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Discussion in '3DS - ROM Hacking, Translations and Utilities' started by SciresM, Sep 4, 2015.
You can replace the Extra Data yourself by extracting the new files from the 3DS.
Not much of a hacker.
I can wait for an update, I was just mentioning some of the things that changed stage-wise since the last update.
There's a walkthrough in the wiki section of my repo (where you download PSSE's releases). You should be able to follow it if you were able to get a save manager on your 3ds.
Alternatively, I think most (if not all) 1.4.11 stuff we're already inside the 1.4.9 files I uploaded. Those files aren't included in my latest release but you can find them in the commits.
I'll upload 1.4.11 files in a couple hours, but I wasn't to do more than just updating files before I make a proper, simple release.
Has anyone made psse for home brew? Like how pksm is formatted? Where no computer is needed recently my sd slot in my computer took a shit so I'm sol. Let me know please want those gems tired of waiting to play lol
I just built the latest source with updated extdata and I noticed some weird behaviour:
- Clicking on max level owned pokemon does level up all pokemon except for the free vulpix given out as a gift
- Max skill all owned pokemon.. didn't do anything it seems :s
Also, a tiny fix for the wiki:
"Pokedex_US.bin" mentioned should be "MessagePokedex_US.bin"
Some additional info in case they are needed: The only 2 files reused from the source is megastone.bin and pokemonlevel.bin .. Those 2 are not in the extdata .. Could those be the problem?
You broke how the stage box's score update when you changed the UpdateForm() function with your last commits. When you go through different stages the correct score doesn't get shown and stays as the previous one until you use a cheat to modify the scores.
I extracted the extdata for today's 1.4.13 using JKSM; unpacked it using supercarotte's fork of SciresM's unpacker; renamed the numbered files according to their header, using a Hex editor, and placed them all in a /resources folder next to PSSE.exe -- unfortunately the program does not appear to be loading the new data. Viewing Incineroar and Pyukumuku shows their abilities as Opportunist.
I have also tried putting the files in /resources/bin but to no avail. The files I'm using are everything from Configuration Tables, everything from Message_US, and everything from Message_UK (since that is my save's region). I've also tried renaming between messagePokedex_US.bin and PokedexUS.bin but it makes no difference in either folder.
Can anyone inform me where I'm going wrong, please?
Separately, I also have a small feature request: to display the type & base AP of Pokémon as well as their abilities.
I know PSSE needs some fixing kinda bad since my last update. Right now is exam time so I can't really dwell into it until June 3rd but I'll do it as soon as I can.
Update files go in /resources next to PSSE.exe, not /resources/bin (Iknow that's where they are in the source code but it's just not related). Also, take messagePokedex_US.bin regardless of your region because the code revolving around it is really bad and relies on detecting hardcoded strings from the US file (I'd like to fix it so PSSE can be translated but I don't know how yet).
If you have all the names right, there's no reason for PSSE not to detect them. The reason their ability is displayed as Opportunist is probably because you didn't use the US file.
Thanks for the suggestion, that's something I'd like too so I'll see if I can figure a way to do it nicely. =D
Hey, don't fret. Exams are pretty freaking important so focus on those and do well. :-) (I'm a CVT, I totally get how stressful exam time can be...lemme know if I can help you study or whatever :-) )
I'm completely new to this sort of stuff, hacking my 3DS. One problem, though. My 3DS XL I've had since about 2011, and it is completely updated to the latest firmware. I believe that means I can't use any sort of hax, tubehax and browserhax included. Is there any way to hack it at this point, or am I just screwed? I'd also like to hack other games besides Shuffle for personal use.
I have a SD reading USB if that accounts for anything...
Thanks in advance if anyone can give me some insight.
First of all Tubehax and Browserhax haven't worked for over a year. Second of all, the O3DS can't use any homebrew, not because of the exploits, but the actual way to boot Homebrew on 11.4 hasn't been fixed yet, only N3DS.
So I'm basically out of luck then. Sorry to bother.
Any chance you have some time took at the code now?
Hope exams went well
i cant even figure out how to run the program?? any help i downloaded it zipped it and nothing is runnable? shouldnt something be able to be run? idk im lost as heck
The PSSE.exe file won't run? What all do you have in the folder?
That's embarrassing but I won't do that in near future. One of my siblings gifted me with pouring water on my laptop and my keyboard is broken since. I sent it to be repaired but it turns it's my motherboard that's damaged and, since I'm not willing to spend 1000+€ to repair a 2-year old gaming laptop, I'm waiting for my insurance company to do its job and refund it to me, or at least lend me a replacement unit. Until then I'm left with my phone only and I won't try to do any sort of coding on it ^^
My exams went well though, luckily that happened after I was through with them (otherwise I'd have murdered my whole family by now ). I should have my results in a couple weeks, hope I won't have any more surprise by then.
You downloaded the source code. Go to the releases page from my signature and download PSSE.exe from the latest release. Check the wiki then on how to update it so it can edit the newest mins too.
:-( :-( :-( this is sad, i hope the insurance company will replace your laptop immediately... im not rushing but i hope theres an update in future... anyway thanks for youe effort for this save editor... hope you continously support the save editor till the end of this games life...
Oh wow, that's really bad to hear! I hope your insurance claim works out!
Glad to hear it happened after your exams, and happy you feel you did well.
Here's hoping your results are just as well as you think, or better!