Hello, I play a lot of games, and, the ONE thing that keeps me on Windows 99% of the time is the fact that I play a lot of first person shooters. To play with different mouse sensitivities in different games means that you are constantly re-learning how to aim every time you switch games, which is why I use https://www.mouse-sensitivity.com/ to make sure all my games have the same sensitivity (and yes, I am a paying customer).. Thus, whenever I play a first person shooter in any linux distribution, there is always mouse acceleration and other weird things interpreting the mouse, along with the fact that I can't get the same sensitivity in linux as I have on windows. Now that I have a budgie install, I *NEED a 1-to-1 conversion, or else I will never be able to switch fully. I have spent many hours searching for fixes online for many different distributions (over the course of YEARS - around 4 or 5, while distro-hopping quite frequently), and come to find absolutely zero conversions. If anyone knows a way to do this, please respond. If any developers see this (and there is no way to fix this), adding some sort of tool to convert from windows would be immensely useful, especially if you want to bring the gaming community over.