well over 100 FPS in this particular room, but the sensitivity is still uneven.

What I mean is that when I'm looking up and down, it's way too sensitivity, but it's normal when I'm looking left and right. This is all while standing in place as well so I'm not actually moving from one area to the next when testing the sensitivity.
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User Info: waster_wanderer

waster_wanderer
5 years ago#6
it is especially annoying considering the vertical nature of the environment and i have yet to fight a dragon but i assume that fighting a giant flying creature will be very annoying when it takes 10 seconds to look up..

User Info: AverageGai

AverageGai
5 years ago#7
Bump
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User Info: BizzyBum

BizzyBum
5 years ago#8
Wondering this, too. It's very odd. I had to really turn up the sensitivity because horizontal was sooo slow but vertical is SO fast.

I unchecked 360 controller (why the HELL is this on by default....) and turned off mouse acceleration and vsync via the ini file.
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User Info: BizzyBum

BizzyBum
5 years ago#9
FYI, turning off mouse acceleration via INI fixed everything.
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User Info: nIMr0D888

nIMr0D888
5 years ago#10
It feels like some sort of autoaim to me because even with turning off acceleration and making the X and Y the same it still happens when looking at objects that you can collect (on shelves especially).
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