|Mar 28, 2013, 08:17 AM||#1|
Mouse Sensitivity - Troubleshooting
Recently, I ran Windows 7 Ultimate via good old Bootcamp. This was my first time partitioning the relatively new rMBP, and all went well.
So mouse sensitivity is a little different on Windows, which is totally fine; I don't plan on playing games here just yet. Having a typical gaming mouse, I download the latest drivers/software online, and everything turns out. Somewhere along the way I believe I had to delete a few drivers that came up while looking up the mouse in Control Panel. Anyways, finally, I'm able to use my mouse and all of its functionalities properly, however on an unfamiliar sensitivity, of course.
So I boot back to Mountain Lion one day, and the mouse sensitivity is completely different. The settings never changed, in System Preferences and inside the mouse software.
I've been playing this shooter for a great multitude of years now, during which I played pretty seriously–competitively, and I like to think even professionally. I'd very much like to recover that sweet, sweet sensitivity.
Many, Many Thanks,
Also, does anyone know anything about Mac and PC mouse sensitivity equivalents?
Have any of you converted from gaming on a Mac to a PC or even, the other way around?
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