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Aha I found the answer here and the actual documentation here

Basically a really shittysimple algorithm is used unless you set the threshold to 0. I set the acceleration to 2 and it gets pretty close, though it is still far from as good as Windows.

xset m 2 0

The documentation gives more advanced options for different acceleration profiles (not available in the LXDE GUI of course). First install xinput:

sudo apt-get install xinput

Next find your mouse device id:

xinput list

There should be a mouse there with something like id=7. You want the actual mouse device id, not the "Virtual core pointer".

Now get all the settings

xinput list-props 7

Change the device accel profile from 0 (the default which chooses between polynomial or idiotic depending on whether the threshold is 0 or not). E.g.

xinput set-prop 7 "Device Accel Profile" 3

Unfortunately I still haven't been able to get it as good as Windows.

Aha I found the answer here and the actual documentation here

Basically a really shitty algorithm is used unless you set the threshold to 0. I set the acceleration to 2 and it gets pretty close, though it is still far from as good as Windows.

xset m 2 0

The documentation gives more advanced options for different acceleration profiles (not available in the GUI of course). First install xinput:

sudo apt-get install xinput

Next find your mouse device id:

xinput list

There should be a mouse there with something like id=7. You want the actual mouse device id, not the "Virtual core pointer".

Now get all the settings

xinput list-props 7

Change the device accel profile from 0 (the default which chooses between polynomial or idiotic depending on whether the threshold is 0 or not). E.g.

xinput set-prop 7 "Device Accel Profile" 3

Unfortunately I still haven't been able to get it as good as Windows.

Aha I found the answer here and the actual documentation here

Basically a really simple algorithm is used unless you set the threshold to 0. I set the acceleration to 2 and it gets pretty close, though it is still far from as good as Windows.

xset m 2 0

The documentation gives more advanced options for different acceleration profiles (not available in the LXDE GUI). First install xinput:

sudo apt-get install xinput

Next find your mouse device id:

xinput list

There should be a mouse there with something like id=7. You want the actual mouse device id, not the "Virtual core pointer".

Now get all the settings

xinput list-props 7

Change the device accel profile from 0 (the default which chooses between polynomial or idiotic depending on whether the threshold is 0 or not). E.g.

xinput set-prop 7 "Device Accel Profile" 3

Unfortunately I still haven't been able to get it as good as Windows.

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Aha I found the answer here and the actual documentation here

Basically a really shitty algorithm is used unless you set the threshold to 0. I set the acceleration to 2 and it gets pretty close, though it is still far from as good as Windows.

xset m 2 0

Here's some goodThe documentation gives more advanced options for different acceleration profiles (not available in the GUI of course). First install xinput:

sudo apt-get install xinput

http://www.x.org/wiki/Development/Documentation/PointerAcceleration/ Next find your mouse device id:

xinput list

There should be a mouse there with something like id=7. You want the actual mouse device id, not the "Virtual core pointer".

Now get all the settings

xinput list-props 7

Change the device accel profile from 0 (the default which chooses between polynomial or idiotic depending on whether the threshold is 0 or not). E.g.

xinput set-prop 7 "Device Accel Profile" 3

Unfortunately I still haven't been able to get it as good as Windows.

Aha I found the answer here

Basically a really shitty algorithm is used unless you set the threshold to 0. I set the acceleration to 2 and it gets pretty close, though it is still far from as good as Windows.

xset m 2 0

Here's some good documentation:

http://www.x.org/wiki/Development/Documentation/PointerAcceleration/

Aha I found the answer here and the actual documentation here

Basically a really shitty algorithm is used unless you set the threshold to 0. I set the acceleration to 2 and it gets pretty close, though it is still far from as good as Windows.

xset m 2 0

The documentation gives more advanced options for different acceleration profiles (not available in the GUI of course). First install xinput:

sudo apt-get install xinput

Next find your mouse device id:

xinput list

There should be a mouse there with something like id=7. You want the actual mouse device id, not the "Virtual core pointer".

Now get all the settings

xinput list-props 7

Change the device accel profile from 0 (the default which chooses between polynomial or idiotic depending on whether the threshold is 0 or not). E.g.

xinput set-prop 7 "Device Accel Profile" 3

Unfortunately I still haven't been able to get it as good as Windows.

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Aha I found the answer here

Basically a really shitty algorithm is used unless you set the threshold to 0. I set the acceleration to 2 and it gets pretty close, though it is still far from as good as Windows.

xset m 2 0

Here's some good documentation:

http://www.x.org/wiki/Development/Documentation/PointerAcceleration/

Aha I found the answer here

Basically a really shitty algorithm is used unless you set the threshold to 0. I set the acceleration to 2 and it gets pretty close, though it is still far from as good as Windows.

xset m 2 0

Aha I found the answer here

Basically a really shitty algorithm is used unless you set the threshold to 0. I set the acceleration to 2 and it gets pretty close, though it is still far from as good as Windows.

xset m 2 0

Here's some good documentation:

http://www.x.org/wiki/Development/Documentation/PointerAcceleration/

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