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#1 kirbythegod

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Posted May 12, 2019 - 12:46 AM

Hello everyone, I'm currently working on a custom for I Don't Know by The Marias, and I've been making good progress. I looked up the master list of released DLC on Wikipedia, and with a quick CTRL- F I found no matches, so I started working on the custom. My question is, is that the best way to do that? I don't want to get banned  :sigh:



#2 MrPrezident

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Posted May 12, 2019 - 04:07 AM

That's the reference I use as well.  Don't forget to search the forums here in case someone has that one listed in their WIP.  If that is the case I'd send them a friendly message about it.


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#3 yaniv297

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Posted May 12, 2019 - 10:40 AM

I usually search the DB here, it includes official DLC and all the customs done so far.

Then you can double check on Wikipedia in case something is missing.

Also be sure to search the WIP forum to see if somebody's planning to work on it. If so, send them a message to make sure there isn't any double work being done.


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#4 Farottone

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Posted May 12, 2019 - 10:50 AM

Hello everyone, I'm currently working on a custom for I Don't Know by The Marias, and I've been making good progress. I looked up the master list of released DLC on Wikipedia, and with a quick CTRL- F I found no matches, so I started working on the custom. My question is, is that the best way to do that? I don't want to get banned  :sigh:

 

No one ever got banned for asking once, it's a measure we use for recidivism and I don't remember if we ever actually banned anyone for just asking because after the first time they do that and we admonish them, they understand what to do. So, yeah, don't stress over it, evern more so if you took the time to ask publicly about it ;)



#5 CUTstudi0s

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Posted May 12, 2019 - 07:15 PM

There's also a website called rbdb.online where you can view all available DLC in a much more neat format than just a standard Wikipedia table. RBDB also includes extra info such as instrument parts, difficulty ratings, etc.

... But, there's nothing wrong with just going down the Wikipedia route, either. Alternatives are good for those who want them!

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#6 genaro227

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Posted May 13, 2019 - 02:19 PM

dlcquickplay.com does the same thing but loads a bit quicker :)






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