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The letter rank next to a song name on the map selection screen is the letter rank of the highest-scoring play, not the highest letter rank obtained. Since letter ranks are not an increasing function of score, this can lead to strange behaviour. For example:



Here I have two As, but since the B has a higher score, the rank displayed over at the right shows B.

This might be intended behaviour, but I don't see how it's desirable. For instance, it's possible to decrease the displayed rank by beating your highest score while getting a lower rank.
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http://i.imgur.com/EUvzTMx.jpg Put this into your [img] tag
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thanks
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Anyway, was reading what you wrote - The rank showing on song select, is ONLINE RANK achieved on that song, AND THE HIGHEST score. So for example:
You have made S offline, but you had B rank before - B rank will remain on difficulty select.
You made A rank with 128 combo, but B rank with 500 combo, - B rank will remain, because A rank had less score.
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I understand that, but I think that behaviour is silly. (I can understand wanting to limit it to online scores, though.)
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Why is it silly? It displays what your current online score is. I wouldn't want it to show an S when my online score is an A etc.
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Online score: Obviously display the online rank. You will just confuse yourself when you see you get A online (in your Personal Best score) but S in the difficulty selection. (I also see that you agree with this.)

Local score: Try getting SS with some easy mod on. Now get S (or even A, if you have sufficiently high combo) without that easy mod. Which one do you prefer to be displayed? Although for same mod selections, I do agree that the better rank should be displayed.
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Actually, at one time it was showing your highest rank letter, but that was apparently silly and it went away.

Letter grades really don't mean that much, it's easy to have a soft-S, where the play is so filled with slider breaks that a B or even C could beat it. If an S isn't good enough to stand up against a B play, then it really isn't worth more than one anyway... it's better that that S does get buried until a real S comes along. The local scoreboard is always there if you want a more complete view anyways.
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