Hello guys, I've been looking into (or maybe "spending time") on a way to "fix" esf mouse acceleration and I have found a fool proof way to do it. This may also work as an indicator to the Developers and where to start with fixing it (only in theory as I don't know how the code works
In this video I have compared the behaviour of the ESF without moving a joystick and the behaviour of the ESF while moving a joystick and the mouse simultaneously. As you can see, while moving the joystick aswell, the mouse acceleration is 0.
With those new datails regarding the bug a fix should no longer be impossible, I really hope this gets seen and looked into, mouse acceleration being gone would be a huge step towards a more accessible airgame.
If you have any questions or anything else feel free to message me on discord: Daddy010#4511
So ive been a pc gamer for like around 4 years now. I use a corsair brand mouse and headset and i use the app iCUE to change the rgb of them. What i did not know is that the app doesnt just control the lights, there are also mouse settings that you can turn on and off.
One of them is called "enhance pointer precision. One quick google search tells me that it is basically just mouse acceleration, which is really bad because i play games with high sensitivity. Mouse acceleration actually makes your aim worse because it can over accelerate and you can miss your target, whuch happens to me a lot. So i turned it off and immediately noticed a difference.
I play destiny 2 a lot and was trying to get better at using snipers in pvp. I somehow kept missing every single shot even if it was on the mark. After turning this setting off i realize that my aim has been way better not just with snipers, but with other weapons aswell.
It only took me 4 years to realise this was a problem :/
Tldr: left iCUEs mouse acceleration on without knowing it even existed for years and after turning it off my aim in games was better.
And we wonder, why every opponent in WL has either Klaiber, Walker, or Reece James playing as CB...
What is the intention of EA? Is there actually a specific strategy behind this? Do they really want people to spend money for those very prime META CBs in order to have actually CBs playing in that position or are they not really aware of the current game mode/meta and do this unintentionally?
1: get in esf 2: use joystick at max speed for a bit 3: use mouse without accel
PwC just hosted a webcast for a select amount of employees in which they said they are making offshore employees in India full remote team members.
They are changing the current name of our offshore team for Acceleration Center members to Remote Team members. This means they will be taking part in client meetings like regular associates, included in all huddle meetings and even social events like virtual happy hours, and assigned the same tasks as regular associates (other than walkthroughs which they said will probably be outsourced offshore team next year). On my team already American associates barely have anything to do and are desperately searching for things to help with to keep their utilization up. We had a meeting after the webcast (called Acceleration Center 3.0) and everyone was talking about how scared they were.
The difference between 2017 and now is really shocking. Back then hardly any of the work was being done by the overseas team and it was all grunt work. Now they are doing almost everything and what little the American associates have left is rapidly disappearing, it is pretty much just impairments and walkthroughs at this point. Also on non-public audits AC team members are allowed to do final reviews on EGA’s in addition to first level reviews.
The bottom line: the profession of public accounting is being rapidly outsourced to exploited people overseas and all the cost savings are going straight to the partner’s pockets
Edit: I want to offer some possible solutions to this situation. The first thing that those of us who are CPA’s can do is petition AICPA to lobby Congress and the PCAOB to limit the amount of hours on an audit that can be sent overseas. The other thing we can do is try to organize our workplace to resist this
I can't imagine you guys/girls with a Tesla or a Taycan lol. Hyundai ioniq at eco mode already impressed me a ton.
A few points summary other than the acceleration:
pardon my English
There were a few reasons I didn't get the Performance TM3, mostly the lowered suspension and the 20" wheels. I got the LR TM3 with the 19" wheels - that was a few weeks ago.
Today I purchased Acceleration Boost and it loaded to my car pretty quickly (less than an hour, but I wasn't checking in on it). Now, I'd driven the Performance TM3 back when they first came out... but that was a few years ago.
All I have to say is: wow. It's a really noticeable difference. It goes from "wow, this is fast," to "wow, this is seriously impressive."
There's a little bit of almost-unwieldly character with that extra half-second improvement in acceleration. And, if I am correct, the 0-60 times for the LR with Acceleration Boost are within a few tenths of a second of the original Performance TM3.
Teslabjørn just published a very interesting video showing how the 2021 Model 3 Performance loses tons of performance seemingly because it cools the battery way to much, leaving it with a power output of just 120kW @ 10% charge compared to 230kW on the 2019 model after driving from a 90% charge. On the 2019 the battery temperature stays at around 28°C but the 2021 model drops all the way down to 9°C in the same conditions. The 2021 couldn't even keep highway speeds towards the end because of the insane power limit. Seems like a very weird decision to let it get that low when it loses that much performance, but maybe this is by design just to keep the efficiency high, is the answer to activate Track Mode to keep this from happening? Can be very dangerous not being able to keep the speed on a highway.
Results table here https://imgur.com/a/HWY0vqq (All cred to Teslabjørn on YouTube)
Check out the video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-2r4Y_lUsk
I'm not supposed to slow down to let you in the humongous gap. You're supposed to ac-cel-er-ate so you can match my speed and get in the gap.
Post solved, thanks to those who commented.
Like many of you who will find this post, my 1975 Honda CB750 was giving me shit. Riding like absolute garbage. Backfiring from carbs when coming off idle, hesitating when trying to accelerate at almost any RPM, and having flat spots in the powerband that was enormous. This is on stock airbox with a new filter, freshly adjusted timing (I have a newly installed electronic ignition and new coils) and valves, and cleaned and synced carbs. I tried everything.
- adjusting the mixture screws
- raising and lowering the needle
- recleaning the carbs over and over
And in the end, you know what it was? SPARK PLUGS. Even though mine "looked" fine, and were the right brand and spec *NGK D8EA, they were not playing nicely. Gapped a new set to .027 and now the bike runs better than it ever has (Have owned it for the last 2-3k miles.)
Now, I am not saying this is going to solve your specific issue, but certainly should not be overlooked. I was constantly pulling them to check for color and so on, but it never occurred to me to just change them, even though they weren't that old.
Hope this helps anyone who has also spent hours upon hours banging their heads on their workbench trying to get these slide carbs in tune.