• Yassser
    0
    I did every thing you said and still have same issue
  • Moderator [Derek]
    199

    I don't see you posted your issue. What is the problem you are having?
  • Yassser
    0
    I have a problem in small movements . I did every thing you said , but my dpi im mouse is 12000 and I made it 12000 but nothing changes and maybey worse . I play R6 .
  • Moderator [Derek]
    199

    First, if you made your mouse 12,000 dpi that's a problem because the KeyMander DPI setting only goes to 10K. Please set both the KeyMander and the mouse to 10K. Next, which R6S profile are you using and on which console?
  • Yassser
    0
    I tried to play in 10000 and nothing changes . I’m using the last one you posted guys 27 days ago . In Ps4
  • Coleport
    0
    I used the r6 settings from the forum and I have an issue with my vertical movement. Whenever I look up or down with my mouse my crosshair and scope doesn’t just move straight up and down and instead moves in a weird pattern. Is there a fix to this?
  • Moderator [Derek]
    199

    It sounds like you are using different deadzone settings than what is in our profile. Did you make your own profile? If so, you need to change them Auto and then set them.
  • JakeHunter24
    0
    Howdy, I know I am late to the party. I am playing Battlefield V on PS4 with they Kaliber Gaming mouse set to 2000 DPI with the same setting in my keymander. I'm having an issue with a jumpy mouse when I aim down my sights. I adjusted the deadzone in the keymander to the minimum and there was still no movement when I wasn't touching the mouse. I then went in-game to adjust the game deadzone until there was movement. However, this only made the jumpiness worse when I aimed. The only solution I have found is drastically decreasing the sensitivity either in-game or on the keymander. If there is a solution that would allow me to keep my ADS higher (current in-game ADS 200% keymander 90%) I would appreciate the help. Thank you in advance.
  • Eduardo
    5
    Hello
    What profile have you been using did you follow the suggested setting in the forums profile below

    Battlefield V profile for PS4

    Battlefield V has numerous in-game sensitivity options, but start with the settings below except as noted below and adjust as needed. Testing in campaign mode is a good way to get the basic settings adjusted before you start tweaking for multiplayer mode.

    The attached profile was made for the following in-game settings:
    Basic
    Soldier Aim Sensitivity: 100%
    Soldier Zoom Aim Sensitivity: 200%
    Vehicle Aim Sensitivity: 100%
    Advanced Settings
    Aiming Left/Right Acceleration: 0%
    Uniform Soldier Aiming: Off
    Aiming Left/Right Acceleration: 0%
    1x-10x Zoom Sensitivity settings: all set at 100% or user preference
    Plane Control Sensitivity: 150%
    Tank Sensitivity: 200%
    Default Turret Sensitivity: 200%
    HMG Turret Sensitivity: 200%
    Anti Tank Sensitivity: 200%
    Vertical Aim Ratios: user preference
    Controller Tuning
    Controller Right/Left Stick
    Center Deadzone: 13% (default)
    Axial Deadzone: 15% (default)
    Max Input Threshold: 100%

    Please keep in mind that each multiplayer class plays differently and creating/tweaking profiles for individual classes may help you get the most out of your weapon choices.
  • Eduardo
    5

    There's a couple issues at work here. First, 2000dpi is the minimum but 3500dpi or higher will deliver a smoother mouse response when you are aiming-down-sight. Depending on the model of your KG mouse, it may support higher resolutions and if so set it to at least 3500.Next, if you set the deadzone to minimum it takes much more mouse movement before the on-screen view begins to move. The deadzone is correctly set on our sample profile so give that a try. We will also need to check when the last update was to the BF5 aim/look settings as it may require us to make some adjustments to our sample profile. We will review it next week.
  • JakeHunter24
    0
    Thank you for the reply. I was using the Kaliber GKM602R and keyboard that were sold with they keymander on Amazon. I have since purchased a 10K dpi mouse, adjusted the settings and deadzone in the software and have not noticed any choppy behavior from my mouse.
  • Eduardo
    5
    Great we can see about replacing the set for you if you like to get the tested as well.
  • Aleena
    0
    I am having problems with my reddragon mouse. When I am playing Tom Clancy’s rainbow six siege on my Xbox series x when I aim in fast or too fast my mouse will spaz out and I have to run it off or just walk so it can go back to normal. Can you please help me with this problem?
  • Eduardo
    5
    What profile are you using is it your own or one of ours.
  • Aleena
    0
    Like the profile on KEYMANDER2? Sorry for the late response I don’t know how to turn on notifications on this. This is my first time using this website and keymander
  • Aleena
    0

    Like the profile on KEYMANDER2? Sorry for the late response I don’t know how to turn on notifications on this. This is my first time using this website and keymander
  • Eduardo
    5
    Your issue will depend on the profile your using and the setting that are in place so please tell me what profile are you using.
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