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How to become a shooting master? You must disable this option
Hi everyone, I'm Xiao Jiang. What I want to talk to you about today is not hardware of computer, but a small tweak that will directly affect how you work in game, and this is very important. If you want to achieve a state where no one needs to aim when opening mirror, you must disable this option. Apart from shooting games, this option is also very important for MOBA games.
What is this option? This is to improve pointer precision. This option is hooked by default, we need to disable it, you can find it in Control Panel - Mouse - Pointer Options.
Some might be wondering, doesn't this improve pointer precision? Isn't it forbidden if you turn off mouse? This is actually due to Microsoft's magical explanation and incompleteness of translation. This feature insists that I explain it. It's better to call it inclusion of non-linear pointers.
So what do linear and non-linear mean?
If you use X to represent speed of mouse pointer and Y to represent time of movement, you may find that at same distance, linear must maintain a uniform acceleration state, while non-linear must first accelerate and then decelerate.
This could explain possibility of improving mouse precision:
If you don't check this, mouse movement will be linear and speed will be constant. If you move slowly one centimeter, screen will also move proportionately that distance, and so on two centimeters and three centimeters. No matter how long you move, screen will reflect proportion.
But if you check this option, if you move one centimeter slowly, screen can only move half a centimeter, and if you move one centimeter at high speed, screen will move two centimeters, it will move according to your actions. movement Speed changes to speed, and there is acceleration.
What does this lead to? For example, when shooting, your front sight is at point A and your target is at point B. When you check this option, you need to quickly move from point A to point B, and when you are about to arrive, gradually slow down and aim accurately.
When you uncheck this box, all you have to do is calculate distance and hover over it with your mouse.
So when you don't have this option, your goal is one step short. There is no need to slow down when approaching, just need muscles to remember ratio of distances and then drag mouse right across mat.
That's why some people can aim directly at enemy as soon as they open mirror, because his muscle memory has been memorized, so just point crosshair at head by feel. In MOBA games, it can also transfer skills more accurately and improve accuracy of operations.
Of course, if you haven't closed it all time, it can be very inconvenient for you to suddenly turn it off. It takes a long time to get used to it before you can master the "speed". It's good to be able to adapt, but uncomfortable, and there is nothing sad about it.