Wiiflow theme Carbonik Abz - need help editing it.

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Jan 6, 2013
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    wiimanofthenorth New Member

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    I'm wanting to swap the main three buttons at the bottom left of this theme.

    by default, it is,

    fav - settings - (GC)

    I'd like it to be,

    (GC) - fav

    You may have noticed that I would like to delete the settings button, since one can get to settings through the home button. And the better out of the way that is, the better. I know one can put a lock on the settings, but this would kind of help in protecting it even more since one would have to be really trying to get to the settings through home and lock set.

    Now I've managed to move the buttons around, so that even when I've selected (GC) all the ones that follow that are in that same place. (homebrew) etc. (For this though, I would really like it that instead of skipping through all the different things, it just brought up the same menu as what happens when (B) is pressed on the controller)

    But when I skip from fav on or fav off, I see the star for fav, flash at where it used to be. For the life of me, I can't find where that little animation is. From what I understand the effects should happen where ever the buttons are, but for some reason they're not.

    Can someone please tell me how to move the animation as well?

    Thanks!
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    I've managed to move the buttons around and get rid of the animation of the star. I don't know if it's the "correct" way of doing things, but I don't see it any more.

    I changed things around like this... If you want it like this as well, just replace everything in that is in the following code, in the \wiiflow\themes\Carbonik Abz.ini. The spoiler has a picture of what it looks like now, and the code.

    WARNING! Spoilers inside!


    Thanks goes out to the makers and tweakers of Wiiflow and themes!
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    The settings button is also used to enable or disable emunand via shortcut "B" button.
    Thanks for sharing though.
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    Just checking the ? info and it says pressing B over the (GC) etc does that. There is no mention that pressing B over the gears icon does anything. I went to the default theme, pressed B over the gears icon and nothing happened apart from the default pressing of B which brings up the sources?

    I'm the lastest version of wiiflow that you put up in your pack.

    Are you using a even newer version where the buttons have been changed?
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    You're right, my bad.
    Before making B=source there used to be shortcuts for most buttons, but now it doesn't do anything.
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    Oh right... I know what I've done might not be to everyone's taste.

    My reasons for getting rid of the settings icon is because I'd rather one would have to be really wanting to change something, before anything is changed.
    This is because really after the settings are done for what one wants, they really don't need to be touched again. So there is no need for it on the main screen.
    Also, I think it looks a lot cleaner having two icons on either side of the screen.

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