Mouse settings!

Is this the only way ! i can’t play fps games

or there is another way for better, advanced settings or maybe install mouse driver ?

you can configure your gaming mouse using piper.

sudo pacman -S piper
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Try… :arrow_down:

pamac install piper

… or…

sudo pacman -S piper
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@abdelkrim you have used pamac. instead try with pacman

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@ishaanbhimwal :frowning: i use asus rog gladius ii origin

Please don’t use screenshots to post terminal output. Mark it with the mouse, click on the </> button in the post editor and paste the output here.

can i use this ? GitHub - kyokenn/rogdrv: ASUS ROG userspace mouse driver for Linux

Why not? :thinking:

Some, not all.

Why? He just posted a screenshot of Piper, it’s obviously already installed, but his mouse is not supported.

I don’t know, can you? :wink:

Because i can’t adjust mouse sensitivity for accurate shooting and aim

can i use this ? GitHub - kyokenn/rogdrv: ASUS ROG userspace mouse driver for Linux

If i can on manjaro pls show me how step by step pls @Yochanan pls i’m not good enough in english im afraid to do something wrong :frowning_face:

There are instructions on that page on how to install it. I recommend you use Timeshift first and back up your system before you try though. That way if there is a problem you have a restore point to go back to.

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Try in-game settings. I suppose that most games have some settings in this field.

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System Settings → Input devices → Mouse

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