Perhaps back in your XP days you actually used some mouse acceleration, only that at the time you were not aware of that. Or perhaps you just hallucinate about what it was back then or what it is now :-D.
i didint used mousefix on winxp .. i used nothing at all just fixed mouse polling rate to 500hz and launch options in cs -noforcemparms/accel/spd ... but on 7 not the same.. launch options the same and polling rate too..but rinput or markC mousefix still not making it the same..
Then you just had some acceleration on back then, because unlike Rinput those launch options commends had not been enough to do the job, i.e. putting that on had been enough to make sure you got rid of mouse accel completely.
i have disabled enchance pointer precision i dont know if more or less accel its just not the same .. on xp i didnt turned of accel i just had 500hz on mouse 60hz on monitor and launch options noforcemaccel/parms/spd so i want XP accel ...
Some people used to mess around with the windows 7 accessibility settings to adjust their mice. You can find two adjustable sliders by going to...
Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Ease of Access Center\Set up Mouse Keys
While these sliders did have some effect on mouse behavior, I prefer to keep them at their default settings.
I currently use RInput, -noforcemparms only, and my own registry fix that simply sets all values in the smoothmousexcurve and smoothmouseycurve to 00. You can download it at:
DISCLAIMER for my mousefix!!!
- make sure enhance pointer precision is off before applying
- turning epp on will prevent the pointer from moving
- Mouse will only work in-game with either -noforcemparms or -noforcemspd in launch options.