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(Unofficial) RockSniffer GUI [Download] What's this all about then? Hey, folks. I'm sometimes interested in tracking stats for the games I play, especially for long-term improvement tracking. I used RockSniffer for a couple of days and appreciated seeing some stats, but in the basic version, it's not too useful to just keep peeping on some text files from the output folder. There seem to be some browser addons, but documentation is a bit scant, and I wanted a programming project anyway, so... ... I've made a front-end for RockSniffer called, unoriginally, (Unofficial) RockSniffer GUI. It has windows to show what's being played right now, with quality statistics so you can see how you're doing during the song, a play history window to show all songs you've played with the same hit/miss/streak/accuracy stats, and a graph window to show your progress graphically. See screenshots at the bottom of this post. -- (2/18/2021: Edited to add version 0.4.0 with song graphs, song sections, and play history song details) Click the "Song Graphs" button in the main window to show the new graph window of song accuracies. Double click a song in the play history to see history for only that song. (2/8/2021: Edited to add version 0.3.0a to fix a startup issue) To my horror, I re-tested the startup sequence where I started URSG first and the game second, and got a crash! I made an easy fix and updated to v0.3.0a. Links have been updated with the new version. (2/7/2021: Edited to add version 0.3.0 with the game overlay) Click the "Toggle Overlay" button in the main window to show the overlay window and drag with the left mouse button into place. Click the toggle button again to hide it. The overlay uses the same displays as the main window, but side-by-side so it fits on the screen a little better. See the screenshot below for an example of how it looks. Downloading URSG v0.4.0 Direct Download Everything's up on GitHub at https://github.com/hunterpankey/RockSnifferGui, where you can download the binaries and try it out, or feel free to clone up the repo and poke at it! So I'd love it if some folks took it out for a test drive and gave me some feedback. Feel free to create an issue or feature request at https://github.com/hunterpankey/RockSnifferGui/issues, or just reply to this post or something like that. Usage Just unzip the thing to a folder somewhere and run RockSnifferGui.exe from there. It'll scan your song library and create its internal database with all the song data. Launch the game and start playing a song, and you'll see the display look something like the below screenshot. As you play songs, they'll fill up the Play History Window. Click on the "Play History" button at the top of the main screen to open it. Double click a song to filter by that song. Click the "Overlay" button to show an overlay suitable for streaming. Click the "Song Graphs" button to show a line chart of your song plays, scaled for difficulty. OK, have fun!! Main Window Play History Window Song Detail Stats Game Overlay Window Song Sections Song Graphs
I was bored & curious (a dangerous combination, lol) so I figured I'd do a breakdown of how many bands have only builtin songs, only DLC, or both. This is current as of today (up to/including the 38 Special DLC) and includes all RS2012 & 2014 builtin songs (minus the unlockable ones, as those are all by Ubi employees) and all DLC (except for the Bachsmith & Holiday packs, same reason). Artist name variations are grouped, so "Tom Petty" & "Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers" are counted as the same artist- same for Jimi Hendrix/Experience, Santana feat. Rob Thomas, etc. RS2012 builtin only: 28 bands/artistsRS2014 builtin only: 22 bands/artistsRS2012 >1 song builtin: 5 bands/artists (3 builtin songs for The Rolling Stones, 2 each for the Black Keys, Muse, Nirvana, & Stone Temple Pilots)RS2014 >1 song builtin: 0 bands/artistsbuiltin on RS2012 AND 2014, no DLC: 3 bands (Nirvana, Red Fang, and The Rolling Stones)builtin (either/both), no DLC: 53 bands/artistsbuiltin AND DLC: 41 bands/artistsDLC only: 206 bands (!) Bands with the most songs (builtin and/or DLC): 12: Jimi Hendrix (Experience)11: Foo Fighters, Black Keys8: 5 bands - Megadeth, Muse, Queen, Radiohead, Stone Temple Pilots7: 7 bands - Kiss, Queens of the Stone Age, Rage Against the Machine, Rise Against, Rush, The Smashing Pumpkins, Tom Petty (& the Heartbreakers)6: 16 bands - Aerosmith, Alice in Chains, Billy Talent, Boston, The Doors, Iron Maiden, Linkin Park, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Oasis, R.E.M., Slayer, Soundgarden, Three Days Grace, Weezer, The White Stripes, The Who5: 24 bands/artists4: 22 bands/artists3: 37 bands/artists2: 18 bands/artists1: 168 bands/artists I'd expect it to be easier to license songs from bands that already have builtin songs (there are 41 such bands/artists). Which means the 53 with builtin songs & no DLC miiiiight be more likely to have upcoming DLC? Then again, since DLC-only bands far outnumber those, perhaps not. But for those curious, those bands are: Alice Cooper, The Animals, Arctic Monkeys, Best Coast, Blur, The Boxer Rebellion, Cream, The Cribs, Dan Auerbach, The Dead Weather, The Dear Hunter, EarlyRise, Eric Clapton, Fang Island, Franz Ferdinand, Gold Motel, The Horrors, Interpol, Jack White, Jarvis Cocker, JAWS, Jenny O, Joe Satriani, Kings Of Leon, The Kinks, La Sera, Lenny Kravitz, Little Barrie, Magic Wands, Minus the Bear, Monster Truck, Nirvana, Paramore, PAWS, Ramones, Rapscallions, RATT, Red Fang, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Rolling Stones, Screaming Females, Sigur Rós, Silversun Pickups, Splashh, Spoon, Taddy Porter, Tak Matsumoto, Titus Andronicus, Velvet Revolver, White Denim, White Zombie, The xx, The Yellow Moon Band