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Fix double-HR application in OsuDifficultyCalculator #2587

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@smoogipoo smoogipoo commented May 19, 2018

HR now applies to AR through the mod, this would doubly-apply the scaling factor.

There still seems to be an issue with HR, it looks like perhaps the coordinates aren't getting inverted correctly. Will look into that a bit later. Still brings calculations closer in-line.

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@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ private double computeStrainValue()

private double computeAccuracyValue(double strainValue)
{
double hitWindowGreat = (Beatmap.HitObjects.First().HitWindows.Great / 2 - 0.5) / TimeRate;

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have you double-checked this against stable and made sure this is correct?

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On a double check, headless and master differ in this. Headless has the 0.5 offsets whereas master doesn't so we may want to keep them...

@smoogipoo smoogipoo force-pushed the smoogipoo:diffcalc-double-hr branch from 6373f6d to 1f37dca May 21, 2018
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@peppy peppy merged commit e62718f into ppy:master May 25, 2018
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