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raynebcMember Since 17 Feb 2014
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Posted by raynebc on 15 July 2019 - 01:57 PM
Posted by raynebc on 12 June 2019 - 01:33 AM
*Removed the creation of the ghwt_drum.array.txt file written during save (if. GH file export is enabled) and instead updated EOF to write a proper array.txt file that should have correct expert drum note data that can be used with QueenBee.
*Fixed a crash that would occur during MIDI import if the chart being imported had more than 1000 slider phrases.
*Improved the detection of open strum text events in Feedback import.
*Corrected the application of HOPO status to chords during Feedback import so that even if a toggle HOPO or slider marker is defined in between the chord's gems, those gems are recognized to be a chord.
*Corrected Feedback import to ensure notes that start at the end of a star power phrase do not have star power applied to them, regardless of whether the phrase ends on a beat marker.
*Corrected Feedback import to not apply disjointed status to a chord when it has a slider marker with a different length than the chord.
*Fixed a bug with MIDI import where section names for slider markers (which are not currently used) weren't made into empty strings and could save to project or track clone to clipboard with junk data.
*Updated the piano roll comparison function to also compare notes' accent statuses.
*Added a "File>Import>Queen Bee" function that imports an array.txt formatted file, as is how Queen Bee exports the raw notes for a track difficulty (ie. SONGNAME_song_Expert) or the beat positions (SONGNAME_fretbars section).
*Made the tempo map validation logic less susceptible to number rounding errors, which can be introduced by very specific tempo maps and even compiler optimizations.
*Updated the save logic to not write a WAV format copy of the chart audio (used for Rocksmith authoring) if there are no pro guitar notes or tech notes.
*Updated Guitar Hero and Queen Bee imports to detect GH3/GHA note format, which defines each note with 12 bytes instead of 8 bytes as with newer formats, allowing earlier GH charts to be imported properly. Since this GH format uses a distance threshold to determine HOPO status, EOF will ask you to choose whether to use 66/192 or 100/192 as the HOPO threshold, since it can supposedly vary from chart to chart even within the same game.
*Updated the leading silence failure message to suggest using the re-encode option if the stream copy option was being attempted when the process failed.
*Improved the GH import logic to offer to import the aux guitar notes into PART BASS if the rhythm track is populated but the bass track is empty.
*Improved QB format Guitar Hero import to handle star battle mode phrases. If a track has both normal and battle SP phrases, EOF will prompt which of the two types to import or both. Any track that has only one kind of SP phrase will have those phrases imported regardless of the prompt.
*Improved GH import to shorten SP phrases as needed to ensure they don't include notes that start at the end position of an SP phrase, as it is done in Guitar Hero.
*Added the ability to display a background.pcx image from EOF's "resources" folder in place of the normal solid gray coloring.
*Renamed the "Save FoF/Phase Shift files" export preference to "Save FoF/CH/Phase Shift files" to reflect that this saves appropriate files for Clone Hero as well.
*Updated 3D render logic so that its optimization logic (to stop drawing notes that would all be off-screen) doesn't prevent crazy notes' tails from rendering appropriately when the seek position is past a note but the prior note extends beyond it.
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Posted by raynebc on 02 May 2019 - 09:56 PM
*Implements an eof_lyric_gap_multiplier config file setting (can be manually edited while EOF isn't running) that will affect lyrics when they are placed or have their lengths altered with the [ or ] keys or the scroll wheel, by enforcing a gap around affected lyrics. This gap is equal to the current grid snap setting multiplied by the eof_lyric_gap_multiplier value, which is meant to be a number greater than 0 and less than 1, ie. 0.5.
*Fixed a RS import bug that could prevent tech notes from being parsed correctly.
*Adds a minor efficiency improvement to pro guitar MIDI export by omitting repeated root notes when the same chord is authored repeatedly, as suggested by Ruggy.
*Changed the Feedback import menu function name to include "(.chart)" to clarify the file type in question.
*Added a "File>Default INI settings" function where you can define song.ini entries to be automatically added to new charts.
*Changed the "Load OGG" dialog to initialize itself to the current project's folder, since EOF doesn't allow loading an OGG file from someplace else.
*Fixed a bug where drum rolls wouldn't import correctly for QB format Guitar Hero files (ie. Guitar Hero Smash Hits).
*Changed the length threshold for drum rolls in GH import to 140ms, since some official charts used drum lengths as long as 138ms even though they don't display as drum fills in-game. Drum notes that meet this length threshold are given crazy status so that they will also export to MIDI with sustain.
*Allowed disjointed and crazy statuses to be applied to drum notes, since some Guitar Hero charts author this (ie. drum swells overlapping bass drum notes). A "Disjointed" submenu was added to Note>Drums.
*Updated GH import to read accent notes and disjointed chords. When accent status is found during GH import, EOF will prompt whether it's from one of a list of specific games, which define accent notes in a different lane order. Some types of ghost notes (ie. from Warriors of Rock) are read and interpreted as snare notes and will be highlighted during import, but the definition of drum chords that include ghost notes on red/orange is unknown.
*Changed MIDI export to allow drum notes to export with sustain if they have crazy status (which disjointed notes are given automatically during GH import).
*Changed the accent status behavior so that a note can have different accent status for a given gem than that of the note at that position in another difficulty, as is done in some Guitar Hero charts.
*Removed the logic that tracks the chart's MIDI delay separately per OGG file, since this isn't handled well by the undo/redo logic and is probably more harmful than helpful to most people.
*Changed MIDI export and import to use a velocity of 127 to define accented drum notes, for future use in Phase Shift. When accented drum notes are present, "drum_accent_threshold = 127" is written to the project's song.ini file.
*Added a prompt to the Mac build suggesting the default song folder (for new projects) to be defined if it isn't already, since the default location is the program's parent folder, which in OS X is inside the application bundle and is more awkward to access.
*Fixed a bug with QB GH file import where the section events would be deleted after the prompt about whether they were in the desired language.
*Improved GH import so that if the "song_aux" instrument sections are reached and there were no notes imported from the "song_rhythmcoop" sections, EOF prompts whether to import the aux notes into PART RHYTHM instead of PART KEYS.
*Added a "Don't write INI file" export preference that will prevent EOF from writing a song.ini file during save even if MIDI files are written.
*Allowed open notes to have crazy status so they can overlap other notes, since this is used in at least one GHWT chart and is supported by Clone Hero.
Posted by raynebc on 22 March 2019 - 11:37 AM
1. Use keyboard accelerators: When a menu item has an underline, you can activate it by pressing that key on the keyboard, ie. use ALT+T to open the track menu, then press R to select the Rocksmith submenu, then press H to select the "Fret hand positions" submenu and then press S to select the Set function.
2. Use keyboard shortcuts: Some menu functions have a function key or key sequence listed to the right edge of the menu to indicate a way you can use the function without even having to open the menu. The shortcut for the set fret hand position function is SHIFT+F.
3. Increase the width of the program window. You can make EOF's window larger by using File>Display>Display and picking a pre-set window size or setting a custom size. You can also simply enable the Notes panel (File>Display>Notes panel>Enable or simply CTRL+P) to make the window 50% wider than any of the pre-set sizes.
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Posted by raynebc on 20 February 2019 - 09:34 PM
*Fixes bugs with audio handling introduced by the previous hotfix.
*Improved Feedback import to allow the selected audio file to be named bass.ogg, keys.ogg or crowd.ogg instead of creating a copy named guitar.ogg.
*Added an "Enable open strum by default" preference that will take effect for new projects.
*Improved the new chart wizard so that if Rocksmith export is enabled, and neither FoF nor Rock Band exports are enabled, pro guitar tracks have their difficulty limits removed by default to suit Rocksmith authoring.
*Fixed a bug where clicking the "Auto-Adjust sections/FHPs", "Auto-Adjust tech notes" or "EOF leaving focus stops playback" checkbox immediately after clicking the Default button in the Preferences dialog causes the dialog to be closed.
*Improved the "Validate tempo map" function to correct the first beat's position if it doesn't match the delay value defined in Song>Properties.
Posted by raynebc on 01 February 2019 - 01:18 AM
*Re-assigned the A accelerator key from Note>Transpose to Note>Clear, since the functions in the former menu already have keyboard shortcuts.
*Fixed a bug with the "Validate tempo map" function that wouldn't correctly take non #/4 time signatures into effect.
*Added "End proximity" selection functions to select/deselect notes that end within a specified distance (or one grid snap length) of the note they precede. This will help in case you want to manually apply a specific note gap, by selecting notes that don't have at least a gap of the current grid snap length and then using [ or the scroll wheel once to shorten the selected notes.
*Renamed the "Neighbor proximity" selection functions to "Start proximity" to better identify their purpose compared to the "End proximity" selection functions.
*Added the ability to replace some of EOF's built-in graphics, fonts and sounds by saving PCX and WAV files with appropriate file names into the "resources" subfolder. A readme file is provided in that folder defining the names of some usable file names and the gem, font or sound effect the file pertains to. Allegro's "grabber" command line utility can be used on eof.dat to export any of EOF's built-in images or audio for reference/alteration.
*Fixed a bug with MIDI import where the note length wasn't correctly read for GHL open notes.
*Updated Feedback import to support Moonscraper's notation for non #/4 time signatures.
*Improved Feedback import to allow the selected audio file to be named song.ogg, drums.ogg, rhythm.ogg or vocals.ogg instead of creating a copy named guitar.ogg.
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Posted by raynebc on 16 January 2019 - 01:41 AM
*Corrected the SP pathing logic's scoring of partial points for disjointed chord sustains.
*Added a "Beat>Validate tempo map" function that will check if any beats' timestamps aren't accurately reflected by the tempo changes in the project, and if so, offers to correct the tempo changes to resolve this. This check is now automatically run when the project is loaded and at the end of the "Anchor measures" functions.
*Improved the automatic resnapping that occurs if a note loses grid snap during MIDI import due to number rounding so that it can resnap to the beat marker after it if that's the closest grid snap position.
*Fixed a minor bug where the difficulty tab highlighting wouldn't immediately update if using the , or . keys to change away from a custom grid snap and notes in the track using that grid snap became highlighted for being out of grid snap (for the built-in grid snap intervals).
*Improved the accuracy of EOF's capability to test a note's grid snap status or recover grid snap positioning during paste by having EOF now checking all intervals from 1/2 through 1/96 beat instead of just the default, built-in grid snap sizes. This should allow better recognition of strange intervals like 1/20 as being grid snapped.
*Added a "Phase cancellation" feature (ie. to remove center-panned vocals) for chart playback that can be toggled by using ALT+P or via the checkbox in File>Settings. A %PHASE_CANCELLATION% macro was added to allow this to be tracked.
*Changed the key to add vocal percussion notes from backspace to the 0 key (the normal one, not the number pad key), since some Mac keyboards don't have a true backspace key.
*Changed the Mac build so that the backspace key is treated as the delete key when no dialogs are open. This allows delete key shortcuts to be used on Mac keyboards that don't have a true backspace key.
The copy and clone clipboard formats have changed. Make sure to to re-perform copy or clone to clipboard before pasting or cloning from clipboard again or it will malfunction.
Posted by raynebc on 10 January 2019 - 12:10 PM
In "Piano Roll" input mode, the gem that is placed only depends on which lane the mouse is in and you don't have to use number keys, just right click. If you set that input mode, are you able to add/remove notes? I wouldn't expect that unzipping EOF again to get a fresh copy would do anything more than just renaming/deleting/moving the eof.cfg file in EOF's program folder in order to revert to all default settings.
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Posted by raynebc on 21 December 2018 - 01:28 AM
*Fixed a bug with the %CH_SP_SEEK_SP_PATH_STATUS% macro so that it correctly reports the deployment's timing when the seek position is within the scope of a star power deployment.
*Greatly improved the performance of the %TRACK_SOLO_NOTE_COUNT%, %TRACK_SOLO_NOTE_STATS% and %TRACK_SP_NOTE_STATS% macros used in the Clone Hero panel.
*Added logic to remove duplicate star power sections that may have been added when importing multiple difficulty Feedback charts, as they define star power notes per difficulty.
*Added a %EOF_FPS% macro to display the number of frames per second rendered in the main loop of EOF (ie. doesn't update when dialogs are open, etc). This has been added to the Information panel.
*Added a warning when disabling GHL mode on a track with W3 single note gems that those gems are converted to 5 note chords.
*Added tracking for the resulting star power meter level after playing each note during star power path evaluation, and added a macro to display this in the Clone Hero panel.
*Added a "Song>Seek>Next CH SP deployable note" function that will seek to the next note (after the current seek position) at which there is enough star power to deploy in Clone Hero (the SP meter is at least 50% full).
*Added more stats about slider notes to the Clone Hero panel.
*Added the function to toggle the display of the secondary piano roll to Rex Mundi input mode's context menu.
*Added information to the Clone Hero panel about the length and effective notes per second rate reflected by the current grid snap setting at the current seek position.
*Added the NPS rate of currently selected notes to the Clone Hero panel.
*Added a red backgrounded warning to the Clone Hero panel if the active track difficulty has a solo without any notes.
*Added a yellow backgrounded warning to the Clone Hero panel if the active track has any solo that starts less than one second after a previous solo, which could cause the earlier solo's bonus score to be removed too quickly to be reasonably seen in Clone Hero.
*Improved the - and = keyboard controls (which alter the tempo of the anchor at/before the seek position) so that the dynamic highlighting (for "Seek>Highlight non grid snapped notes") updates immediately.
*Updated the Info panel to display the number of highlighted notes in the active track, ie. to display how many notes are highlighted by "Song>Highlight non grid snapped notes".
*Added the ability to use SHIFT+click to set the start and end points to reflect the portion of the chart from the previously-selected beat to the start position of the newly-selected beat.
*Changed the "Set start point" and "Set end point" functions to not mark the chart as modified.
*Organized several of the Beat menu's BPM manipulation functions into a BPM submenu.
*Added "Copy tempo map" and "Paste tempo map" functions to the Beat menu, allowing parts of a tempo map to be applied in another part of the chart, a separate chart or a separate EOF instance. To use this feature, use the "Set start point" and "Set end point" Edit menu functions (or select a beat marker and use SHIFT+click to select another beat marker) to select a part of the chart containing one or more beat markers and then use "Copy tempo map". Then select a beat marker to indicate the first beat that will be altered by the copied tempo map and use "Paste tempo map". The tempo and time signature of the applicable number of beats starting from the selected one will be updated accordingly.
You can now copy/paste a portion of the tempo map to another area, project or EOF instance. If you see the framerate listed in the Information panel drop significantly under certain circumstances (ie. using a particular Notes panel, changing to a track with a high number notes of a particular special status, etc), let me know so I can see if it can be improved. For now, it's known that the Note Counts panel can be slow on tracks that have tens of thousands of notes due to the type of processing needed.
Posted by raynebc on 27 November 2018 - 03:53 PM
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Posted by raynebc on 15 October 2018 - 12:44 PM
I'll see about setting the default cursor focus to the last-placed gem (if applicable) when pulling up the edit pro guitar note dialog.
Posted by raynebc on 14 October 2018 - 01:48 PM
Using the "Edit note frets/fingering" function (pressing F instead of N) may be more helpful in your case since the controls that can steal focus are further away from the fret number field. I could also see how hard it would be to automatically have this function give focus to the fret number field of whichever string was just toggled on.