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question-circle Wonky mouse camera controls in PQ

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19 Jan 2023 10:27 #1
I'm running PlatinumQuest on my Debian Linux box via Wine. My main mouse is a wired Logitech G303 gaming mouse, and every time I play PlatinumQuest, navigating the menu is alright, but the camera controls get laggy and slow. I'm having to use a wireless non-gaming mouse (an M325) for that purpose instead, and that one works comparatively normally.

What causes a mouse's sensitivity in-game to be more laggy than that of another mouse?
Thanks in advance.
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