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Issue with controlling finger/Chord name display with Chords


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I am having an odd issue with a song which has a lot of chord strumming. The first chord fingerings, chord name and notes are shown and then every chord the same after that is ghosted. I don't know if "ghosted" is the right term, basically where the same chord is repeated and so Rocksmith only shows the first chord and then has transparent rectangles to indicate repeated strums.

 

The problem I have is that the ghost strums continue for the rest of the song! How does one control whether a ghost chord or the actual notes and fingerings are displayed? The song is already in sections but that doesn't seem to have any impact.

 

This is an old EOF file that I am updating, I am wondering if something broke somewhere or that is introduced behavior with either EOF or the Rocksmith toolkit. THANKS!

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If nothing but chord repeat repeat lines are displayed for the rest of the song, then they must all be the same chord, and all of them must be close enough to each other (ie. within 10 seconds) to not ever be drawn again as a chord box. You can force EOF to draw a chord as a chord box by by marking it as "Crazy", which you can do by selecting the note in question and pressing the T key (or otherwise using the "Note>Toggle crazy" function). If that doesn't work, I'd probably have to see the EOF project file.

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I am thinking the problem was because I updated to a newer version of the toolkit and EOF as the original song was quite old. In the end I just moved on and haven't seen the problem again with my customs. Then of course someone covered the same song so the problem I guess is closed ..

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