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Lower diff guidelines are normally used to help people learn how to map low diffs and should reflect how people actually talk about low diffs. These re-wordings aim to keep the original purposes intent with more focus on what would actually cause issues for players at this level.

normal diff rc wrote:

Avoid 1/2 hit objects after sliders which appear underneath the previous slider's path. Players at this level fully follow sliders’ paths, so placing a hit object directly after the slider is more intuitive. This also includes stacks underneath slider ends.
should be

proposed normal diff rc wrote:

Avoid 1/2 hit objects after sliders which appear completely hidden underneath the previous slider's path. Players at this level fully follow sliders’ paths, so placing a hit object directly after the slider is more intuitive. This also includes stacks underneath slider ends.
and

hard diff rc wrote:

Avoid mixing 1/2 and 1/4 rhythms in the same stack. Different rhythms of this density without spacing indication can cause reading issues.
should be

proposed hard diff rc wrote:

Avoid using the same spacing for 1/2 and 1/4 rhythms. Different rhythms of this density without spacing differentiation can cause reading issues.
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I agree with this one
However, the thing about stacks shouldn't be dropped completely imo

proposed hard diff rc wrote:

Avoid using the same spacing and stacks for 1/2 and 1/4 rhythms. Different rhythms of this density without spacing differentiation can cause reading issues.
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Serizawa Haruki wrote:

I agree with this one
However, the thing about stacks shouldn't be dropped completely imo

proposed hard diff rc wrote:

Avoid using the same spacing and stacks for 1/2 and 1/4 rhythms. Different rhythms of this density without spacing differentiation can cause reading issues.
sure, i thought with mine it still included it but yeah being more explicit is ideal wording of that is a bit brain

proposed hard diff rc wrote:

Avoid using 1/2 and 1/4 rhythms with the same spacing and in the same stacks. Different rhythms of this density without spacing differentiation can cause reading issues.
is better wording imo
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