That would be unfair for 4:3 screen users as they would see less notes at the same time and it would be horribly unfair on higher SV
_yu68 wrote:Is scroll speed changing not intended?
I think same scroll speed as 4:3 should be applied even at 16:9 resolution.
Same scroll speed on different screen aspect ratios could only be achieved if the length of the taiko bar was limited on wider resolutions.
I think the double hit finisher/not registering as real finisher bug happens as follows: Taiko registers a hit on a finisher immediately as the first button is pressed. If the second button is pressed on the same frame it registers as proper finisher. If the second button is pressed later but still within the acceptable time frame, it will add another hit, add the score of the second hit and internally count the finisher as hit by two buttons. But as the finisher was already registered as not being hit with two, but one button it wont revert that.
To fix this you would have to change how hit registration works on finishers, only registering the single/double button press after the 30ms timeframe for successfully hitting both buttons has passed.
Currently hitting the finisher buttons on different frames also seems to award more points:
Auto SS score with perfect finishers
My SS score with finisher hits on different frames