With the release of the 8.3.7 minipatch for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth, Blizzard developers are making some adjustments for Shadowlands that shouldn't have any impact on your current game. However, some players were surprised that after the update, the mouse behaved differently in WoW. Game producer Kyle Hartline tweeted a solution.
Blizzard's WoW developers have released Mini Update 8.3.7 for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth. The official patch notes do not speak of any adjustments that should affect the current game. One change affects Shadowlands with so-called "non-player-facing changes", the other change affects the companion app for WoW. However, some things that WoW fans assume are bugs are not documented, such as Mythic bosses in Ny'alotha. And there may appear to be a bug in the behavior of the mouse cursor, as game producer Kyle "Zorbrix" Hartline notes on Twitter.
He gives the following tip: "If you have problems with the mouse after the WoW patch released today, this should help: / console rawMouseEnable 0" – you simply enter this command in the game chat and confirm with Enter. However, fans say that the command in turn causes the problem to return, that the mouse jumps when you turn the camera. WoW player Vanya posted a video of it in response to Zorbrix's tweet.
In response to the cursor tremor problem, Zorbrix writes that the developers are definitely on the screen, although he still has no details for the players. Another problem, according to player reports, is that the cursor of the mouse sticks to one place when you spam the left mouse button while moving the mouse. Affected fans hope that the developers will step on the gas to fix the problems.
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