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  1. Thank you for your advice, and I tried to explain it with words but it seems people don't understand it,so it's a bit easier to explain with a video. We can understand you fairly well. You're just not giving us the necessary information in order for us to help you. What I meant is that a video isn't the most efficient and effective way for us to help. Filedropper was actually much faster this time, but the video alone didn't help me understand what the problem was. Was your problem regarding handshapes, or note sustains? And at specifically what time in your project? If you've made changes
  2. You may not be aware, but it takes about 15-20 minutes to download a video like this from filedropper. Sending a link to your most up to date project file and telling us that the "problem" occurs at "x minutes and x seconds" into the EoF project will always be far more helpful than posting a video on filedropper. If you absolutely have to send a video, it would be best if you used something like Google Drive, which allows us to stream the video rather than having to download it in full from a slow file host.
  3. The error messages tell you exactly what the problem is. For the first picture, just remove the arpeggio - it shouldn't be there anyway since those are chords, not an arpeggio. Everything in the second picture should be fine. EoF is just warning you that is you create DD with the DDC tool (in the Toolkit) that either the note sustain or applied techniques may not display properly because there is a section boundary there. It still looks like you're having trouble syncing the song properly, based on the way the notes are aligned with the beat map. It would definitely be worth it to learn how
  4. Opening the project and inserting your own audio would be easier, because there's a very good chance that the tempo will be different - as will the leading silence. 1) Open EoF and go to FIle>Load. Then load the notes.eof file that you've unpacked from the CDLC 2) Then use File>Load ogg to import an ogg version of your backing track. 3) if any syncing is required, which will most likely be the case, then follow any of the syncing tutorials in the Help>Tutorials sub-forum. Just not the one by SkepticSquid, as that method is less than ideal.
  5. @@albatross213 I can at least confirm that notes and slides up to the 24th work just fine in-game. I came across this in testing a forthcoming custom, and according to PC Plum, you can also find evidence of this in his Pink Floyd - Echoes (Pompei) custom. This means I'll need to go back and fix my Layla custom :D Perhaps it is time to update the warnings related to this? Was/is this a problem in RS1?
  6. @@raynebc Might it be worthwhile to have EoF warn users upon saving if there are linknext slides which carry over into another section? See above.
  7. Thanks! Now that I know this, I can just author the sections to work around it.
  8. I've recently been having trouble with linknext slides when using the DDC tool. Some slides will display as if there is no linknext status applied, and I can't figure out why. They display as normal when DDC is not used. Here are the .xml files, one with DD, and the other without - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/t08lre7iq6m1ev4/AACBt9J7phuxX5O6oc8JdzDBa?dl=0 The slides that are not working properly are on the G string, sliding from the 7th to the 9th fret - like this: "7/9---" The slides occur at the following timestamps: ~8.5 seconds, ~12.5 s, ~16,9 s, 21 secs. One or two of them (sorry, I for
  9. Since the 4-14-2016 hotfix, I've noticed that using the CTRL+Z undo function while the waveform graph is in view causes the waveform graph to disappear. Almost as if the "undo" is also being applied to the waveform itself. It's happened in a couple of individual projects, so it should be quite easy to replicate. If not, just let me know and I'll provide a project for you to test with.
  10. That's a false positive. It's not a virus. You'll probably want to exclude or "whitelist" the folder that contains the Toolkit in order for it to work properly. You may even need to download it again, if you're not able to recover the file that it deleted.
  11. Is anyone else having trouble with the link for DDC v3.0 in the OP? Not working for me at the moment. Edit: Nevermind, it was just REALLY lagging. Took about 2 minutes for Google Chrome to start behaving :)
  12. 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.
  13. Ah, ok. That makes sense. Maybe there would be a way for you to create some logic such as - "if the nominator is 6 (or 12), then change the denominator to 8." 6/8 and 12/8 are much more common than 6/4 and 12/4, so it'd at least be a step in the right direction. Thanks again for the work that you've done so far!
  14. Really cool tool to have. Thanks for all the work you've put into this! Not sure if you're aware, but the there seems to be a bit of bug with 12/8 time signatures. It mistakenly exports them as 12/4 instead.
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