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  1. Introduction: Was cleaning up some old documents and found these inlays, these were made waaaaay back where the inlay proces was still in the beginnings. Anyway it looks really easy now, the toolkit makes it into .psarc files and you can just put them in your CDLC folder. Then you can select them in game. All my inlays are always the band's logo on all the small frets and then a special/bigger logo or name at the 12th fret. You can check out examples at my youtube channel or at the preview album. Everything is free to use and edit, if you feel like supporting me and my work, you can donate a
  2. Well,I didn't realy had this message before, so of course I don't know what eof is tring to warn me about. the message: http://www.kepfeltoltes.hu/161101/Screenshot_2016-11-01_17.08.57_www.kepfeltoltes.hu_.png I'm also confused about the "index finger " part. Is this about the finger positions to wich finger is going to wich fret anyway?? I just can' figure it out the chord finger position: http://www.kepfeltoltes.hu/161101/Screenshot_2016-11-01_17.08.13_www.kepfeltoltes.hu_.png
  3. Hello! I'm having some troubles on my guitar, I started having some weird fret buzz only on the D string, and only on the 5th fret but the buzz is coming from the nut. If I fret the 5th and gently press the string behind the nut, the buzz almost goes off (sometimes it goes off for like 15 minutes when I release it). I did check for maybe a widening of the nut (plastic) and it seems like a little wider than the string but it doesn't buzz when played open. Any suggestions? Thanks! EDIT: D string started buzzing a little played open, the G string aswell.
  4. I'm so embarrassed for still have questions :D Luckly,i'm not faild at Software Developing subject It's hard as hell(Why do i have to learn Free Pascal anyway? ) But nervermind,here are my question: 1) How can i set up the Volume of the music in EOF? I don't know how,but in my not 100% finishd work has this problem,when i play the lead part it is normal,but when i play the Rhythm part or the Alt.Rhythm part the music is very low. 2) (I know i discused this before,) How can i made the length of a sutain in EOF? Because when i reach that part where should be a sustain the part of it
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5MGTp3dv5w&feature=youtu.be Here is a video of my problem. I assigned automatically the fret hand positions in EOF by automatically generating them and made one phrase at the beginning (other sections/phrases didn't seem to work?) and even tried the DDC but that didn't help at all it just made one section.
  6. Error- When I try to fret a string higher than fret 17 on the low E string, it turns into a muted string note. Help please?
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