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  1. Can I make a note that starts on an arbritary fret and ends on a determined fret? Some thing like /9, without choosing the fret to start the slide. Because I have a tab in Guitar Pro that have a slide like that, I tried importing in EOF and it put the note one fret lower and makes it slide to the note I want, which is not showed in game ¬¬ http://i.imgur.com/3ytvY1F.png?1 http://i.imgur.com/DlUm6hv.png?1
  2. I've searched for variations of terminology and have not found a post similar to what I'm about to ask - apologies if it has been covered already. I've noticed that some CDLC has an inconsistent note highway speed. It surges forward as the notes pass the strings. The issue is intensified, in some cases, when lots of fretting is going on. Other CDLC does not seem to have this issue and the original content also does not do this. Is this just a result of poor authoring, or is there something I can adjust on my system (Steam) to compensate for some sort of lag?
  3. Hey there! Sorry but I couldn't find the answer in any tutorial or video.. How can I change the length of a note in EOF? Is there a shortcut, similar to pressing F when I want to change the fret position? Thanks!
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