That will cause response problems with your mouse and invite ghost movement. Adjust the deadzone correctly and then cheat it a little if you want, but do not get rid of it completely. With your sensitivity so high, I would bet that your are very close to the game's maximum turn speed, so when you move the mouse fast you will exceed it and cause it to stop responding until the speed drops back below the max limit. The game's aim/look controls are fairly slow to begin with, so drop your sensitivity and increase your diagonal acceleration to 100% and test again. Diagonal acceleration isn't really acceleration but rather a balancing of X and Y movement as a percentage. If you can make smooth circles with your crosshairs when moving the mouse in a circle, then it's good to go.I turned off the deadzone so that any mouse movement=mouse movement in game — matty ice
The mouse in the GKM602R kit has 3 dpi settings, maxing out at 2000 dpi. This is the setting you want to use with KeyMander, and unless you accidentally press the - button on the top it will stay at this setting. The turn speed when aiming down sight can be set independently of the aim/look setting so you can increase or decrease the speed as needed. The G402 is a much higher end mouse than the one included in the GKM602R, so if you have that available you should be using it instead. Remember to configure and save all your G402 mouse settings in the Logitech software first, or the mouse will revert to the default settings when you plug it into KeyMander and you will not get the highest performance level your mouse can provide.When I use my aim down sights its extremely slow turning around. I ended up going back to my Logitech G402 mouse and my Dell Keyboard which both seem to work. But I find the GKM Mouse to be much more comfortable. I have noticed there is a slight delay in MW3 and BF4 when I use the mouse buttons. — Pulse
The problem with pressing A+W+Left Shift to sprint diagonally as you mentioned is likely caused by your Dell keyboard not being an "anti-ghosting" keyboard. In standard membrane technology PC keyboards the keys are not discretely output, meaning pressing multiple keys at once can cause some keys not to register. Here's some specific info about it, but anti-ghosting issues are not related to the KeyMander at all. If you have issues using the Left Shift for sprint, you can map it to a different keyboard key or mouse button.If I use the keyboard to sprint in BF4 pressing left arrow and up arrow at the same time the guy stops running. On PC I don't get that issue. So its definitely a firmware issue. On the 360 controller if I go diagonal say pushing the joystick to the top right side he runs in that direction without stopping after taking 3 steps. So im a bit confused on that aspect — Pulse
That is going to be a problem if you have maxed all the sensitivities, as you are almost guaranteed to hit the game's turn speed limit and feel a super slow response. Did you read the link I provided to our page on Understanding KeyMander Mouse Settings?all of the in game ads sensitivities are maxed?? is there another place to change it ? — modallin88
Yes, those are the settings for Aim Down Sight.are you talking about changing the 45 45 35 on the lower portion of the sensitivity page of the keymander software — modallin88
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