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Mouse sensitivity way too high

Discussion in 'Release 30 Dev+' started by Womby, May 19, 2016.

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  1. Womby

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    Title: Mouse sensitivity way too high
    Reproduction Rate: 100%
    Blocker? No
    Details: I have to set the mouse sensitivity to min to avoid throwing up (see picture)
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    OS: Windows 8.1 (6.3.0) 64bit
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770 CPU @ 3.40GHz (8) System RAM: 16329
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN GPU RAM: 6042
    SotA.EarlyAccess.Win.64.357.Date.05.19.16
    Area: POT_island_metropolis_01_template
    Loc: (444.9, 70.1, -296.4)

    EDIT: I have found that the setting sometimes needs readjustment when moving to a different scene.

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    It's possible we may be something very different from you. After internal testing, having the camera sliders set to minimum settings would barely generate a crawl of movement, which seems intended. We are interested to know if and why these settings are having different effects for your devices.
     
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    I have a gaming mouse, which has an adjustable rate of input. This is my current setting for everything I do:

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    Note the polling rate is set to 500, which is quite low. If it's just me that is affected, I can easily work out a SotA profile for my mouse and switch to that when required.
     
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    Different OS (Ubuntu), but thought to mention this since I'm using the exact same settings as @Womby (1800 dpi, no acceleration) and do not experience this issue -- I have the in game mouselook sensitivity set at about 30% of max (just below the 's' of 'Controls'). With this setting I can perform a full 360 degree mouselook turn by moving the mouse about 6 cm sideways. If I set the sensitivity to min (like in the OP), the sideways movement is about 17 cm (almost the full length of my mouse pad in landscape orientation).

    Just saying because people often use a way lower dpi setting (like 400 dpi or even lower). The higher dpi is not the issue in here, it's something else.

    Edit: Also, the polling rate does not seem to affect it, at least not in my case (tried both 500 and 1000Hz).
     
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    I should have done this in the first place. Hope it helps:

     
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    It's OK with the sliders all the way to the left.
     
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    yes and in the game options my mouse sliders are all moved as far LEFT as possible.
     
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