Uploaded version 2.2 which has a few new (minor) features. The Windows version now uses the new .NET Core 3.0 so you will need to have that installed. New Features: - "so" (Slide Out) custom event When placed on a chord that has an unpitched slide out, the program generates an empty handshape near the end of the slide. This will cause the fingers in the handshape to slide down or up with the slide. It is a minor effect that is sometimes used in oDLC (can be seen in the beginning of 25 or 6 to 4 for example).Though it is possible to manually create empty handshapes in EOF, DDC removes them. See the Help inside the program for more info. -"Anchor placeholder note" removingA new option that is enabled by default.Removes notes that have no other purpose in life than being a placeholder for anchors (FHP) for DDC.Like the rightmost note in this picture: http://i.imgur.com/pAQutC8.png This feature is mostly for the OCD people out there; I don't think it has much of an effect on the note detection. -Checking for the need to reset arrangement IDsA new option that is disabled by default.It is mostly for people who intend to update their CDLCs a lot and don't want people to lose their play stats. When enabled, the program will store the max difficulty levels and phrase names for each phrase in every arrangement.When processing a file, it compares the max difficulty levels of the phrases to the previous DD generation, and displays a warning if there are levels with the same phrase name but lower max difficulty. In this case it may be best to change the arrangement ID for that arrangement in order to prevent crashes in riff repeater for people who have played that arrangement at max difficulty before.