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Chord slide not appearing in game

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Best Answer Kiscsak98, 29 May 2016 - 07:02 AM

It is odd that sliding chord shows up as high density (repeat line).  If you create the chart without using DDC, does it behave differently?

@raynebc Tested it. Everything worked fine without DDC.

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The slide in EoF

http://i.imgur.com/MA0jkwE.png

 

The slide in game

http://i.imgur.com/jj910Nv.png

 

 

The slide is working perfectly in game however it won't be displayed. The same thing occurs with chord bends. The bend is there but it isn't displayed (nor the sustain). Is there a solution for this?

 

 



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It is odd that sliding chord shows up as high density (repeat line).  If you create the chart without using DDC, does it behave differently?



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✓  Best Answer

It is odd that sliding chord shows up as high density (repeat line).  If you create the chart without using DDC, does it behave differently?

@raynebc Tested it. Everything worked fine without DDC.



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@Chlipouni this might be worth looking into.