Scoped sensitivity too high

Hi everyone.

So, I have my scoped sensitivity on 0 (the lowest) and it's still too high for me. My favourite role is sniping and I really don't like being handicapped when I'm doing so due to an incorrect sensitivity which I can't lower.

Are there any plans on that?

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  • Pyjama_SlamPyjama_Slam Posts: 62
    edited April 13

    Can't you just lower your DPI and raise normal sensitivity instead of dropping scoped sens?

    edit:
    I never seen this option before, but it looks like a multiplier function of the normal sensitivity scale. So assuming that, it's likely that 0.0 turns this function off.

  • DeathiDeathi Posts: 483

    Assuming they didn't change anything, what would be an awesome surprise..., you simply can't set the scoped sens lower than the unscoped one.
    Same goes for acceleration. Without fiddling in the input.ini you simply can't switch it totally off, quite annoying as an alltime highsensplayer (18.4@1600dpi/1080).
    UE3, but some coders found ways.

  • ArtyrimArtyrim Posts: 216

    A sniper with 0 sensitivity is already an handicap itself
    Try to use something else
    btw how is your monitor& resolution ?

  • RaipesiRaipesi Posts: 5

    @Artyrim said:
    A sniper with 0 sensitivity is already an handicap itself
    Try to use something else
    btw how is your monitor& resolution ?

    1920x1080 60Hz.
    I really prefer using low sens on sniper, I am better with big wrist movements, so that's kinda unfortunate for me :/

  • Wo1venWo1ven NorwayPosts: 148
    edited April 14

    How about getting a mouse with a "sniper button", which lower your DPI when you hold it down. There are several brands which offer this, like Logitech, Corsair, etc.

    I'm sure with some advanced mouse software you can just use a standard side button as a DPI changer, if your mouse doesn't have a dedicated button for this.

    It's also possible to make a small script which will toggle between two sensitivity settings in game, with the press of a button. But I don't know how effective this would be in-game.

    Here's a small script, (untested) witch should do that: https://pastebin.com/YTukCSvU

    Replace X.X in SetSensitivity with the values you want and YourButton with the button/key you want to use as the toggle.

    It's probably possible to make a script which toggles the sens as long as you hold a button too. Say for example if you hold the Right Mouse Button to scope you get a lower sens, and when you release the button it goes back to normal. I'm too lazy to figure that out right now though.

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  • RaipesiRaipesi Posts: 5

    @Wo1ven said:
    How about getting a mouse with a "sniper button", which lower your DPI when you hold it down. There are several brands which offer this, like Logitech, Corsair, etc.

    I'm sure with some advanced mouse software you can just use a standard side button as a DPI changer, if your mouse doesn't have a dedicated button for this.

    It's also possible to make a small script which will toggle between two sensitivity settings in game, with the press of a button. But I don't know how effective this would be in-game.

    Here's a small script, (untested) witch should do that: https://pastebin.com/YTukCSvU

    Replace X.X in SetSensitivity with the values you want and YourButton with the button/key you want to use as the toggle.

    It's probably possible to make a script which toggles the sens as long as you hold a button too. Say for example if you hold the Right Mouse Button to scope you get a lower sens, and when you release the button it goes back to normal. I'm too lazy to figure that out right now though.

    I do have a sniper button mouse, I have just never used it. I guess it's time to try it out. Still, I've played a lot of shooters throughout the years and this is the first time I have this problem, so it's kinda meh.

  • DeathiDeathi Posts: 483
    edited April 15

    You'd probably be able to write a script checking what weapon you carry and set the right sens when you zoom in with a sniper. At least having another sens, when you zoom-in/ads with a main-weapon. Shouldn't be possible, but after what I've seen what's doable by scripts/stringed commands in this game.... seems our beloved clusterfuck-specialists love anti-recoil-scripts, duckscripts, longjumpbinds, and so on. So why not fix their @$!#-up with the snipersens this way.

  • RaipesiRaipesi Posts: 5

    @Deathi said:
    You'd probably be able to write a script checking what weapon you carry and set the right sens when you zoom in with a sniper. At least having another sens, when you zoom-in/ads with a main-weapon. Shouldn't be possible, but after what I've seen what's doable by scripts/stringed commands in this game.... seems our beloved clusterfuck-specialists love anti-recoil-scripts, duckscripts, longjumpbinds, and so on. So why not fix their @$!#-up with the snipersens this way.

    I don't really want to script. I don't want to @$!# something up or anticheat to detect it as cheating, but thanks for the input.

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