If you read the info in the thread I linked you to you will learn everything you need to know about DPI and resolution. Unfortunately there is no way to adjust the DPI of your mouse. The Mini Optical is great for SC:BW because it's a 640x480 game but for modern games you will either have to accept pixel skipping or play them at a very low resolution!
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You shouldn't need to change anything. It has a low DPI, so if you turn up [software] sensitivity, it's going to skip pixels because that's what you are telling the software to do. You have to set the sensitivity SUUUUUUUUUPER low so it doesn't do that.
Keep in mind that you will have to drag the mouse about 3 inches to cover a standard 1920x1080 desktop res.
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they accept pixel skipping by raising up the sensitivity in-game. honestly it hardly makes a difference once you get used to it. Some pros even with good high dpi mouses such as nestea still set there mouse sensitivy to 70% in-game.
It makes no sense yes i agree, but it shows all you have do is become accustomed to it.
I've been using mine since I got a beta key way back then. I never had any problems with pixel skipping and I never felt like I had to adjust at all; just jumped right in out of BW and it all felt fine.
JerKy Korea (South). May 27 2012 13:18. Posts 1968
I recall when SC2 first came out, I experienced a lot of pixel skipping with this mouse Fortunately (and unfortunately) for me, at around the same time, my brother started stealing my mouse to use with his desktop (since he didnt have another one), so I bought another mouse and didnt have to deal with this problem
You can type "StarCraft" with just your left hand.