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No no no no no. I dread to see the abuse this would cause despite it's potential good uses.

Xgor wrote:

It starts at 70 BPM and anything over 6-7 looks wrong but ends at 200 BPM and anything under 9 looks wrong!.
Go full troll and set AR5 for the whole thing :D
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RandomJibberish wrote:

No no no no no. I dread to see the abuse this would cause despite it's potential good uses.
And this is why we have our friendly BATs and MATs!.

Other than that, I have no support. I'll see how it turns out before supporting.
posted
edit : not supporting, adapting to a new speed will confuse me.
posted
I know there are a lot of people against this, but I really do think this is a good idea. For songs that have both soft and intense parts a changing AR could work very well.

Of course there's potential for abuse, but seeing as we have an approval system I really don't think that's much of an issue.
posted
Much as I want this, it'd probably end up with some terrible mapper abusing it for 'creativity'.
posted
Increase AR to 10 at all kiai time sections, fuck yeah.
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0_o wrote:

I know there are a lot of people against this, but I really do think this is a good idea. For songs that have both soft and intense parts a changing AR could work very well.

Of course there's potential for abuse, but seeing as we have an approval system I really don't think that's much of an issue.
Exactly. If people tried to map "I Prefer the Sky (Remix)", they would know what I'm talking about. ;P
posted
Well, yes there will be many maps abusing this
but i want this :3
posted
I totally despise when this happens on rhythm games like DDR.
posted

MetalMario201 wrote:

I totally despise when this happens on rhythm games like DDR.
or you know, taiko.
posted
It worries me to think how much this can easily be abused (and will be) and have to deal with mappers refusing to change any of it because "it fits"

However I have seen several maps where this idea could be very helpful...
I guess half support~
posted
I am surprised that my idea has such a good support.
That is the first time when I do it,so Idk if it is bad or not - that I voted 4 times for this idea by myself :)
posted
*holds gun to head*

*cringes and pulls trigger*
posted

peppy wrote:

*holds gun to head*

*cringes and pulls trigger*
Don't laugh,I am kinda new in this topic :) My previous ideas vere denied by you,so I don't know how does this system work.
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peppy wrote:

*holds gun to head*

*cringes and pulls trigger*
NOOOOOO!!! *takes the gun away from ppy*

Anyways...i don't support. It would be too much confusing. Kiai is enough for me. :o
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Oh my god

no no no no fucking no

James2250 wrote:

It worries me to think how much this can easily be abused (and will be) and have to deal with mappers refusing to change any of it because "it fits"
tldr: push button receive even worse osu community division
posted
While I understand that there are some maps where it really fits - this would be incredibly disorienting orz
I mean, I already get enough combobreaks with unexpected 2x slider velocity changes, I don't even wanna imagine how my accuracy would plummet if this gets used D:
posted
This made me remember when osu didn't refresh Approach Rate when changing Overall Difficulty some time ago and i kinda "tested" some patterns with two different approach rates.

It would be a interesting feature, but it would also kill the biggest element used for reading patterns.

Some cases in which i could see this fit are songs described above, with a break before the AR change.
That would be a really nice touch and not disturbing at all while playing.

I'm neutral about this.
posted
Would a rule of not being able to switch ARs without a break in between be a decent compromise?
posted
Support, it's literally impossible to map progressive songs without this. Just make it an outright rule that this is for songs which vary in tone and not just for added difficulty.
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