Guide:SkyrimPrefs INI/Controls

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bAlwaysRunByDefault

bAlwaysRunByDefault toggles the ability of the character to always run by default. If turned off, you can still run, but walking is the default action.

Default is 1.

bAlwaysRunByDefault=(0,1)

bGamePadRumble

bGamePadRumble toggles controller vibration. It is changeable in the in-game Settings > Gameplay menu as Vibration.

Default is 1.

bGamePadRumble=(0,1)

bInvertYValues

bInvertYValues toggles the ability of the the mouse to be inverted over the y-axis (up and down movement). It is changeable in the in-game Settings > Gameplay menu as Invert Y.

Default is 0.

bInvertYValues=(0,1)

bMouseAcceleration

It has been verified that this setting is completely placebo. The game does not recognize it at all. All versions from 1.1.21.0 through the present have been examined and show no evidence of this setting ever existing. It does not appear in game-generated INIs or in Launcher presets. Its origin appears to be from the SkyrimPrefs.ini file that resides inside the extra Skyrim directory inside the main Skyrim directory, where it is set to 1. It is likely this is a leftover setting from development that was taken out prior to release, or at least immediately following release (version 1.1.21.0 was released the same day the game was released). It supposedly toggled the ability of the mouse to accelerate while moving.

bMouseAcceleration=(0,1)

bUseKinect

bUseKinect toggles the use of Kinect on XBox. bUseKinect was added with the official 1.6 patch.

Default is 0.

bUseKinect=(0,1)

fGamepadHeadingSensitivity

fGamepadHeadingSensitivity sets the controller heading sensitivity.

Default is 1.8999999762.

fGamepadHeadingSensitivity=(...,-0.0001,0,0.0001,...)

fMouseHeadingSensitivity

fMouseHeadingSensitivity sets the mouse heading sensitivity (AKA lock sensitivity). It is changeable in the in-game Settings > Gameplay menu as Lock Sensitivity.

Default is 0.0125000002.

fMouseHeadingSensitivity=(...,-0.0001,0,0.0001,...)