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Hi, I'm a windows user primarily however I got a new macbook pro for uni. However I'm very fast with my mouse movements and swap and change directions alot, i've played with the sensitivity n its maxed out however its still like floaty.

Im used to how on windows you move the mouse and its with u constantly, but i feel a bit like the curser is playing catch up with my movement, its really floaty and wavey, like its without a care in the world!! but i want stiff boring mouse. does anybody know what i mean. when i dualboot in XP and use the same mouse, the movement is the same as normal windows, but same mouse in osx and its floaty again.

can this be changed as tbh its slowing me down when i go click happy?


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