@RedLionhead What is the CDLC that reported as ODLC? Link plz.
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@Milo6485 Odd, that version works for me. I got the same error message you got only if I try to run the application from inside the disk image. Give this one a try and let me know if you get it working. It is a new Rocksmith Tools for Mac AIO that was just released which includes the latest version of all tools.
@Milo6485 Did you ever figure it how to correct the issue you were having? Think I did. You can not run the Mac Wine version from a Mac disk image file. The disk image is read only. You must drag the application icon to your Desktop or Application folder and run the app from there. Let me know if this works and I will tell you more.
@masaru Your welcome.
"could someone point me to a tutorial?" CFSM has a genereal help (tutorial) button (see top tool strip) and then each of the features have additional help buttons (see feature menu strip) and tooltip popups. You just need to try exploring CFSM on your own a little. You can always look here and search for anything you are having trouble with. Look here for help with repairs.
"where is the cdlc back up folder?" >My Documents>CFSM>Backups, Quarantine, or Remastered folders. Open the >My Documents>debug.log file in any text editor. The log file will also tell you about why certain files where quarantined or any errors.
"can i change the volume of the songs?" Yes. CFSM>Song Manager>pick a song and Select the checkbox>Right Click>Edit Song Information>Song Editor>Song Info tab (change the song volume)>Save>Exit
"the tones?" Yes. CFSM>Song Manager>pick a song and Select the checkbox>Right Click>Edit Song Information>Song Editor>Tones tab>(select the tone to change)>ToneEditor>(change the tone info)>OK>Save>Exit
"why Win10 doesn't see me as the administrator for this app?" Because your are not a real admin and/or your AV does not like the app. Have a look here for how to check your admin status, and how to whitelist the app correctly in your AV.
I hadn't decided yet whether the bonus track should be marked as a bonus arrangement by default, but I suppose that makes sense. Should I make that so?
Maybe it should NOT be named PART_REAL_GUITAR_BONUS since Track>Rocksmith>Arrangement type> BOnus is not selected by default for this arrangement. This was the cause of the trouble I ran into above until I figured it out.
If the purpose is to provide support for maximum of 5 RS arrangements as firkorn described to me, then maybe a more generic arrangement name, such as, PART_REAL_GUITAR_OTHER would be appropriate. Then leave selecting Track>Rocksmith>Arrangement type> BOnus or Alternate to the user.
@firekorn What do you think?
@raynebc So in new version of EOF I see Song>Track>PART_REAL_GUITAR_BONUS and I see new Track>Rocksmith>Arrangement type> BOnus and Alternate.
I am a little confused. What is the purpose of PART_REAL_GUITAR_BONUS if any track seems like it can be specified as BOnus or Alternate using Track>Rocksmith>Arrangement type>? Seems like PART_REAL_GUITAR_BONUS is not needed.
Would it be possible to have EOF set the arrangement element values as follows according to how the new Track>Rocksmith>Arrangement type> BOnus and Alternate are used?
Default : Represent = 1, Bonus = 0 Alternate : Represent = 0, Bonus = 0 Bonus : Represent = 0, Bonus = 1
Toolkit can handle the rest.
EDIT: after second attempt the new EOF version actual seems to be working the way I had asked for/described above.
I am still unclear as to the use of PART_REAL_GUITAR_BONUS firekorn explained the useage to me in PM. Now time for me to tweak the toolkit to accommodate the changes.
Thanks for all you do. No repsonse needed.
@raynebc The toolkit use arrangements as you have described and then each arrangement can be designate as a 'Bonus Arrangement' via a user checkbox. If you keep the EOF arrangement structure the way it is now and add new bonus arrangements, .e.g Lead_Bonus_RS2.xml, Bass_Bonus_RS2.xml, etc. The toolkit will decode the xml based on the 'arrangementProperties' element 'bonusArr=' and 'represents=' condition.
- Since past few versions its back to FULL scan after installing new beta even though new install was not selected. It is also forgetting my Columns.
This is expected behavior. After any significant/major revisions, CFSM will always perform a full rescan. Only after minor revisions is full scan not performed.
- "First search or filter on the artist and then use enable/disable."
I have done that but the Toggle makes it difficult if some songs are Enabled and some Disabled. It would be better to have a separate Enable and Disable button. This way if the songs are already Disabled they stay Disabled. Also, Select All and Select None would be better to have separate buttons.
So after filtering then first use 'Select/All None' and then use 'Toggle Selection'. This should produce your desired result.
- Can confirm Clicking on a song doesnt Check the Select box. Thanks.
- CTRL+Click is Checking the Select Box.
This is expected behavior and is described in CFSM Song Manager, General Help.
-Can we not use the Select Box? In Windows you can select files with CTRL, SHIFT, HOME, etc. which is a universal way of manipulating items.
CTRL, SHIFT, HOME in windows folder of files on my machine selects from the cursor location upward to home. Is this what you mean? This is a low priority feature if it is.
- Reload All Song Packs Resets the Enable/Disable Settings. Should remember them.
I can not reproduce this behavior. Plz describe your workflow completely.
- Tried to disable an ODLC. Gave this error:
This is a Rocksmith 1 Compatiblity Song. RS1 Compatiblity Songs can not be disabled individually. Use SetlistManager to disable all RS1 Compatiblity Songs. but when I go to SetList Manager, I cant find the song in any of the Song Packs shown.
This is expected behavior. Use must use Setlist Manager to enable/disable the entire RS1 Compatiblity Pack (See the lower right hand corner 'Song Packs' datagrid in Setlist Manager).
- CTRL + Click a Song in Duplicates makes the list scroll weirdly.
This is expected behavior and is described in CFSM Duplicates, General Help. I am unable to reproduce 'makes the list scroll weirdly. Plz describe your workflow completely.
"RS1 Compatiblity Songs can not be disabled individually."
You have to do this in Song Packs menu. Song Packs have to be processed differently than single songs thus the separate menu tab.
"I have an artist I want to Disable all songs for. Since I couldnt disable ODLC before, I had disabled CDLC and had left ODLC enabled. Now I can Select all their songs but when I click the Enable/Disable button, it just toggles the Enable/Disable option."
First search or filter on the artist and then use enable/disable.
I will work on the other issues/comments.
Why is it not possible to Disable or Select All/None ODLC?
I want to disable some ODLC so RS doesnt have to load as many files.
Try latest beta version. You can enable/disable ODLC from Song Manger now. Be sure to read the tooltip popups.
I understand the Piracy issue. Dont understand why CFSM doesnt allow to Disable ODLC from Song Manager.
If it was because of Rule 4, it shouldnt be allowed in Setlist Manager either.
Setlist Manager offers other functionality. Might as well delete or rename the files manually.
I use CFSM to make managing my Song Library easier.
Site Rule #4 covers more than just piracy. It also addresses modifications to ODLC. CFSM Song Manager can be used to enabled, disabled, backup, delete, repair, edit, modify and tag CDLC. To keep things simple, Song Manager simply did not allow any changes to ODLC.
I will see what I can do about opening up CFSM to selectively allow ODLC to be enabled, disabled, backed up, and deleted as these activities do not seem to violate Site Rule #4.
ODLC repairing, editing, modification, or tagging is not supported or condoned by CF, or the CFSM developers.
What is the logic of not disabling ODLC but allowing to disable CDLC?
SongManager has song editing features that if ODLC were selectable would violate Site Rule #4. You can enable/disable ODLC in Setlist Manager which does not have these editing features.