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Bass tone not assigning in XML


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There are some requirements for using tones, such as having to have more than one tone change set, and defining one of them as the default tone.  Is EOF giving any warnings about tones when you perform a full (not quick) save?  What do the tone related tags (tonebase, tonea, toneb, tones) look like in the affected XML file?

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@@Hornet871 i'm not sure what your issue is regarding EOF here as EOF only manage tone change and naming when multiple tone are used but you seems to only want to use a single tone for the bass.

 

I think it's mostly the toolkit behaviour that aren't used to which would make way more sense.

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It wasn't EoF directly, I just wasn't sure if I should've posted it to the EoF forum, or the toolkit one. Due to implementing custom tones into the couple of CDLC files I've worked on, I wasn't aware of how single-tone arrangements worked. So I just import the settings to a new tone in the toolkit, then assign it to the bass?

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