Seems to be hard to implement, But yeah, epic proposal is epic +priority
^I don't know what you're talking about.It sure would be nice though... Instead of waiting on someone, that may not even want to work on the collab., to map their part and send it to you and then having to add their timing points and hit objects to the .osu... That's not even including if their part is either garbage or unrankable..
I highly doubt peppy would ever have the time to add this anyways (even if it is a good idea).
I'll make a deal: If someone creates a series of video tutorials on mapping in osu! – something I've hoped would have been done by now without even having to ask – I will put everything to one side and make something like this happen. This is not a new idea, and it is something I have been keen to implement, but there is a lot involved in making it work correctly.Sounds like a good deal. osu! really needs some video tutorials on mapping
Hell, I might even settle for new video tutorials on installing and loading new maps into osu! or anything really. I's so sad to see so few quality tutorial videos .
I would love to help create those videos, but unfortunately, I have no idea about those cool awesome extravagant amazing fancy mapping techniques.Same here, I'm still a noob when it comes to mapping so I wouldn't be of much use... It looks like we'll have to get help from a pro if we want to get those videos made.
hell yeah. I don't map. My first map got graveyarded, and I submitted a new one lately, which is bound to be graveyarded again xD
I think a large part of it would be a language thing, many many mappers are foreign and don't have good enough english to do a proper english tutorialIf we have any amount of foreign speakers who also speak english and are willing to contribute to a project like this, we could create a single tutorial video with a set-in-stone script and have versions in different languages. It'd need to be really solid, though.
Other than that it comes down to :effort: and lack of knowledge on how to put one together.
I have seen video tutorials around, and I thought there was one posted in the FAQ, but none of them are that great or extensive