MOUSEKEY_DELAYtoo low makes the cursor unresponsive. Setting it too high makes small movements difficult.
MOUSEKEY_INTERVAL. If the refresh rate of your display is 60Hz, you could set it to
16(1/60). As this raises the cursor speed significantly, you may want to lower
0will disable acceleration for the cursor or scrolling respectively. This way you can make one of them constant while keeping the other accelerated, which is not possible in constant speed mode.
MOUSEKEY_WHEEL_INTERVALtoo low will make scrolling too fast. Setting it too high will make scrolling too slow when the wheel key is held down.
MOUSEKEY_INTERVALsetting. The shorter the interval is set the smoother the movement will be. Setting the value too low makes the cursor unresponsive. Lower settings are possible if the micro processor is fast enough. For example: At an interval of
125movements per second will be initiated. With a base speed of
1000each movement will move the cursor by
1. Setting mouse wheel speed is done by adjusting the number of wheel movements per second.
KC_ACL2change the cursor and scroll speed to their respective setting.
KC_ACL1. There is no unmodified speed.
KC_ACL1< unmodified <
MK_3_SPEEDin your keymap’s
KC_ACL2to momentarily (while held) set the cursor and scroll speeds to constant speeds. When no acceleration keys are held, this mode is identical to Accelerated mode, and can be modified using all of the relevant settings.
MK_COMBINEDin your keymap’s