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Tone names containing an underscore broken in the latest build


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The field validation changes made a while ago broke things for tone names that contain an underscore (e.g. songname_tonetype).

 

Editing such a tone in the toolkit saves the tone key without the underscore, causing the tone to not work at all.

 

Caused me to spend a good part of the day puzzling over the fact that my tones suddenly stopped working.  :)

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I feel your pain http://www.sherv.net/cm/emo/funny/1/bang.gif

 

It's been a long time i didn't update the toolkit, so i had the same problem with my tones.

But not with all the tones, some named with a underscore in it were stil working, i don't know why.

 

I understand now why some charters called their tones just clean, overdrive, acoustic, distortion...

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