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  1. Before I go all PC master race here, I just want to get this out there. I'm really happy how far we made it as a community, the contribution on this website is just phenomenal. And honestly if it wasn't for the community I would probably have about 10 hours in Rocksmith max. Ever since the "smithy's incident" I feel like Customs Forge has been progressing exponentially. But here's where it hasn't progressed at all, the actual game itself. I'm not talking about gameplay just navigation in general. Obviously this thread is more targeted towards PC players. I always expected that there would be someone out there that would want to improve the game itself. For the PC users out there, I hope you can relate to me when I say that the navigation is clunky. It feels like this game is just a port from the console version and they gave us no choice for controls. Honestly I have almost 200 hours in this game already and I still mess up with the whole "9,O,0,P" thing, something that could've been easily highlighted with your mouse. Volume knobs feel so glitchy/buggy, like I drag it to 90% for example that move my mouse to go back a screen then it suddenly moves to like 30% or whichever direction I moved my mouse. To prevent this I have to click about 2 or 3 times to make sure the knob doesn't move after I let go. Search feature, if you're like me and have tons of CDLC's and DLC's it takes a while to get to the one you want. I'm pretty sure I have quite a few songs that I didn't play/test out because I forgot about them. I add batches of CDLC's and play them one by one, it would go so much faster if you could just search them by song,artist album or last added instead of just being able to rearrange their order. The whole game in general feels like it can be optimized so much on the PC but the Dev's are pretty focussed on producing new content, and I don't blame them they put out good stuff and it actually generates more revenue to keep them going. Some other mods I expected to see would've been using your guitar to move around I.E : making a slide from fret 3 to 9 would scroll or depending how fast or the distance of the slider. a Power chord to click ( Enter ) to go on to the next screen. And an Octave to go back? Stuff like that
  2. While I was messing around in TexMod I discovered that all the textures within rocksmith are changeable!!! So I thought I could make a tutorial on changing random stuff! c: Step #1: Download texmod Step #2: Click on target application and choose your rocksmith2014.exe http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah254/connorgioia/Steptwojpg_zps9db0f037.jpg Step #3: Click on Logging mode, Check off: Draw control and texture info, Show texture on upper left corner, Replace Texture (with a green texture). Change output format to BMP. Log with F1(You can change this to whatever you want). Change your output folder with a new empty folder on your desktop and hit run http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah254/connorgioia/stepthree_zps11144531.png Step #4: We will be editing the wood texture on the rocksmith menu screen c: after hitting run. you should see red text displaying in your corner http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah254/connorgioia/Rocksmith20142014-08-0723-50-49-524_zpsd3436a67.png Step #5: At the menu screen. Press * to filter textures to the area you're in. Then press + or - to search through the textures till you find the wood texture. Press F1 (or whatever button you chose) to save the texture. http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah254/connorgioia/Rocksmith20142014-08-0723-53-16-475_zpsa8d375a3.png Step #6: exit rocksmith. open up the wood texture in an image editing program. I will use gimp because it is free c: After editing. go to file, and overwrite%imagename%.%Filetype% http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah254/connorgioia/step6_zpscc452022.png Step: #7: after saving image. Go to TexMod, click Package Build. If definition file is not set. Click on the small folder. Navigate to where you saved your wood texture. And select 'TexMod.log'. Type in your name or alias in Creator Name. Put a description in Comment. Than click build c: & save it to your desktop :> http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah254/connorgioia/step7_zpse26311ca.png Step #8: In TexMod, click Package Mode. Click on the tiny foder. Navigate to where you saved the package. and select it c: And hit run ! On the rocksmith menu screen your wood should be what you changed it too http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah254/connorgioia/step8_zpsacff1498.png Step #9: Experiment with different textures ! c: http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah254/connorgioia/Rocksmith20142014-08-0800-24-54-849_zpsa2d98b77.png Hell you can have penis show up instead of miss http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah254/connorgioia/ROCKSMITH2014EXE_0xA1994EB4_zps95da3660.png
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