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Seems like the FHP length has been set to 1 somehow which is very strange has the user have no control over this in EOF anyway...

 

If you can share the files and also make sure you use the latest version of the tools just in case.

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Seems like the FHP length has been set to 1 somehow which is very strange has the user have no control over this in EOF anyway...

 

If you can share the files and also make sure you use the latest version of the tools just in case.

Are you need a EOF file?

version of tools is latest

And decipher "FHP" word please

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FHP = Fret Hand Position, it's what define the length and starting point of the highlighted lane in RS, in your case it seems like the length is null which is an issue i've never seen before.

 

And it's easier for everyone if you share the whole folder for the song.

 

@@raynebc any idea on this?

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I just opened the project in EOF, saved, generated the psarc using the PART REAL_GUITAR_22_RS2.xml and everything worked as expected.

 

After looking at the file in your project, you probably used the RS1 xml file named PART REAL_GUTAR_22.xml that doesn't include the width propriety for the FHP which would explain the issue. You can disable RS1 export in EOF by going into File=>Preferences=>Import/Export and uncheck "Save separate ROCKSMITH 1 file".

 

Note that you didn't beat synced so you will have tons of issue with this. To make sure you do it right i suggest you to check the tutorial section and especially Albatross thread.

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