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Member Since 10 Mar 2014
OFFLINE Last Active Yesterday, 05:56 PM

In Topic: Pre-bends in EoF

Yesterday, 06:42 AM

You need to use tech note to notate pre-bends : http://customsforge....bends-and-more/

In Topic: RS2014 re-installation on new computer

Yesterday, 06:40 AM

Make sure you have activated the steam cloud for your save and your profile will be automatically transfered to the other computer so all your progress and game settings are saved by steam and you won't have to worry about it.


For safety you can always back up your profile files which are located in :

"Your Steam installation folder"\userdata\"Your SteamID"\221680\remote


Only thing steam won't do is to put back the dll and save your CDLC.

In Topic: Songs from RS2012 not available on RS2014 Remastered (Steam)

Yesterday, 06:36 AM

For getting the on disc songs, you need to own RS1 and also buy the Disc Import Tool


Note that DLC that were released for RS1 will automatically be available in RS2014 when you buy them on steam (and you don't need the import tool or RS1 for that to work).

In Topic: request is here?

15 June 2018 - 05:33 AM

For request go here : http://customsforge....-cdlc-requests/

In Topic: Editing CDLC

14 June 2018 - 03:09 PM

@CodexofRome Unless you have a very good knowledge of the tool to create CDLC, no it's not easy. Fixing titles or tones tends to be relatively easy because it doesn't involve EOF but only the toolkit but anything to goes into editing the actual chart itself can become a nightmare even for people that know how to create a CDLC.