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Fear The Wolves

Beta added! Use the config file calculation for best accuracy and independent calculation of X and Y axis.
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Ravenfield

Hipfire and sniper sensitivity added.
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Battlefield V

Sensitivity settings are mostly the same as in Battlefield 1.
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Star Wars: Battlefront 2 (Classic)

Oldie added.
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Combat Arms Reloaded

Finally added! The acceleration issues are fixed in the Reloaded version.
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So, and this may just be me, the Y-axis seems far less sensitive than the X-axis. Just off of "feel" I'd say its about half, but again, it may just be me. Testing with the given sensitivity from the calculator set to viewspeed-v1 but doubled and the X-scale set to .50 it feels right-ish to me. Also the sensitivity can be set in the "settings.cfg" file located in "C:\Users\USER\AppData\Roaming\Ion Maiden Preview Campaign" and can be set to the sixth decimal place. I do have to say thanks for the quick addition to the calculator tho wizard, even with the weird Y-axis it does feel much better using what the calculator gave me. :)

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3 hours ago, MrNohbdy said:

So, and this may just be me, the Y-axis seems far less sensitive than the X-axis. Just off of "feel" I'd say its about half, but again, it may just be me. Testing with the given sensitivity from the calculator set to viewspeed-v1 but doubled and the X-scale set to .50 it feels right-ish to me. Also the sensitivity can be set in the "settings.cfg" file located in "C:\Users\USER\AppData\Roaming\Ion Maiden Preview Campaign" and can be set to the sixth decimal place. I do have to say thanks for the quick addition to the calculator tho wizard, even with the weird Y-axis it does feel much better using what the calculator gave me. :)

You're right, X-Scale should be half of Y-Scale for the sensitivity to be 1:1! Added X-scale to the calculator, so pay attention to what value goes where. Also added the config file calculation.

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