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Commas in lyrics not transferring from EoF to RS


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I've noticed recently that commas in lyrics in EoF don't show up in RS.  Songs I've done in the past have the commas in them.  I'm not sure if this applies to just commas or all punctuation, only noticed commas so far.  Not a big deal.  Just something I noticed.


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Edit: Might be all punctuation:  ( )  ?  !   also not showing up.

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Some punctuation characters were suspected to cause the game to crash, including:  Parentheses, curly braces, commas, backslashes, forward slashes, colons and double quotes.  EOF automatically removes those items when creating the XML files.

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Not getting crushes for real commas for long time, so I use old eof or Dredd's beta vocals editor to get job's done and about Extended characters too so I'm sure I could live with that :P

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I believe we confirmed and killed the issues with extended characters in vocals.  Both toolkit and EOF are working smoothly together now.  I have not heard of anymore reports of corrupt CDLC with the latest revisions of the tools.


All you need to do is ask yourself:

Do official DLC vocals contain commas?  Answer: None that I have seen.

Do offical DLC vocals contain apostrophes?  Answer: YES

Do official DLC vocals contain special characters?  Answer: None that I have seen.


Just because you can do something, doesn't mean you should.  Just my two cents.

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