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  1. I wouldn't recommend this method because wrapping the cable like that will lead to earlier death of the cable. A typical mouse bungie or doing something to create a similar effect as well as wrapping the cable using over-under method is better imo. For instance, my desk has a partial desk that pivots under the right side on a small pole that becomes 2 stationary right feet of the desk; my mouse is on the the pivoting part since it's about the same height as the keyboard. The cube doesn't work that well, nor does a bungie, because the right edge of the desk sticks out over the pivoting part, so I ended up just using a cable Velcro to attach the mouse cable to the pole to create the same bungie effect. There's also a lot of mouse bungie models if you search on thingiverse.com if you're into making your own, but don't want to go through designing it. For me, I think the cube would need to be glued or tied down because the it moves if the cable is pushing it when the mouse is close or pulling when the mouse is far. I don't want the cable to be bent at that angle in the cube either so I don't use it. The main idea is to have something that stays in place as well as direct the cable upwards and off the desk.
  2. Just got Fortnite recently so I'm still learning the game, but this profile seems very intuitive. It's been working really well. Getting to Slots 1 or 6 just involves scrolling up or down a notch after pressing left trigger or pulling right trigger. Thanks for this!
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    To me, having left hand only control movement and push-to-talk while the right hand does aiming, shooting, abilities, etc. seems more natural. This profile is developed to achieve this as best as possible. I generally play at 700 DPI * 5 In-Game Sensitivity. The mouse sensor is natively 1000 DPI so I don't go much higher (my second DPI is 1200). I also have specific aim reticles for the characters I play (or want to improve on) FYI. Even though I typically play Moira or Mercy, I always try to play other heroes whenever I can and most of my testing for mouse map and aim reticle is done in Practice Range as well as from Quick Play experiences. I haven't found a need to use the Tilt or Pivot yet so feel free to let me know if you have some ideas to improve this profile!
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