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Some questions about chords

- - - - - cldc eof chords rocksmith 2014 double stop

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@raynebc that wasn't the case before the last modification that allow the crazy status to not be mandatory on chord/note inside a handshape which was added only recently and i didn't have the need for that function recently.

 

To be honest the recent version of EOF have broken some stuff for me that i haven't had the time to play around with all those new function and i haven't had the need for it either yet so my bad if it's now easily doable and i'm actually glad to hear it :)


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Definitely feel free to mention if you find something that's broken.