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[resolved] [confirmed] Playing maps in multiple collections always expands last one

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Justykanna
Thanks for formatting the starting post XPJ38. Looks nice and tidy.

deadbeat wrote:

hadn't realized that there were so many issues
Me neither. =/
Though I only noticed numbers two, seven and eight myself, they're annoying. =(
XPJ38
Oh by the way, protip: do not try to reproduce bug #11, you'll lose all your collections. I had to recreate mine from scratch and that was annoying >.<

Justykanna wrote:

Though I only noticed numbers two, seven and eight myself, they're annoying. =(
You didn't notice number 6? Well shit XD
theowest
looks like it collections can be sorted now.


but it's incredibly annoying how it goes out of the collection every time you do so, if only it was just one collection showing at the time: p/2255685
Justykanna

XPJ38 wrote:

You didn't notice number 6? Well shit XD
Whoops. I meant six, not eight.
Aquamarine

XPJ38 wrote:

Just noticed that if you happen to delete FavouritesA and B, they come back after restarting the game.
Still waiting for a fix. :(

Also I didn't see this in the topic but sorting by Artist/Creator, maybe more does not sort correctly.
azenet
After updating from an 1-month-old build, my favorites A/B weren't converted into collections, and just vanished from the game.

Screenshots
go3001
It also needs a delete confirmation. I just accidentally deleted my FavB list with 750+ maps in it and I'm really really REALLY pissed.
Sup A Noob
If you ever experience favourites deletion ingame, copy the osu! config file named after your computer into somewhere else while the game is still on. Then turn off the game and put that file back. It's only possible because config files don't get updated until osu! closes properly, which is why crashes always result up in "outdated" favourites.

A helpful tip for those facing such problems.
BiG_ChilD

Mira-san wrote:

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p/2265075

If you edit a map that's in a collection and save changes, it disappears from all collections it's in and if you try to add it to a collection afterwards osu! crashes.
I made a collection for my WIP maps so it's easier to browse through them, but with this problem it's kinda defeating the purpose.

Not sure how this would be fix-able since you change the beatmap and it makes sense for it to get removed from a collection..

XPJ38 edit: here's a screenshot of what happens after clicking on 1. just after editing the map:



After that, osu! is running but totally locked. Only way to get out of here is to close osu! by closing the window.
Not only editting remove's a beatmap from the collection, updating a beatmap will remove it either...
go3001

Sup A Noob wrote:

If you ever experience favourites deletion ingame, copy the osu! config file named after your computer into somewhere else while the game is still on. Then turn off the game and put that file back. It's only possible because config files don't get updated until osu! closes properly, which is why crashes always result up in "outdated" favourites.

A helpful tip for those facing such problems.
You sir have saved me from a suicide. Thank you
tdks123

Sup A Noob wrote:

If you ever experience favourites deletion ingame, copy the osu! config file named after your computer into somewhere else while the game is still on. Then turn off the game and put that file back. It's only possible because config files don't get updated until osu! closes properly, which is why crashes always result up in "outdated" favourites.

A helpful tip for those facing such problems.
If you want to save all your other collections, you need to do this with collection.db file instead
deadbeat

go3001 wrote:

It also needs a delete confirmation. I just accidentally deleted my FavB list with 750+ maps in it and I'm really really REALLY pissed.
t/130670 i'll just leave this here
tdks123

XPJ38 wrote:

Just noticed that if you happen to delete FavouritesA and B, they come back after restarting the game.
If this still happens, and you want to get rid of favouritesA/B once and for all, you can edit osu!.YourWindowsUsername.cfg file with notepad and delete all song codes after FavouritesA = and FavouritesB = . The file's start should look like this:
FavouritesA =
FavouritesB =
TreeSortMode = Search
TreeSortMode2 = BPM
...

Don't forget to make a backup first though in case something goes wrong
Sup A Noob
Apparently favouriting maps in results screen does jack shit.

Someone please confirm this for me.
azenet

Sup A Noob wrote:

If you ever experience favourites deletion ingame, copy the osu! config file named after your computer into somewhere else while the game is still on. Then turn off the game and put that file back. It's only possible because config files don't get updated until osu! closes properly, which is why crashes always result up in "outdated" favourites.

A helpful tip for those facing such problems.
Thanks for the help, works fine.
Jako87
Collections are way too easy to remove! :? It needs prompt window! (good that FavoritiesA came back after restart) :)
deadbeat

Jako87 wrote:

Collections are way too easy to remove! :? It needs prompt window! (good that FavoritiesA came back after restart) :)

deadbeat wrote:

t/130670 i'll just leave this here
Piotrekol
when mass deleting(spamming X on each collection) something like this can happen:
y o k a t t a
I have been waiting for so long for something like Collections, but seems its pretty buggy and useless by now, I thing that right clicking, select 1, and choose collections to add the song to is pretty damn slow, I would love to have a ticky option to easily sort my songs while scrolling down all over the songs. :D

Edit: And the current collection menu should be more like for managing collections instead of choosing wich songs goes to each one, also it wold be helpful to have an option to choose wich collections you would like to show along the song selection menu. :P
XPJ38
Removed "missing label on 1. button" issue. I haven't checked if some of the other issues were gone though.
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