I'm trying to set my mouse sensitivity more precisely. I want to set it to exactly 0.7x, but Windows does not have that option

Currently, these are the sensitivity options in Windows:

1/11 - 0.0625x

2/11 - 0.0125x

3/11 - 0.25x

4/11 - 0.50x

5/11 - 0.75x

6/11 (default) - 1.00x

7/11 - 1.50x

8/11 - 2.00x

9/11 - 2.50x

10/11 - 3.00x

11/11 - 3.50x

Is there any application/script that will give me more control over Windows mouse sensitivity?

Source: http://wiki.teamliquid.net/counterstrike/Mouse_settings#Windows_Sensitivity

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I imagine you can do this with a registry change. Found a suggestion on another question https://superuser.com/a/1310313/389381

  1. Run regedit.exe from the Windows search bar
  2. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Mouse
  3. Change MouseSensivity to 20 (10 = normal, 20 = twice as fast)
  4. Restart your PC

The best program to do it should be Raw Accel (https://github.com/a1xd/rawaccel), it will permit you to use whatever multiplier you wants. May I ask you why you wants to use 0.7 multiplier ? I think that maybe you can make a better choice.

Regarding your source you made mistakes by copying multipliers.

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