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User Info: Fatso666

Fatso666
9 years ago#1
When i was in game i noticed that moving your crosshair up and down was considerably slower than moving your crosshair left and right >_>

makes aiming a right nuisance
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User Info: Windstorm51

Windstorm51
9 years ago#2
Hmm, I can't remember that issue. I have however noticed a second-long delay on sharp mouse gestures (it's not lag, and altering the mouse sensitivity doesn't seem to fix the problem).
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User Info: Sam_2006

Sam_2006
9 years ago#3

Fatso666 posted...
When i was in game i noticed that moving your crosshair up and down was considerably slower than moving your crosshair left and right >_>

makes aiming a right nuisance
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Yeah , I noticed that too at the beginning. I increased mouse sensitivity and after playing for a while, I got used to the aiming mechanics.

User Info: CrapmaPants

CrapmaPants
9 years ago#4

I definitely noticed this, which is why I'm not going to be playing it anymore. The controls just aren't sharp and responsive like they should be in a PC shooter. It seems that it's a decent console port but still has the console feel to it, like Bioshock on the PC. I hate how sluggish the controls feel in this game so I'm just not going to play it.

User Info: DoubleGibs

DoubleGibs
9 years ago#5
To fix this, find the wolf.cfg at (XP):
C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Application Data\id Software\WolfSP\base

(Don't know where it is for Vista) and change both seta m_yaw "##.#" seta m_pitch "##.#" to equal values. (I use 40.0) then add the line "seta m_filter "0"" to your cfg and the aiming will be PC perfect.
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User Info: Fatso666

Fatso666
9 years ago#6
Awesome, that fix does the job
apparently the y axis is half the sensitivity of the x axis

now i can actually snipe properly
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