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does anyone else have this weird feeling when trying to do small adjustments like when missing a flick that your arms feels liek concrete? ive been trying to sort this out but with no success and its driving me insane. I tried different mouse pads/ mice/ positions/grips but its just how it is. Anyone else ever had this?
2021-09-24 20:13
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No I always over adjust and sometimes flick off them
2021-09-24 20:14
#2
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Czech Republic haix_cs_god
first time im hearing this
2021-09-24 20:14
#3
syrsoN | 
Bosnia and Herzegovina dc4
no, I have a solid aim but shitty teammates.
2021-09-24 20:15
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niko?
2021-09-24 20:16
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syrsoN | 
Bosnia and Herzegovina dc4
I feel his pain
2021-09-24 20:17
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i am sure you do
2021-09-24 20:21
I see what you mean, the best advice I have is to "ignore your crosshair", focus on the guy you are aiming and his position in your screen at least that's what works for me
2021-09-24 20:17
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can you explain what he means?
2021-09-24 20:18
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i think it's #9
2021-09-24 20:19
its quite hard, you probably never had that feeling but sometimes you feel the mouse move you need to make to reach guy's head and you feel it so much if you miss it you refuse to adjust and freeze very weird thing but thats the best i can do to explain ig edit: i think #10 explains better tbh when you are not relaxed you tend to move more robotically, less smoothly so you pretty much can't hit targets in certain positions
2021-09-24 20:22
Sometimes but working out usually helps if my arms feel heavy or weird
2021-09-24 20:18
#9
ZywOo | 
Brazil veinnN
ridiculous small flicks are harder than big flicks imo, specially in my case, i use more than 2000 edpi
2021-09-24 20:19
you have to be more relaxed while aiming. adjust your desk or chair height, it can help you be more relaxed
2021-09-24 20:18
Sounds like you need better posture and have mental issues
2021-09-24 20:19
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#16
B1T | 
Russia lo0u
Posture might be it. I remember seeing jdm64 talking about why he changed his posture from his signature lounging position, because his aiming and movement were affected by it. He says he's a much better aimer after changing that and more comfortable too.
2021-09-24 20:20
#13
B1T | 
Russia lo0u
Nah. I've heard of that when it comes to tensing up in clutch situations, or when spraying. You can solve that by relaxing in that moment, which is hard but doable. Maybe your sens is too low or you have a bad posture? Idk, that never happened to me.
2021-09-24 20:19
#14
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United States Cheerios
raise sensitivity and stop abusing low-sens.
2021-09-24 20:20
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Ive been using 2.25 for god knows how much time. I've changed for some time before but I always come back to this sens. I'm not sure its about the sens I guess it must be something wrong in my arm or positioning.
2021-09-24 22:57
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#29
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United States Cheerios
What is your dpi settings?
2021-09-24 23:57
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400
2021-09-25 01:13
yep more than ever recently cus I changed my mouse and this one is prolly a tad bit heavier than my last one, I try and fidget with the sensitivity but I still dunno what to do to avoid it Do you by chance have a limited mouse space? like is it less compared to what gamers generally have, I think that is the issue with me my setup is kinda crammed in a very small area
2021-09-24 20:21
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Stop changing sens and settings. The best thing you could do is getting used to it and according to science it will take 3 weeks.
2021-09-24 20:23
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ye thats what I have been told, but its hard not to change shit when you suddenly start missing shots you normally would have hit, gets kinda frustrating
2021-09-24 20:24
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I would suggest taking a 2 week break and then coming back with the settings that you have chosen. Doing this will make it easier to break that habit
2021-09-24 20:25
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Thank you for the suggestion mens)) will try it out
2021-09-24 20:26
2021-09-24 22:58
I felt that when playing with high sens lower sensitivity solved that for me
2021-09-24 20:21
#23
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France HippzZ
You can lower your sensitivity and adjust with forehand or increase your sensitivity You should try both
2021-09-24 20:25
Sort of but for me when making adjustments like that my arm starts feeling tingly for some reason
2021-09-24 23:01
#28
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Brazil Demo2332
sometimes i have this issue too, i think its related to high sensitivity. the best way i found to fix it is moving the crosshair away and getting it back. sounds a little more time consuming, but its better than keep missing shots
2021-09-24 23:13
#30
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Norway tobroe
i would say lower you sens and prac wrist-flick on aimbotz
2021-09-25 00:07
Update: Brought back my old Razer Abysus 2014 and I think the problem is solved .I guess it must have been the light weigth mice fucking up my aim, they are probably not for my hand (used razer viper mini and CM MM711, also cougar minos x3).
2021-09-27 00:34
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