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I love you.
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I agree!

Edit: Wow Millhi you edited my post ;____;
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grumd, marry me
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Sounds really interesting, gonna try this later.
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Kurai wrote:

I love you.
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Awesome! I will use this sometimes for sure.
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So, how is this gonna work? What if all of my diff have different rythim, will it work? o.o

Edit : And yeah, a screenshot will be nice too o/
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Will try this as well.
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Gabe wrote:

Kurai wrote:

I love you.
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This is freakin' awesome
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Miya wrote:

So, how is this gonna work? What if all of my diff have different rythim, will it work? o.o

Edit : And yeah, a screenshot will be nice too o/
If your maps have different rhythms, it will obviously work. Example: If first diff has a slider with 2 whistles and second diff has two circles at same place, both circles will receive whistles.
And if you tried to download the program, you'd see that screenshot is unneeded. The program is really tiny, nothing to show on the screenshot.
Well, just for you:
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This really should be in the editor.
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Fixed stupid bug which was ruining hitsound placement with 1.0x slider multiplier.
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I think there's a locale issue going on. Your program expects commas to be decimals, but my locale uses periods as decimals - you're probably gonna have to lock your decimal format to commas, or else I can't use it >:
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Shiet. Let me try somethin'.
Edit: fixed, locked decimal format to dots.
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Kurai wrote:

I love you.
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peppy wrote:

This really should be in the editor.
Just tell me if you need any sources. It was done with Delphi though, so I'm doubt it can be that easily imported into the editor.
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Doing it "properly" in the editor requires a bit of restructure of a lot of osu!, which will eventually happen. It could be hacked in, but now that we have this it's not as important short-term.
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MillhioreF wrote:



I think there's a locale issue going on. Your program expects commas to be decimals, but my locale uses periods as decimals - you're probably gonna have to lock your decimal format to commas, or else I can't use it >:
you'll need to use culture invariance for this - see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2423 ... nt-culture
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Kuria wrote:

Kurai wrote:

I love you.
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