Reviews Only. No Memes. If you wish to be added to the sidebar, please provide the mods with proof of connection with your company through mod mail. Glorious Model O - Click Latency self. I already have the model O in my posession and with the debounce time set to 4 ms I still feel a minor click delay.
Anybody else experiencing this? It's my only gripe with the mouse so far. As for my personal experience since this post, another user pointed out that it's probably not click latency due to the debounce time, but actually, a longer button action than mice I'm used to.
Logitech mice I've used in the past have very short actuation points where I believe this mouse has a minute, but noticeable amount of travel distance before actuation. Besides that, I stopped using the Model O due to double clicking issues.
I know I could set the debounce time higher, but that 4 Ms is niceeee. Our brains automatically have 80 ms of delay in everything. I could notice the 10ms of delay that it comes with by default, if you can't then that's wonderful, but it's definitely there. I noticed as soon as I started switching tabs in Chrome. Clicking on a mouse 4 ms difference is nowhere near the level of 60 hz monitor and hz.
Divide your frame rate by to get the milliseconds the frame lingers on your screen. Higher FPS means faster frames, which means you get to the next frame increment sooner. If a player enters your view at the right time, a 60fps monitor can have a significant delay over a hz monitor.
Then factor in a lot of pros react in-game via muscle memory and not actual processing every single shot, and 10ms can actually make the difference for win or loss. Like night and day. If we get fps monitors one day, and a fps option comes out, you can be your ass I'm getting the The difference will be below 1ms but until youre getting changes that are less than half a millisecond, it's enough that I'm going to want it.
We as human's certainly adapt to slower input devices, but there is the physical reality that we can see 1ms differences. They are unlikely to make a difference in a gun fight because in a total of ms, 1ms, is a tiny fraction of that for reaction time, but the overall look and feel is definitely there. You can see it.
It might not make you win but you can definitely see it. Fighting games commonly have 1 frame links where the difference between success and failure is 16ms. The difference in timing between 1 frame and 2 frames is extremely obvious to a practiced player. Yes you can notice 4ms. Well, I don't know about you specifically but it's not outside the realm of human capability.
Yeah it's small. Again, I don't mean to say that everyone can do this. But I don't think it's fair to say it's outside the realm of human capability.Hi friends in this video article I will show you step by step how you can fix an old double clicking mouse. This article is based on my own personal experience. I have a new wireless mouse which works great but the problem is that every month I had to replace its batteries.
As I use my mouse for a desktop computer it did not make much sense so I shifted to a wired mouse. The only issue this mouse manufactured in had was it would double click when I had clicked just once. This problem was extremely irritating.
But I found all the solutions to complicated and time-consuming. So I started doing some trial and error and found out an easier solution to the problem. The main reason for this random mouse double clicks is a hardware problem. This metal plate acts as a spring and creates the clicking action. What happens with time is the metal plate either gets deformed or corroded or dirt gets stuck. Because of this reason, the metal plates instead of registering a single click registers a double click.
Both these methods will solve the problem but require a lot of time and effort. If you set the timer very high like ms then your clicks will lag making your mouse unusable.
If you make it too small then the mouse will still generate those extra clicks. So the trick for this method to work is to know the exact time frame of the mouse random clicks.
We can find this time frame using trial and error. We will start with ms and then test if the incorrect double clicks have stooped. If not then we will increase the time by 50 ms to ms and then again test it out. We will continue doing this till your invalid clicks have disappeared. If the folder icon opens and closes then your mouse still generates double clicks try increasing the debounce timer by 50ms and then try again.
If not then ms debounce time worked for your mouse. Once you have configured the debounce time properly there one issue now your mouse cannot generate double clicks even when you double-click. This will allow you to use your middle mouse button or mouse wheel button as a double-click. So when you press the mouse wheel your computer will behave as if you have double-clicked.
With this fix, your mouse is almost as good as new. There are a few issues which are less annoying. Like sometimes mouse down selection will not work but apart from that, it is very much usable.
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Super User is a question and answer site for computer enthusiasts and power users. It only takes a minute to sign up. My mouse is broken and I am too lazy to buy a new one. The problem is with the left click button. A simple physical click will result in several clicks in Windows. There is already a debouncing circuit in the mouse to prevent this type of behavior, but it is no longer effective. How can I increase the debounce time in software? Or another to put it is how can I tell to Windows to ignore multiple mouse clicks if the time between them is less than 0.
The free and open source tool AutoHotkey allows users to write custom scripts that interact with the keyboard and mouse.
In particular, one user has written a script called " Buggy Mouse " which "sets your mouse's minimum double-click speed preventing single-clicks from being seen as double-clicks ".
It does this by ignoring multiple clicks that occur too close to each other. After installing AutoHotkey and loading the script, my own debouncing issues appear to have been solved. The value of 75 seems to work well for me, however. Sorry I can't post comments, but I wanted to add to daviddg's answer.
Searching the scripts section of the AutoHotkey web site did not find anything for "Buggy Mouse". Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Configure debounce time in Windows for mouse Ask Question. Asked 9 years, 11 months ago. Active 5 years ago. Viewed 26k times.Best Mouse Parameter Settings self.
I haven't received my mouse yet, ordered through Overclockers. Can anyone let me know the best settings to use for this mouse?
That way when I receive it I can set it up quickly and correctly. It might mess with your Windows settings that are already in place. Debounce time is available if you update the firmware on the mouse. Set to 4ms for lowest click latency. If you experience double click issues, raise it.
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Become a Redditor and join one of thousands of communities. Want to add to the discussion? Post a comment! Create an account. LOD is personal preference. What exactly is the effect of LOD? Can you provide me some benefits and cons of higher or lower, or am I overcomplicating this lol. Much appreciated.Reviews Only. No Memes. If you wish to be added to the sidebar, please provide the mods with proof of connection with your company through mod mail. Question What is up with all the 4ms debounce time on recent mice?
I've been seeing a lot of new mouse coming out with 4ms debounce time. Whats up with that? Just seems to be a really good timing without double clicking. Anything below that double clicks usually start to occur. Debounce algorithms are needed to prevent multiple inputs registering on a single click - that's due to the nature of mechanical microswitches. The 4ms timing prevents more than one input from being registered within that time period - it doesn't delay the signal from being sent to the PC so therefore is different from input lag as I commonly see it being referred to as.
Mice also used to have 16ms debounces as the standard, so it's actually a lot lower now. The only reason why there's so much attention to it now is because more and more mice are adding the option to tweak it whereas before the option wasn't visible. There was also the issue with the G-Wolves Skoll where the debounce time was set too high, preventing jitter-clicking or even normal double-clicks like what you'd do to open a folder.
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Question Mouses where you can adjust debounce time? I recently got into Minecraft competitive don't judge xdd and after some research, I saw that mouses with a ms response time are easier to double click. The only mouse that looks that you can adjust the debounce time is the Model-O, but after trying it out, I figured that the shape isn't for me.
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Using the DAE right now. Is there any alternatives? Preferably a big ergo, like the DA. I'm up to do some modding in it like changing some more advanced settings and stuff like this. Even with 0ms debounce my skoll had never double clicked, you need an old or faulty omron switch to get double clicks, or a faulty gpro wireless.
Trying to get double clicks to gain an advantage is just plain stupid though, don't be a sore loser and not play fair because someone is simply better than you.
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Want to add to the discussion? Post a comment! Create an account.Reviews Only. No Memes. If you wish to be added to the sidebar, please provide the mods with proof of connection with your company through mod mail. Question model o Debounce time for fortnite. Looking to play everyday and go pro, so what should my debounce time be on Model O. Currently on 10ms. Should I lower or raise? Any help appreciated :.
That would just lead to you playing inconsistently. Agree, had it on the lowest which is 4ms and zero issues. Also worth mention debounce time activates when you let down of m1 or m2 not when you press it, hope you understand. About changing settings do it until you feel good and try to stick to it for a while then adjust slightly to what u think would be better.
The method I used for finding my sens was just benchmarking, really, just kept doing an aim map in CSGO untill I scored the best on one of the sensitivities, and stuck to that. I had the bad habit of changing my sens everytime I'd start losing, and was blaming my losses on that instead of my skill. Yeah its a large topic to talk about but since i spend so much time in CSGO and still trying to go pro. In terms of sensitivity i recommend to try any map, place some steady bot and run around changing the distance while trying to always have crosshair on the head and see if you are able to do that.
It may sound funny but i tried every sens in range of 1. Managed to get most comfort and results on 0. Sorry for the OP for little offtopic but yeah go for 4ms, to be honest didnt see much difference between 4ms and 20ms so it shouldnt matter which u set, its being smarter than enemy what will give you better results.
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