In any map, when putting DT on, the Length, BPM and stars changes. But, AR and OD don't. I think it would be nice to have this changes when putting DT on...

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A table of ARs can be found here: https://osu.ppy.sh/wiki/Ar#Approach_Rate and there is a table relating to ODs below it.

But it'll cause weird numbers

For example, AR 9+DT=10.333333333333333333333333333 (etc.)

This will not fit in there

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What i mean was to show the exactly od/ar in map selection## blahpy wrote:

The AR and OD already do change scaled proportionally with the change in length due to DT. For example, AR7 with DT makes the approach circles appear the same speed as AR9 due to the map being sped up.

A table of ARs can be found here: https://osu.ppy.sh/wiki/Ar#Approach_Rate and there is a table relating to ODs below it.

DT technically doesn't change the AR and the OD.## Lufu wrote:

What i mean was to show the exactly od/ar in map selection## blahpy wrote:

The AR and OD already do change scaled proportionally with the change in length due to DT. For example, AR7 with DT makes the approach circles appear the same speed as AR9 due to the map being sped up.

A table of ARs can be found here: https://osu.ppy.sh/wiki/Ar#Approach_Rate and there is a table relating to ODs below it.

The time window for 300s for OD7+DT is the same as the time window for 300s in OD9, but the other timing windows (for 100s and 50s) are smaller with OD7+DT than OD9. Also, OD7+DT spinners are easier than OD9 spinners.

AR7+DT and AR9 have the same time between the circle apparition and the time you have to hit the circles, but the animation as a whole is different.

Besides what Full Tablet said, the current display is based on discussions in this topic t/191030.

Oh, this is interesting indeed and I hadn't realised it. Thanks for pointing it out!## Full Tablet wrote:

The time window for 300s for OD7+DT is the same as the time window for 300s in OD9, but the other timing windows (for 100s and 50s) are smaller with OD7+DT than OD9.