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#204497 Importing Tux guitar

Posted by GetTheLedOut on 01 March 2016 - 04:03 PM


EOF doesn't support that format, but Tux Guitar should be able to export to Guitar Pro format, which EOF can import.

Thx, I got it figured out. Now I'm trying to figure out how to synchronize the notes properly. I hit ctl A, but it will only let me drag the notes to a certain point...


You'll definitely want to check out the tutorials on how to sync your beat map. There's a video tutorial that I did, as well as a text based tutorial that @firekorn put together a while back. Either of them, or even both will help you out a lot.

You DEFINITELY don't want to be dragging notes around as a method of synchronization. 

#177367 CDLC Folders!

Posted by GetTheLedOut on 23 September 2015 - 11:12 AM

New to this charting lark, would I need to manually pull down links if/when a song I chart becomes an official Dlc?

If so, what kind of time frame do we have?

The mods will notify you if one of your songs becomes an official DLC, and they'll remove it for you. They're just referring to people that use one "master link" for many songs.

Just make sure you provide a unique link for each song you create, and you probably won't have to do anything at all in the event that one of your creations becomes an official DLC.

#176807 CDLC Folders!

Posted by GetTheLedOut on 20 September 2015 - 05:56 PM

I nearly had a heart attack when I first saw this, until I read a bit further...

I link to a folder for each individual song so that I don't have to change the link when new versions/updates are placed in the folder. Glad to know this will still be allowed.