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Can someone explain lift height?

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2018/04/16 12:54:22 (permalink)
I have it set to medium, I think that is the default, but I'm not sure if I would benefit from high or low. I'm confused how the setting works, is it a cutoff? I play a lot of FPS, primarily counter strike, so I'm not sure if it would be good to put lift height at its lowest setting to reduce stutter when flicking my mouse around, or if that would make it worse.

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    Re: Can someone explain lift height? 2018/04/16 13:30:36 (permalink)
    It controls the vertical lift height that the mouse sensor will still register as movement. Low setting means means the mouse will stop tracking when you lift it a little bit off the pad, high means it will still track movement when the mouse lifted up to around maybe 1/4 inch off the pad. Ideally you want it set as low as possible, if you have any tracking issues in normal use then you might have to bump it up. On high you'll probably get a little bit of movement in the opposite direction when you lift and move the mouse back the way it came.
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    Re: Can someone explain lift height? 2018/04/16 17:50:10 (permalink)
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    It controls the vertical lift height that the mouse sensor will still register as movement. Low setting means means the mouse will stop tracking when you lift it a little bit off the pad, high means it will still track movement when the mouse lifted up to around maybe 1/4 inch off the pad. Ideally you want it set as low as possible, if you have any tracking issues in normal use then you might have to bump it up. On high you'll probably get a little bit of movement in the opposite direction when you lift and move the mouse back the way it came.




    Thanks! I suppose for now I will use it on Low and see if there's any improvements, or drawbacks.

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