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Post #1 · Posted at 2008-03-14 11:07:09am 15.9 years ago

Offline Artix
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Hello guys.

Was attempting to make an edit of TRIP MACHINE Pheonix, and I wanted to change the display BPM of it. So what I did was I added the line #DISPLAYBPM:0..160; above #BPMS:, and I was expecting to see the bpm as 0 - 160. However it didn't have any effect.

Can anyone teach me how to use the #DISPLAYBPM function? Thanks in advance.

Artix
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Post #2 · Posted at 2008-03-14 06:34:11pm 15.9 years ago

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Here's a tip. If you want your BPM to go crazy, try this.

#DISPLAYBPM:*;
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Post #3 · Posted at 2008-03-14 06:57:32pm 15.9 years ago

Offline roy2009xedit
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Quote: Artix
So what I did was I added the line #DISPLAYBPM:0..160; above #BPMS:, and I was expecting to see the bpm as 0 - 160. However it didn't have any effect.
Artix
Sounds to me like you forgot to Reload Songs/Courses. You need to do that if you update the .sm file manually (outside of the game).
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Post #4 · Posted at 2008-03-16 02:35:25pm 15.9 years ago

Offline Artix
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Haha I know about the * trick to make it go like boss songs.

I did reload my songs everytime I change. Even when I tried to set it to only 160 (as in #DISPLAYBPM:160; ), it still doesn't work..

edit:
I just realised that I was editing the file in /Program Files/Stepmania/Songs when the file is actually saved under AppData/Local/.../Stepmania because I'm running Vista. I got so pissed off, I just copied my whole stepmania out from the program files to my documents. -.- So now it works.

By the way, just found out that for .sm files, the usage of the displaybpm is:

#DISPLAYBPM:{minimum bpm}:{maximum bpm};

instead of .dwi where it was #DISPLAYBPM:{minimum bpm}..{maximum bpm};
I have my own simfile directory now!
Please download my simfiles and give comments!
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