Mouse Calibration

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by FootLoops, Dec 30, 2016.

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  1. FootLoops

    FootLoops New Member

    How do I know if I calibrated my mouse properly? The LOD is at the point where if it is off the mat, it won't sense it. Is that good?
     
  2. aab010799

    aab010799 Active Member

    Which mouse is it? That sounds like it should be alright. I mean if it works for you I'd just run with it and not be picky about whether or not it's calibrated perfectly unless it's giving you issues.
     
  3. FootLoops

    FootLoops New Member

    It's a deathadder Chroma, new to razer so I don't know much.

    Also, when I play csgo, the dpi seems to go lower and lower, then rise. Is it because it's switching profiles?
     
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  4. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member

    With profiles in Synapse, When you pick a sensitivity on one profile, And then switch, The saved settings will not move over to the next profile. Same thing with Macros, and different Lighting Effects.
     
  5. FootLoops

    FootLoops New Member

    Ok but the problem is that the dpi gets lower every switch, it says 400dpi but it feels slower then last time. And when the calibraiton is finished, is the scroll wheel led supposed to go dim with tracking is lost? My mouse doesn't do that anymore.
     
  6. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member

    Haven't used the Deathadder in a few weeks, So i don't know the way the mouse pad stuff works. On my old Razer Mousepad, The dpi never changed on its own, And the mouse LED never lit up when it lost its tracking.
     
  7. FootLoops

    FootLoops New Member

    Oh. Well, thanks for your reply's!
     
  8. FootLoops

    FootLoops New Member

    Oh, and 1 more question, should i turn off mouse calibration when completed?
     
  9. aab010799

    aab010799 Active Member

    What do you mean turn it off? When I calibrated mine via synapse I just left the page in synapse and it stayed calibrated.
     
  10. FootLoops

    FootLoops New Member

    I just asked that because it gives you an option to turn it off. Just wondering. Thanks! Loving this forum so far. Great community willing to help others in need. Have a great day!
     
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