wat ^ :shok:
A club for minors.
Although I must say the guy who started this is a genius (business wise), but oh man I can't stop thinking about where we are heading as a society with this :doh:
I'm pretty sure the idea has been out for a while, but once again, wat
I know the...
The game seems fun so far but the menu navigation is not that good...
And the thing that pisses me off the most is the arrow drop mechanism, it's atrocious. It seems to adjust the aim automatically with the distance and I'm not even sure to continue playing the game until this is fixed/changed o_O
phenom 940 stock with 4GB of 800MHz and a 4850 stock at 16850 * 1050... settings at low and getting ~40 fps
something is probably wrong o.O
edit: its my work computer so I don't really expect much out of it, but still :haha:
I stopped working a few minutes and tried BF3 real quick since I bought the game yesterday... am I the only one appaled by the mouse sensitivity and how awkward it feels? o.O
There is some people talking on forums about 'negative mouse acceleration' in the beta and EA supposed to take it off...
Thanks for the link Sugar (and thanks for the answers everyone)!
It seems like I have a fingertip grip... but I think I should try to change that. I feel like I'm holding a '98 compaq three button mouse :haha:
I have a small dillema right now on how you are "supposed" to hold a 'modern' gaming mouse.
Before when I pretty much did anything with my computer I always held my mx518 with the thumb on the side buttons, the index on the left button, the middle finger on the right one and was always...
iirc#1 -> with gnome go on the 'top' bar, go in the preference menu and click on either 'screen' or 'display' (i don't remember which) OR go edit manually in xorg.conf (not sure you want to actually do that)
iirc#2 -> there's no apply button in gnome
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