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    Question Having an issue with my mouse, can't move horizontally?

    I tried adjusting some settings that I have had no problems with previously.. all I did was change cl_mouseAccelPower from 60 to 55.. now all of the sudden my mouse seems "locked" and can only move vertically?

    I've tried restarting my PC.. in_mouse -1, 1 and 2; still the same thing is happening.

    Doing my nut in.

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    Accelpower even beyond maybe 10 will cause mouse input to crash easily.

    There really is no reason to set accelpower to such high numbers, it will just jump to the senscap instantly making your accel effectively 0 and your sens whatever the senscap is.

    Make sure your senscap is set low enough, senscap 0 is a guaranteed crash at those numbers.

    What settings are you using exactly? As in sens, yaw/pitch/senscap/accelpower/accel/offset

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    Ah yer right, It was originally 0.60.. I r silly boy.

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    senscap "" always works
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