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The modding panel on the new webpage is now available for public testing!

Please visit the two chosen test mapset to access it:
  1. http://new.ppy.sh/beatmapsets/351408/discussion (Download the set here: https://osu.ppy.sh/s/351408)
  2. http://new.ppy.sh/beatmapsets/123760/discussion (Download the set here: https://osu.ppy.sh/s/123760)


For best results, we would like everyone to actually give it a try and mod the above mapsets with the given panel!

The new modding panel is one of the first steps of introducing modding v2. The main idea of the panel is to make everyone post every issue individually and discuss it individually, for easier tracking and for avoiding duplicates.
It makes it easier to differ between praisings, suggestions and actual problems and keeps everything organized and singular issues can be discussed by their own, without swamping away other mentioned issues. Issues can be marked individually as resolved, too, so everyone is aware of what has been looked at.

To post a issue on a specific spot in the beatmap, your issue has to start with a timestamp. If you post without starting with a timestamp, it'll get posted as general issue.


Feel free to toy around and test this feature and leave us your feedback. However, keep the following rules in mind:

  1. This thread is not for asking for features (unless they are necessary for basic modding)
  2. Please provide valid modding for the map so we can get an idea of how it works


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peppy wrote:

To save people repeating the same thing, here's some things which have been mentioned many times and will be added:

- Editing posts will be available.
- There will be a general section per difficulty. Right now it's only available for the whole map set.
- Formatting may become a thing, but it will be limited. Individual posts are supposed to be small and to the point (single sentence or paragraph).
- The difficulty selection dropdown doesn't scale so well to sets with tens of difficulties. It will be fixed.
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soon tm actually happened
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yesss
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ooooooo nice
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ayy it's my std map :d
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You guys are too fast
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I want free mods too :(
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rip... my old ... O L D mappppp ....
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As someone who absolutely loathes the current modding process...

... this certainly makes things more enticing to work on. Really good work, guys!
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ay this is cool af
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zen's name though
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Stop praise it guys! First test it, then praise it!
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Is there any way to comment on general issues the set has. For example, if I dislike combo colours and can offer better ones. Or do I have to spam the thing for every difficulty?

Probably needs overall [General] section as it would help out. Apart from that, I believe it is somewhat usable.
The possibilit to upvote suggestions is also pretty weird. I'd get rid of that.
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How will this affect irc modding? Will this be the only way of modding in the future?
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Bakari wrote:

Is there any way to comment on general issues the set has. For example, if I dislike combo colours and can offer better ones. Or do I have to spam the thing for every difficulty?

Probably needs overall [General] section as it would help out. Apart from that, I believe it is somewhat usable.


Did you try using it? There's already a general (just don't enter a timestamp).
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will guest diffs be officially supported through this system or will things have to be done through the mapset owner?
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Is the [General] thing applies to all difficulties or only to the one that is currently selected? I am testing it at this moment and I don't think it does apply to all diffs.

Great job, my bad I didn't get it at first.
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peppy wrote:

Did you try using it? There's already a general (just don't enter a timestamp).


Is the general aim the comment for every difficulty?
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I'm assuming beatmap links would be more accessible later on considering clicking the title leads to butts :d

also, double tapping enter too fast kinda double posts, not sure if that's a big issue though

LordRaika also had problems changing the difficulty from the drop down menu, kinda asked him to post the issue
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Pressing on the mapper's name leads to http://new.ppy.sh/u/undefined rather than the mapper's profile.
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