- 1 Post By hackerman1
5th January 2015, 08:59 #1
Command to enable / disable the mouse-setting "Enhance pointer precision" ?
Is there a command to enable / disable the mouse-setting "Enhance pointer precision" ?
Also, where in registry is that setting stored ?
I was thinking about using a reg-script but I cannot find any setting in registry.
I have searched on the net and it seems that others are also wondering where it is stored.
5th January 2015, 16:31 #2
Control Panel should have a mouse section, all your controls will be in there. I'm not at home, so I cannot look it up the exact section or choices within.
5th January 2015, 18:14 #3
Of course there is a section in Control Panel, but thatīs not what I meant.
You missunderstood the question...
I asked for a command to change settings.
I have made a program that changes some settings and also starts another program where other settings can be changed.
However, after posting I found the settings in registry.
Iīm modifying my reg-script to fix the problem.
"Enhance pointer precision" is called "MouseSpeed" in registry.
Itīs located under [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Mouse]
1 = enabled
0 = disabled
Last edited by hackerman1; 5th January 2015 at 19:10.
6th January 2015, 00:06 #4
hackerman1, sorry for miss-reading your OP
lemmie get out of this thread, others far wiser than I should be comin' anytime now
13th January 2015, 15:14 #5
It may not answer your question, but I wrote a post on this Enhance Pointer Precision feature.
13th January 2015, 19:41 #6