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apaffy wrote:Why not fix this (and the star rating in general), instead of once again taking away mapping freedom?
Makar wrote:Telling others to look at star rating or max score is not a valid point, because you can not see this in multiplayer lobby.
Besides, it's annoying to have to look at other sources to find this out. See what I said before.
Mappers are free to do whatever they want. Nothing is stopping you from doing this anyway besides a scoreboard on your map.
This is terribly annoying.
Kodora wrote:You always can open site to look at Creator's Words.
Makar wrote:Yes. A difficulty name is meant to identify the difficulty level, not the mapper name. Mapper1's Hard is okay, but Mapper1 is not. Telling others to look at star rating or max score is not a valid point, because you can not see this in multiplayer lobby. Do not expect others to assume the difficulty level even though it might be some "tradition" - new players will not know these "traditions"
We was have these tradition for years and already have huge amount of ranked maps with diff names like that (and it's not something really hurtful - also, new players will knew that "tradition" just by looking at already ranked maps -most of them are most played and well-known).
His name is in the "Creator" box. The guest difficulty mappers are in the description. The name of the mapper is in no way helpful and is only for epeen.
Kodora wrote:Because mapper is main person who contributed to mapset. Having his name as difficulty name help identify his style and just looks cool (0108 diffs for example).
Makar wrote:Don't use previous maps or situations to justify something being okay. I think you got this reverse: It is polite to at least include the -creator- in the description. Why prioritize mapper instead of difficulty level for a difficulty name?