Anyway, I have to support this feature, and it needs to be added, as, if it ever happens, some people may be looking for AR9 maps, and they don't know who's AR9, who's AR8 and who's AR10 unless they download. And also some people cannot tell the AR so they're forced to:
Go to the editor and see what's the AR
Ask anyone who can tell what's the AR
Adding this will save time and highlights, I gotta say. Too bad I have 2 votes only D: Here's one
Just a little bit more to add on... I'd suggest to stick with the same order of things. This feature (if it gets added), the CS/HP/AR/OD on the song selection screen in the Edit tab, and the HP/CS/AR/OD on the Difficulty tab of the beatmap editor should be in the same order, for the sake of consistency.x
But that's just my little bit of OCD.
I would totally support, if I had stars. I don't even spend any, so I'm not even sure why I have 0.
Current beatmap listing isn't very easy to read when one needs those vital information in limited timeframe. A rework to group and display AR/CS/OD in a format similar to osu!tp will be easier to read than counting stars imo:
I find the vast majority of mid to high difficulty insanes are AR9. you can even usually tell by success rate % [taking into account song length] but this is a lot harder than just putting it up there with circle size, accuracy, drain etc.
we should also put OD up there too if were putting AR
I'm going to bump this topic because we have approach rates shown in-game now. I don't see why they couldn't also be on the beatmap listing on the website now as well.
My main reason for wanting this on the website is for multiplayer when I'm downloading a map I haven't played before, and would like to know what the approach rate is when I download, without having to ask the host every time, or leave the match and open the map in singleplayer.
EDIT: Right now I'm staying in the match and opening the .osu files with a text editor after I download. Still a pain.