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I need to convert CSS sensitivities between resolutions, is there maybe a formula?

By hellokitty[hk]
Jan 29, 2009
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  1. My friends and I are planning some CSS LAN parties, sadly, the computers in question lack good graphics cards, AND the monitors are CRT, not even good CRT’s but alas, can’t be helped.

    I need to turn down graphics, specifically resolution as I have just compiled some low graphics CFG’s with my own, but I still need to change the resolution, affecting my sensitivity...is there a way I can convert my sensitivity to the needed sensitivity?


    At home, I use a 24” 1920 x 1200 monitor with a 2000 DPI mouse and .9 sensitivity, CPL mouse fix no vsync ect…I want to go to a 1024 x 768 CRT and a 400 DPI mouse, again with all the mouse tweaks. I have looked at antigens mouse optimization guide, there were two formulas, but none converted between resolutions.

    Also if there was a way to convert CSS sensitivity to 1.6 sensitivity, that would be great if we end up playing 1.6 for smoother play.

    BTW, this is an approximation, but I think I use about 6 inches per 180, if no one has a solution I could just spend probably spend a few minutes with a ruler.
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