#1
In Guitar Pro, what does it mean when a note in a tab has a curvy arrow over it and it says "full". Also, I see it sometimes with a number as well, such as "1 1/2"

What do these mean?
#2
Bends

Full usually means a whole step of note or the next note after it in that particular song's scale. 1 and a half means a whole note + a half step note. Depending on which songs, some tabbers may interpret 1 1/2 as holding the whole step bend then bending it again a half more step with drastic speed.
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#4
Forgot to ask.

Does an arrow pointing up mean bend up and arrow pointing down means down...

Had to be sure heh.
#5
No, it doesnt matter where you bend, up or down, the note still goes up. If it says down, means that you un-bend, get it? And if the down comes to a note, then pick it.
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#6
By unbend do you mean let go of the string or, like, bring it back?
#7
bring it back, let go of the string would be "release bend".
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#8
Yes bend string. full=make pitch of the bent string identical to a normal strike of the same string freted 2 frets higher,often reffered to as "whole step".
Half-step/1/2=bend string to pitch of one fret higher,on same string.(17BU18)
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