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In Topic: Latest EOF releases (10-17-2017)

29 October 2017 - 01:34 AM

I updated my Mac to High Sierra. Thank god the keyboard input still works in RS, and CDLCs are still playable. Heres one problem though. I think EOF is not compatible with High Sierra. Just quits and disappears from the dock. Heres the eoflog.txt.

677: Logging started during program initialization at Sun Oct 29 01:31:03 2017
677: EOF v1.8RC12 (10-17-2017)
677: eof_load_config() entered
677: set_default_config() entered
677: eof_controller_read_button_names() entered
677: eof_controller_read_button_names() entered
677: 	Importing chord shape definitions
677: eof_load_chord_shape_definitions() entered
677: 	54 chord shape definitions imported
677: eof_set_display_mode() entered
677: eof_window_create() entered
677: eof_window_create() entered
677: eof_window_create() entered
677: eof_window_create() entered
677: eof_window_create() entered
677: eof_load_data() entered

Then i try to run EOF through terminal and see what it comes up with.

Last login: Sun Oct 29 01:09:15 on console
Coltons-iMac:~ DarkSeph22$ /Users/DarkSeph22/Desktop/RocksmithCDLCs/EOF.app/Contents/MacOS/eof ; exit;
2017-10-29 01:31:03.409 eof[1320:39237] Warning once: This application, or a library it uses, is using NSQuickDrawView, which has been deprecated. Apps should cease use of QuickDraw and move to Quartz.
Bus error: 10
Saving session...
...copying shared history...
...saving history...truncating history files...

[Process completed]

Maybe it needs Quartz now?

In Topic: Latest EOF releases (10-17-2017)

27 October 2017 - 05:08 PM

Yeah that could work. I just think it would be a whole lot easier for something like that to implement, especially people like me that like to make ODLC-quality CDLCs :)

In Topic: Latest EOF releases (10-17-2017)

27 October 2017 - 04:41 PM

Wonder if there can be a feature of where you an set minimum note distance for a specific song your doing, and not by your preferences? Just wondering and I think it would be useful for most people when dealing with spacing between notes.

In Topic: RocksmithCustomSongToolkit exception error on Mac. Cannot open

19 October 2017 - 03:42 AM

Don’t use the Mac toolkit. It’s broken and everything doesn’t work in that version. Look down at my signature and download latest version of RSToolkitWine. 300 mb toolkit, so save some space, but PC to Mac conversions, Wwise conversions, psarc creation, DDC generation, etc should be working.

In Topic: Rocksmith custom song toolkit error

01 October 2017 - 09:40 AM

I wouldn’t recommended using custom scripts, unless you have experience on how conversion works internally. I mean if your curious about using custom scripts, here some.

RSUtils by 0x0L: https://github.com/0x0L/rs-utils

That uses Python scripts and runs on Wine just like toolkit does via Homebrew. Requires Homebrew as well to get Wwise authoring tools running. Takes up less space, but requires more work just to do one thing. I have used this before, and I had success with it.

There’s more, but I will find it and post it here.


@Alex360 Is that really how you spelled my name? xD jk