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In Topic: EoF No Longer Recognizing Keyboard Inputs

09 November 2019 - 05:07 PM

@mojokilla Any updates on this?

In Topic: EoF No Longer Recognizing Keyboard Inputs

04 November 2019 - 02:23 AM

Somebody else mentioned that problem in the past (http://customsforge....382#entry316382), but the issue went away on its own for unknown reasons (ie. probably a cause external to EOF). It's hard to say what the problem could be. You could try the exkeys test program in that post to see if it detects your keyboard input.

In Topic: EoF No Longer Recognizing Keyboard Inputs

03 November 2019 - 06:32 PM

Something has to have changed. Does the line in the Information Panel that has CTRL, ALT, SHIFT statuses along with the last read scan code and ASCII code change at all when you press keys? Assuming Windows, if you open File>Load, does Windows's file browser recognize your keyboard input?

did you install any OS or driver updates recently? Did you change your keyboard or any particular keyboard settings in the OS (including input method editors, such as for foreign languages)? Do you happen to have multiple keyboards connected to the comupter (wired or wirelessly)? If you have a spare cheap keyboard lying around, can you try using it instead of your current one to see if that makes a difference?

In Topic: Latest EOF releases (10-30-2019)

03 November 2019 - 06:33 AM

Sorry, it should be working now.

In Topic: Latest EOF releases (10-30-2019)

02 November 2019 - 05:21 PM

First I think you should confirm that formally saving the chart and then manually starting Phase Shift to play the chart shows that the correct cymbal+tom notation is displaying.

If it does, then the problem is probably that Phase Shift is not correctly handling the chart being launched over the command line.

If it does not, then try importing the MIDI EOF created back into EOF to see if the cymbal+tom status shows up appropriately for the correct notes. If it does, then the problem is probably with Phase Shift and not EOF. Otherwise please send me the EOF project file so I can test with it.

About the graphics thing, it would only affect the display of the notes in the 3D preview panel in EOF. It would not change how it displays in Phase Shift, although I think you might be able to make a mod/theme for that game, but I don't know anything about how to do that.