f i z i k wrote:
I am trying to say you behave like you are on of the best players. It's god damn annoying to see you giving advice on things you aren't even doing well as if you are doing them well. Does that make it clear?that makes more sense, your original wording made it sounds quite to the contrary, but as you're german that's fine. Thanks for clarifying.
Apologies, now it's my turn to be more clear and hopefully less verbose [We can only hope!]. I'm coming from the perspective of someone with bad accuracy in reaction to a thread mislabeled "Getting Higher Accuracy". It's been stated before me that offset does not improve accuracy, to which examples such as "Well if you can feel 5ms or less difference". Okay, so? This thread mislabels information. Offset does nothing for me personally, and will do nothing for anyone else with bad accuracy.
And what I mean by that is, noone can be absolutely sure a song is mistimed unless they can accurately play hard to read, slow, and fast maps all at once and already have a double digit unstable rate. Or at least this is what posts in this thread have implied and I agree with it. Why do such players need to know how offset works? They already KNOW. Those people aren't looking for how to improve at accuracy in G&R. People with bad accuracy, like me, ARE. And this thread does nothing but give a placebo effect, as i've stated in the post i made before my previous one.
One thing I'll openly admit I was trying too hard to nail home the disconnect between accuracy and offset, but the principle is sound and contained in the paragraphs above.
I've no clue what you're trying to say with saying im trying to get attention, im just annoyed by the misrepresentation of valid information, is all. ich werde dich fressen, f i z i k