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I want / need to display the minus sign "-" in my vocals.


In EOF, it looks like the way it is supposed to be:


Ih-ah! Ih-ah!


Now the following is from the generated XML:

  <vocal time="67.810" note="254" length="0.997" lyric="Ih-"/>
  <vocal time="68.810" note="254" length="1.247" lyric="ah!"/>
  <vocal time="70.060" note="254" length="0.747" lyric="Ih-"/>
  <vocal time="70.810" note="254" length="0.997" lyric="ah!+"/>

And in Rocksmith this becomes:


Ihah! Ihah!


Is there a way to "protect" a minus sign from beeing interpreted as a separator of syllables?



I tried including a "dash" instead...

First I tried , but this gives an error in the toolkit.

Then I tried , but this gives only an empty space in Rocksmith


Now there are many more codes for dashes, if noone has an idea I will probably end up testing them all...

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