Yea 4K maps mostly barred within I Icon due to the fact that SR only counts density of the notes. But at least they denote the difficulty as "Extra" "Expert" etc. even though they are I Icon, which is the most important thing on determining what difficulty it is (Even my Expert are I icon, Insane are H icon, Hard are also H icon so this thing should work for the diffname instead of the icon). As far as I can see, most 4K maps fell to this category with Insane and Expert both rated as I Icon. And I think this rules/guidelines works to the difficulty name instead of the difficulty icons so "Expert"/"Extra" should abide to the "Expert" rules/guideline, "Insane" following the one for "Insane", etc.
Kawawa wrote:And about the jump between the trills is, It may be very uncomfortable according to the bpm, so It is necessary to know whether the chart has reached reasonably about that. but the jump at the end is actually works as an extra-code for the last part for highlight.
so yeah, communities are using it frequently but nevertheless no complaints. because they are mostly analogous in the way to reaching freedom of the pattern choices and reasonable points. so as I said, so for apply the guidelines reasonably It would be great when the mapsets have the two insane diff(so for lower insane diff). 4K is actually limited to songs that can reach 'EX' icon. so most of their last level are mapped to Insane diff. so It's frequently see the 4k sets have 2-3 Insane spread.
So I think it doesn't need to be specific for which kind of Insane, and just let your workflow justify the pattern. But again, this is only a guideline which can be broken at any time.
This is kind of rant so do not comment on this, okay? Good.
Yea, people didn't complain about it much because they already used to it. Not that this is a bad practice, but at least do things differently and don't do the same, exact, pattern, again, and again, on, every, maps, ffs.
Also I think a musically appropriate dump should be fine since some simplification of a pattern like 1/8 to 1/6 doesn't really make sense either